Statistics, evaluation and research
UNESCO has launched a new report on the implementation of UNESCO’s Recommendation on Museums and Collections, reflecting the responses of 56 countries to a global consultation on museums launched by UNESCO, in cooperation with the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and regional experts.
It’s been an industrious year for Toi Aotearoa Creative New Zealand as we took firm steps to bring our new strategic direction to life, and achieved a number of significant firsts.
Some recent news stories have captured the economic draw of the performing arts—going so far as to compare the sector favorably with sports. For instance, a November 19 headline in The Wall Street Journal proclaims: “Concerts Are New Arenas’ Main Attraction, Rather Than Sports.”
Annual Report 2018/19 for the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa (Creative New Zealand), year ending 30 June 2019. The report has information on our role and environment, the year in review, and organisational and financial performance.
Creative New Zealand’s annual report 2018/19 has been published. In the past year, a record $47.974 million went directly into the sector through funding, capability and advocacy programmes.
En 2019, desde el Fondo Nacional de las Artes hemos puesto el foco en afianzar los cambios que desde el comienzo de esta gestión se han ido realizando, además de proponer otros nuevos, para hacer más eficiente la labor del organismo en todas sus áreas, con el objetivo de que los beneficios del FNA lleguen a la mayor cantidad de artistas de nuestro país.