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Many New Year’s resolutions are centred on living healthier and happier lives. To some that might mean exercising more, or eating better; to others it might mean finally learning the guitar, taking that pottery class, or to simply do things that make you happy and being kinder to yourself. An arts-related activity is often included in this mix. Why? It’s proven that participation in the arts helps us to be happy and healthy.
Creative New Zealand is aligning our investment programmes with our new Investment Strategy Te Ara Whakamua 2018–23, which will guide our funding decisions and deliver our strategic outcomes.
A small delegation of Māori and Pasifika youth ambassadors will be selected by Creative New Zealand to attend the 13th Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC) in Hawai’i in June 2020.
Creative New Zealand is advocating for arts and culture to be a core component of our national tourism agenda in its draft submission on the Government’s Aotearoa New Zealand Tourism Strategy.
Creative New Zealand’s Annual report 2017/18 detailing its investment and progress over the past year has been published. Governing body the Arts Council invested $42.466 million in the arts, supporting the sector through funding, capability building and advocacy programmes
Performing artists and arts organisations who want to succeed in Asia are invited to Aspire Asia, a one-day symposium to be held on Friday 8 March 2019 at Q Theatre in Auckland.