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We’ve just released the 2020 findings of our longitudinal study into New Zealanders’ attitudes towards and engagement with the arts. Stephen Wainwright reflects.
Creative New Zealand’s latest triennial research into New Zealanders’ attitudes towards and engagement with the arts show the arts are making a powerful contribution to our wellbeing and are helping us get through COVID-19.
Findings from independent research by Colmar Brunton into New Zealanders’ attitudes to, attendance at and participation in the arts in 2020.
This week a year ago Aotearoa moved to Covid alert level 1. A place where, as the Prime Minister delicately put it then, “life feels as normal as it can in the time of a global pandemic”.
Creative New Zealand is aiming to deliver a fit-for-purpose and affordable 12-month programme through to June 2022 to support the arts sector to continue to survive, recover and thrive in a COVID-19 world.
With Matariki fast approaching, it’s timely to reflect on where we’re at and the path we’ve all travelled. I know from my conversations with colleagues in the sector, a lot of us are carrying some of the psychic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic.