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Current and potential Federation members will be notified by email this week about payment of membership fees for 2002. They will also be sent a short report on the secretariat's first 12 months. National arts councils that join by June 2002 will be eligible to be Founding members. Membership fees are the same as for 2001. More information is available on the website.
National arts development agency Creative New Zealand has launched a website to complement its recently developed Maori Made Mark for indigenous arts product, 'Toi Iho'.
IFACCA has received much positive feedback about its second D'Art report on making international comparisons of arts participation data. As a result, we have added references and links to cultural statistics programs in Japan and France and put a new edition on the website.
A Maori name has been officially bestowed on a recently constructed piece of cultural infrastructure in the New Zealand city of Christchurch: now to be know as 'Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu'.
The Australia Council's Theatre Board has initiated a new program of three-month residencies for local performance artists of non-English speaking background (NESB), to assist them in strengthening their links with their overseas cultural heritage.