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International producers, festival directors and venue managers 'went wild' over performances from three New Zealand performing arts companies featured at the recent fifth International Australian Performing Arts Market in Adelaide, according to Australian festival director Robyn Archer.
Literary and visual arts snippets from Creative New Zealand.
Creative New Zealand is urging the inclusion of 'cultural well-being' as a concept within the nation's Local Government Act.
Creative New Zealand this week published a return salvo to its critics over the recently launched Maori Made Mark, a registered trade mark designed to distinguish genuine artworks created by the islands' indigenous population from cheap imported fakes.
National arts development agency Creative New Zealand has welcomed the New Zealand Government's recognition of the creative industries in its latest innovation strategy.
Creative New Zealand's 'Toi Iho' Maori Made Mark, a registered trade mark denoting quality and authenticity for the nation's indigenous creators, was launched last week at the Auckland Art Gallery, Toi o Tämaki.