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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'.
A total of more than A$500,000 in funding from the Australia Council's New Media Arts Board, to be spread among some 40 recipients nationwide, was recently announced.
The Australia Council recently released details of 'Playing the World', an initiative of its Theatre Board and Audience and Market Development Division, designed to extend the ability of Australian performing arts practitioners to tour internationally and attend overseas ‘markets’ or trade fairs.
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.
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.
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