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More than $7.2 million in grants has been made available for 32 projects aimed at rebuilding flood damaged arts, culture and recreation infrastructure assets in five Local Government Areas impacted by floods in February last year. The Arts and Culture Priority Needs Grants Program, jointly funded by the Commonwealth and NSW Governments under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements, offers funding between $5,000 and $500,000 as part of the broader Community Local Infrastructure Recovery Package (CLIRP).
This innovative panel discussion delves into ‘Accessible Tech’, showcasing how leading Sydney venues ensure digital access for online and in-person audiences and visitors.
The Government will invest more than $535 million over four years from 2023-24 and more than $117 million per annum ongoing and indexed from 2027-28 to protect nine National Collecting Institutions.
Creative practitioners, arts organisations and festivals are set to benefit from additional support over the next year. Today Creative New Zealand is pleased to announce more details of how the additional $22 million in funding for the arts will support the sector this year.
Museums Victoria will repatriate 6 highly significant cultural items back to their Indigenous community in Canada with the assistance of the Australian Government.
The Government is introducing a scheme which will lift incomes for artists, support them beyond the current spike in cost of living and ensure they are properly recognised for their contribution to New Zealand’s economy and culture.