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Contestable funding Guide Nga
      Guide and application form for people applying for support from
                                our Contestable Funding programme
                                               www.creativenz.govt.nz
The purpose of this Guide
This Guide is for artists, arts practitioners   •   whether Contestable Funding is             Finding this Guide online                       saaMskRitk ivaiBannta ka samaqa-na
and arts organisations who are interested           available for your particular activity     This Guide and the application form,            iËyaoiTva nyaUja,IlaOMD klaaAaoM ko sambanQa maoM ihssaodarI
in applying to Creative New Zealand for             (a tour or a residency, for example)       the project proposal template and the           AaOr ]pisqait ko ilae saaMskRitk ivaiBannata ko
financial support from our ‘Contestable             and for your particular artform (theatre   budget template are also available on           samaqa-na ko ilae p`itbaw hO. iËyaoiTva nyaUja,IlaOMD
Funding’ programme. The Guide explains              or music, for example) or cultural arts    our website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/            ka ivavaadaspd inaQaIkrNa Anaudana ³knTOsTobala
whether Contestable Funding is available            practice (Mäori arts, for example)         funding.                                        finDMga ga`anT´ ]na saBaI klaakaraoM tqaa klaa
to you and your proposed arts project           •   the information you need to include                                                        saMsqaaAaoM ko ilae Kulaa hO jaao [sa gaa[D ko
and how to go about applying.                       in your application to make sure           Supporting cultural diversity                   Part A pR Y z pr spYT ike gae maanadnDao M kao
                                                    it’s as strong as possible.                Creative New Zealand is committed to
It’s called ‘Contestable Funding’ because                                                                                                      pUra krto hOM. AiQak jaanakarI ko ilae kRpyaa
applying for it is a competitive process.       This Guide also contains:                      supporting cultural diversity across the        funding@creativenz.govt.nz pr sampk- kro M .
Artists, arts practitioners and arts            •  an application form                         arts in terms of participation and
organisations apply to us explaining their                                                     attendance. Applications for Creative           Aap Agar inaQaIkrNaÀfinDMga ko ilae Aavaodna
                                                •   a project proposal template
proposed project and we grant funding to                                                       New Zealand’s Contestable Funding grants        krnao vaalaa saaMskRitk samaUh hOM; tao kRpyaa
                                                •   a budget template                                                                          www.creativenz.govt.nz/ccs vao b asaa[T
those applications that most closely meet                                                      and investments are open to all artists
                                                •   a checklist of what to include                                                             pr BaI jaaeM.
our criteria, show strong artistic merit, and                                                  and arts organisations that meet the
                                                    in your application.
help us achieve our strategic outcomes                                                         criteria outlined in Part A of this document.
for the arts. We receive many more              It’s important to present your application     For more information please email               문화의 다양성을 지지
applications than we’re able to fund.           correctly, particularly the results your       funding@creativenz.govt.nz. If you are a        크리에이티브 뉴질랜드(Creative NZ)
This Guide tells you:
                                                project aims to achieve. We suggest that       cultural group applying for funding, please     는 예술 분야에 있어 다양한 문화의
• briefly who Creative New Zealand is
                                                you read this Guide, and then, if you          also see www.creativenz.govt.nz/ccs.
                                                                                                                                               참여를 적극 지지합니다. 안내서의
                                                                                                                                               Part A 페이지에 기술된 분야에
                                                have any questions, talk to a Creative
   and what ‘Contestable Funding’ is
                                                                                                                                               해당되는 모든 예술가와 기관들은
                                                New Zealand staff member about your            支持多元文化
•   whether you can apply (some people          project before you prepare and send in
    and some types of projects are excluded)
                                                                                               紐西蘭藝術局致力於支持各類                                   크리에이티브 뉴질랜드에 재원조성
                                                your application (contact details are on
•   about the different types of grants and
                                                                                               藝術的創作和參與,促進多元文                                  신청을 할 수 있습니다. 더 자세한
                                                page 130).
    investments that are available, so you                                                     化發展。凡符合本指南第 Part A                              정보는 담당자에게 문의하시기
    can decide which type to apply for          The closing dates for applications and         頁論述標準的所有藝術家和藝術團                                 바랍니다.funding@creativenz.govt.nz
                                                starting dates for projects are listed
•   about the different Creative New
                                                at the end of this Guide.
                                                                                               體都可提出申請,競爭紐西蘭藝術                                 문화 단체의 재원조성 신청은
    Zealand funding bodies, so you can                                                         局的基金。有關更多資訊,請聯                                  www.creativenz.govt.nz/ccs 를
    decide which one to apply to                                                               絡:funding@creativenz.govt.nz。                   방문하여 주시기 바랍니다.
•   the kinds of results your project would
                                                                                               如果您是以文化團體身份申請
    have to achieve to match Creative
    New Zealand’s outcomes                                                                     基金,也請瀏覽
                                                                                               www.creativenz.govt.nz/ccs網站。
Contents
           Introduction to Creative New Zealand and Contestable Funding ...........................1
           How to use this Guide ..........................................................................................3


Part A Checking that Contestable Funding is available for your project                                                          5     Part B Completing and compiling your application                                                                     95
Step 1   Eligibility for Contestable Funding                                                                                     7    Step 6   Templates for project proposals and budgets
         •	 Make	sure	that	you	and	your	project	are	eligible	                                                                                  for Arts Grants, Quick Response Grants and Toi Ake                                                           97
                                                                                                                                               •	 Fill	out	the	application	form	and	write	your		
Step 2   The types of grants and investments                                                                                   15                 project	proposal,	including	a	budget	
         •	 Work	out	which	type	of	grant	or	investment	to	apply	for	
                                                                                                                                      Step 7   Guidelines for artistic support material                                                                   107
Step 3   The Creative New Zealand funding bodies                                                                               23              •	 Gather	the	appropriate	artistic	support	material		
         •	 Decide	which	of	our	funding	bodies	to	apply	to	
                                                                                                                                                  to	include	with	your	application	

Step 4   The results Creative New Zealand are seeking                                                                          29     Step 8   Presenting and submitting your application                                                                 111
         •	 Check	that	your	project	will	contribute	to	our	outcomes	                                                                           •	 Complete	and	compile	your	application,	check	how		

                                                                                                                                                  many	copies	to	send	and	where	to	send	them	
Step 5   Activities, artforms and cultural arts practices that
         Contestable Funding can support                                                                                       33     Appendices                                                                                                          115
         •	 Check	that	Contestable	Funding	is	available	for	your		
                                                                                                                                                 Appendix 1: Assessment criteria ......................................................................116
            activity	and	for	your	artform	or	cultural	arts	practice	
                                                                                                                                                 Appendix 2: Conditions of funding ..................................................................118
           Activities: Eligibility criteria and guidelines...........................................................35
                                                                                                                                                 Appendix 3: Maps ...........................................................................................120
           Artforms and cultural arts practices: Priorities and guidelines ..............................40
                                                                                                                                                 Appendix 4: Glossary (explanation of words and phrases) ................................122
           Craft/Object ......................................................................................................41
           Dance ...............................................................................................................45    Creative New Zealand contact details                                                                                130
           Inter-arts ...........................................................................................................49   Application form                                                                                (tear out section)
           Literature ..........................................................................................................53
           Mäori arts .........................................................................................................57
           Media arts .........................................................................................................67
           Music ................................................................................................................71
           Pacific arts .........................................................................................................77
           Pan-artform festivals .........................................................................................83
           Theatre .............................................................................................................87
           Visual arts .........................................................................................................91


                                                                                                                                                                                       Introduction to Creative New Zealand and Contestable Funding i
Why Contestable Funding is
important to Creative New Zealand
If you are looking at this Funding Guide,        of work by individual artists, practitioners,   are highly competitive. If you do receive
the chances are that you are considering         groups and arts organisations. Much of this     Contestable Funding support from Creative
putting in an application for Contestable        support occurs via our Strategic Outcome 2:     New Zealand, it is granted on the basis
Funding. If this is the case you will probably   High-quality New Zealand art is developed.      that you will let us know what has happened
want to know why Creative New Zealand            We have reviewed Contestable Funding            with the public money you received.
runs this programme.                             and Recurrently Funded Organisations’           You will see in this Contestable Funding
Creative New Zealand’s vision is strong          Funding so that Creative New Zealand
                                                                                                 Guide that Creative New Zealand
and dynamic New Zealand arts, valued             can be more responsive to the different
                                                                                                 puts emphasis on supporting quality.
in Aotearoa and internationally.                 opportunities coming from the arts
                                                                                                 Our assessment processes, including
                                                 community. This is why we have different
In a nutshell, Contestable Funding                                                               external peer assessment, mean that
                                                 programmes for different purposes.
enables Creative New Zealand to respond                                                          Creative New Zealand money goes
to fresh artistic thinking and to compelling     For example, Quick Response caters for          to support those compelling projects
project proposals presented to us by the         smaller grant requests which we can turn        that deliver great results.
arts community.                                  around in six weeks. We require more
                                                 detailed information from applicants to the     Ko tou rourou, kotaku rourou,
We have also identified priorities for           Arts Development Investment programme,          ka ora ai te iwi.
Contestable Funding that we believe              which is designed to assist established
are critical for the development of arts         artists and arts organisations to deliver a
practice in New Zealand.                         programme of activity for up to two years.
With Contestable Funding, we expect to           In recent years Creative New Zealand’s
support applications across all our strategic    investment in Contestable Funding has
outcomes. A key role Creative New Zealand        grown, and such is the dynamism of the          Stephen Wainwright
plays in the arts is around the development      arts that all our contestable programmes        Chief Executive




ii
Introduction to Creative New Zealand
and Contestable Funding
What is Creative New Zealand                          What is ‘Contestable Funding’?                  How we decide whether                                  •   Your application will need to include
and what does it do?                                  Creative New Zealand distributed around         to fund your application                                   a realistic and accurate budget for your
                                                      $11.5 million last year in Contestable                                                                     project (Step 6 on page 97). (If you apply
Creative New Zealand is the national                                                                  Whether we fund your application will
                                                      Funding to support projects that develop                                                                   for $50,000 or more, we may ask you to
arts development agency – we develop,                                                                 depend on the artistic merit of your proposed
                                                      New Zealand arts. As the name suggests,                                                                    provide evidence that your organisation
invest in and advocate for the arts.                                                                  project (see Appendix 1 on page 116),
                                                      ’Contestable Funding’ is a competitive                                                                     is well-run and financially sound.)
                                                                                                      and also on the following specific factors:
Our role includes providing financial
                                                      process. We receive many more applications                                                             •   Inclusion of artistic support material
support to artists, practitioners and                                                                 •   You’ll have to meet the eligibility criteria
                                                      than we’re able to fund.                                                                                   to strengthen your application
arts organisations to assist them to                                                                      for applying (Step 1 on page 7).
                                                                                                                                                                 (Step 7 on page 107).
research, create, promote, publicly                   We provide support through a variety of         •   You’ll have to meet the specific criteria
present and distribute the arts in their              grants and investments (Quick Response              for the type of grant or investment
various forms. We also provide financial              Grants, Arts Grants, Arts Development               you’re applying for (Step 2 on page 15).
support to communities to assist them                 Investments (Toi Uru Kahikatea) and Arts        •   You’ll have to meet the specific criteria
to participate in and develop the arts.               Leadership Investments (Toi Tötara Haemata)         for the particular funding body you’re
                                                      and different funding bodies (the Arts              applying to (Step 3 on page 23).
We provide this support in different
                                                      Board, Te Waka Toi, and the Pacific Arts
ways. This Guide is about one of our                                                                  •   The results your project needs to achieve
                                                      Committee). Each of those bodies can
programmes – Contestable	Funding.                                                                         and how your project would contribute
                                                      provide funding through any of those
                                                                                                          to our outcomes (Step 4 on page 29).
                                                      grants and investments.
                                                                                                      •   Your project will have to meet specific
                                                      There are several different times of the year       criteria for the particular activity (a tour or
                                                      when you can apply for Contestable Funding          residency, for example) and the particular
                                                      – each of these is called a ’funding round’.        artform (Music or Theatre, for example)
                                                                                                          or cultural arts practice (Mäori arts,
                                                                                                          for example) that the project involves
                                                                                                          (Step 5 on page 33).




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                                                                  Introduction to Creative New Zealand and Contestable Funding 1
Introduction to Creative New Zealand
and Contestable Funding
Other Creative New Zealand                                or as having international potential                Creative New Zealand Funding Programmes 2009–10
funding programmes                                        may be eligible for our International
                                                                                                             The piechart shows how much of Creative New Zealand’s total funding
                                                          Funding programme. If you have already
As well as Contestable Funding, Creative                                                                                      goes to each funding programme.
                                                          received Contestable Funding you can’t
New Zealand offers and administers a variety
                                                          apply to the International Funding
of residencies, awards and fellowships, each
                                                          programme for the same project.                                                                         Contestable Funding
with their own closing dates for applications                                                                     Advocacy                                        programme
                                                          For more information, see our website,               $554,567 2%
and their own specific criteria. We also                                                                                                                          $11,496,852 33%
                                                          www.creativenz.govt.nz/international.
provide funding, capability-building and
                                                                                                     Capability-Building
advocacy for the arts in the following ways:          •   Capability-Building – We help                  $908,096 3%
                                                          develop the capabilities of artists and
•   Recurrent Funding programme –                                                                           International
                                                          arts organisations in several areas,                                                                        Recurrent Funding
    This supports the development of a                                                               Funding programme
                                                          such as leadership, governance, internal                                                                    programme
    sustainable infrastructure in the arts                                                                  $781,377 2%
                                                                                                                                                                      $18,034,279 52%
                                                          organisational systems, audience
    sector by funding key organisations
                                                          development, and marketing.                Creative Communities
    over one to three years. This programme                                                                       Scheme
    will finish at the end of 2011.                   •   Advocacy – Through activities such as             $2,924,322 8%
                                                          research and developing partnerships
•   Creative Communities Scheme –
                                                          to increase support for the arts, this
    This small-grants scheme supports
                                                          programme raises awareness of the
    community arts projects and activities.
                                                          role and contribution of the arts
    We devolve the funding to local authorities,
                                                          and of key issues affecting the arts
    who administer the scheme themselves
                                                          sector, and also seeks to change the
    or through suitable third parties.
                                                          environment for the benefit of the arts.
•   International Funding programme –
    Through this programme we market and              For information about residencies,
    present New Zealand work internationally          awards and fellowships, or about Creative
    at key events and markets. Artists                New Zealand’s other programmes, see our
    and companies identified by Creative              website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/funding.
    New Zealand as being ‘international-ready’




2 Introduction to Creative New Zealand and Contestable Funding
How to use this Guide
This Guide takes you through each                                                                    Part A Checking that Contestable Funding is available for your project

of the eight steps you’ll need to work                                                               Step 1   Eligibility for Contestable Funding (page	7)
                                                                                                              Some people and types of projects are not eligible to apply, or are subject to special restrictions.

through when you’re preparing an
                                                                                                              You’ll need to check that none of those exclusions or restrictions applies to you or your project.

                                                                                                     Step 2   The types of grants and investments (page	15)
application for Contestable Funding.                                                                          This is where you work out which type of grant or investment to apply for. There are different
                                                                                                              types and they each have specific criteria you’ll need to meet.

The Guide is divided into two parts –                    these next steps will help you include      Step 3   The Creative New Zealand funding bodies (page	23)
•   Part A. Checking that Contestable                    the right information in your application            You will need to decide which of our funding bodies to apply to. We have different funding
                                                         and in the right format. You’ll need to              bodies and they each have specific criteria you’ll need to meet.
    Funding is available for your project.
    This Part takes you through Steps	1	to	5.            include an application form and a project
                                                                                                     Step 4   The results Creative New Zealand are seeking (page	29)
    These involve checking that you and                  proposal (with a budget), and may
                                                                                                              To make sure the funding we give out contributes to our outcomes, we’ve identified a
    your proposed project are eligible for               also include artistic support material.              number of ‘results’ that projects need to achieve. You’ll need to check that your project
    Contestable Funding, deciding what                                                                        will achieve one or more of these results.
                                                      The table on this page lists and explains
    type of grant or investment to apply for,
                                                      each of these eight steps, and tells you       Step 5   Activities, artforms and cultural arts practices that Contestable Funding
    deciding which Creative New Zealand                                                                       can support (page	33)
                                                      where each step is dealt with in this Guide.
    funding body to apply to, checking your                                                                   You’ll need to make sure that funding is available for your particular activity (a tour or residency,
    project achieves the required results,            Our staff are available to help you if                  for example) and for your particular artform (Music or Theatre, for example) or cultural arts
    and checking funding is available for             you have any further questions about                    practice (Mäori arts, for example). There may also be specific criteria your activity and your
                                                                                                              artform or cultural arts practice need to meet.
    your project.                                     whether you and your project are eligible
•   Part B. Completing and compiling                  for Contestable Funding, about how to
    your application. This Part takes you             apply, or about other support that may         Part B Completing and compiling your application
    through Steps	6	to	8. Once you’ve                 be available to develop New Zealand
    worked out that you and your project              artists and arts organisations. Contact        Step 6   Templates for project proposals and budgets for Arts Grants,
                                                                                                              Quick Response Grants and Toi Ake (page	97)
    are eligible and you’ve decided to apply,         details are on page 130.
                                                                                                              Fill out the application form and write your project proposal, including a budget.

                                                                                                     Step 7   Guidelines for artistic support material (page	107)
                                                                                                              Gather the appropriate artistic support material to include with your application.

                                                                                                     Step 8   Presenting and submitting your application (page	111)
                                                                                                              Complete and compile your application, check how many copies to send and where to send them.



Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                                                                                                          How to use this Guide 3
4
                                                                    Part A
                                                       Checking that Contestable Funding
                                                              is available for your project
Our funding bodies may change i n 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                             Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding 5
6
                                                                       Step 1
                                                       Eligibility for Contestable Funding
                                                         Make sure that you and your project are eligible

Our funding bodies may change i n 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                    Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding 7
Outline of Step 1
People who can’t apply
Categories of people who, for various
                                                          Timing
                                                          When your application needs to arrive
                                                                                                        Once you’ve checked that you and your
reasons, can’t apply for Contestable
Funding, or who have to meet special
                                                          at our office and when the project            project aren’t excluded, by completing the
                                                          needs to occur.
criteria to be able to apply.                                                                           eligibility checklist on page 12, you’ll need
Projects excluded because
                                                          To check that you and your proposed
                                                          project aren’t excluded by any of these
                                                                                                        to work through Steps 2 to 5 in this Guide,
of their background or purpose                            restrictions, you need to consider the        to make sure you meet all the criteria for
                                                                                                        Contestable Funding for your particular
Types of projects that aren’t eligible for                people involved in your project and also
Contestable Funding, or that have to                      the funding background, purpose and
meet special criteria to be able to apply.                timing of your project, as explained below.
                                                                                                        project and application.




8 Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding
People who can’t apply
You can’t apply for Contestable Funding if:            •   you, or a key member of your project        Employees of tertiary institutions                      Overseas arts organisations and
•   you, or a key member of your project                   team, are an employee of (or under          If you’re employed by a tertiary institution            New Zealand artists based overseas
    team, are an employee of Creative                      contract to) an organisation funded         (whether part-time or full-time), your                  If you’re an overseas arts organisation
    New Zealand, or a member of its Arts                   through our Recurrent Funding or Arts       application should include a written statement          or a New Zealand artist based overseas,
    Council, or a member of the Arts Board,                Leadership Investment programmes,           by your Head of Department (or equivalent               you can apply for Contestable Funding
    Te Waka Toi or the Pacific Arts Committee.             and the activity you’re seeking funding     position) confirming that the activity for              only if your proposed project will have
    Employees or members of our Council                    for is either one of your work activities   which you’re applying for funding isn’t                 direct benefits for New Zealand artists
    and Boards are also not able to provide                as specified in your employment             part of your employment agreement.                      and arts organisations. You’ll need to
    letters of support for your application.               agreement or an activity that we                                                                    get the endorsement of the New Zealand
    Creative New Zealand has a conflict of                 fund that organisation to undertake                                                                 artists or established New Zealand arts
                                                                                                       Organisations funded by an agency
    interest policy for members of our Council,        •   you or your organisation have applied                                                               organisation named in your project proposal.
                                                                                                       of central or local government or
    Boards and Committee. For a full list                  four times for an Arts Grant or Quick       tertiary institutions                                   We recommend that you contact a Creative
    of these members see our website,                      Response Grant within a calendar                                                                    New Zealand staff member to discuss your
                                                                                                       If you’re an organisation funded by a central
    www.creativenz.govt.nz/council                         year (from 1 January to 31 December)                                                                application (contact details are on page 130).
                                                                                                       government agency, or a local authority (a
•   you’re an organisation that receives               •   you or your organisation have already       gallery for example), or funded by a tertiary
    funding from the Ministry for Culture                  applied for two grants in any one           institution, you can only apply for Contestable
    and Heritage                                           Arts Grants or Quick Response               Funding for a project that goes beyond the
•   you’re an organisation that receives                   Grants funding round                        core business that your organisation is already
    funding from Creative New Zealand                  •   you, or a key member of your project        funded by the central government agency,
    through our Recurrent Funding                          team, have a project report overdue for     local authority or tertiary institution to deliver.
    programme or our Arts Leadership                       a previous Creative New Zealand grant
    Investment programme                                   (that is, you still haven’t completed the
                                                           report 16 weeks after the project end
                                                           date), or
                                                       •   you, or a key member of your project
                                                           team, have sent in a late report to
                                                           Creative New Zealand (after receiving
                                                           a second reminder letter) within the
                                                           six months before the closing date
                                                           for this funding round.




Our funding bodies may change i n 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                                                                             Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding 9
Projects which are excluded
Projects excluded because                                  Projects excluded                                     dance or music by an international                 Contests and competitions
of their funding background                                because of their purpose                              company to an international audience               Creative New Zealand does not fund
You can’t apply to Creative New Zealand                    You can’t apply for Contestable Funding           •   part of the core business of an                    competition prizes.
for Contestable Funding for a project if:                  for the following purposes:                           educational institution – that is, a pre-
                                                                                                                                                                    You can only apply for Contestable Funding
•   we’ve already funded your project,                     •   buying capital items, such as computers,          school institution, a primary or secondary
                                                                                                                                                                    for a contest or competition (to a maximum
    either directly or through the Creative                    vehicles, recording equipment, musical            school, or a tertiary institution (such as
                                                                                                                                                                    of $30,000) if the project has:
    Communities Scheme, or                                     instruments or uniforms                           a university, polytechnic or institute of
                                                                                                                 technology) – including projects to be             •   a separate professional-development
•   your project has received funding from                 •   buying or maintaining buildings                                                                          component, or
                                                                                                                 assessed as part of tertiary coursework
    another government organisation such                   •   the costs of an ongoing activity (including
                                                                                                             •   arts-education resources, activities or projects
                                                                                                                                                                    •   a significant focus on reaching new
    as the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board,                   establishment costs, general running
                                                                                                                 that are mainly focused on delivering                  audiences, or
    the Ministry for Culture and Heritage,                     costs and salaries), if you’re applying for
                                                                                                                 national education curriculum outcomes             •   a significant focus on developing
    or NZ On Air, or                                           a Quick Response Grant or an Arts Grant.
                                                                                                                 or qualification requirements (including               young artists.
•   your project has received funding from                     However, you can apply for these types
                                                                                                                 köhanga reo and kura kaupapa Mäori).
    Creative New Zealand’s International                       of costs under the Arts Development
    Programmes, or                                             Investment and Arts Leadership                •   marae restoration of adornments such               Bringing international
                                                               Investment programmes: see Step 2                 as whakairo, tukutuku and kowhaiwhai.              artists to New Zealand
•   we’ve previously declined to fund your
    project and you have not included                          on page 19 for more information                                                                      You can’t apply for Contestable Funding
    evidence that Creative New Zealand                     •   bringing an overseas artist or organisation   Content for television or radio                        if the main focus of the international
    has agreed to you reapplying.                              to present work in New Zealand                Creative New Zealand does not support                  artist’s visit will be to perform, exhibit
                                                                                                             projects where the main aim is to develop              or develop their own work.
                                                           •   attending an ongoing programme
                                                               of school or tertiary study (whether          or produce content for television broadcast            You can only apply for Contestable
                                                               undergraduate or postgraduate) in             or radio airplay.                                      Funding to bring international artists to
    Reapplying                                                                                                                                                      New Zealand if their visit will have direct
                                                               New Zealand                                   If your project is of that type, you
    If you’re reapplying for a project that                                                                                                                         creative development or professional
                                                           •   attending an overseas course of study         may be eligible for funding through
    Creative New Zealand has previously                                                                                                                             development benefits for New Zealand
                                                               when there are comparable courses in          NZ On Air: read the funding information
    declined to support you must include                                                                                                                            artists, practitioners, groups or arts
                                                               New Zealand                                   available on the NZ On Air website,
    evidence in the proposal that                                                                                                                                   organisations – for example, if they’ll
                                                           •   a project that has no direct benefits         www.nzonair.govt.nz.
    Creative New Zealand has advised                                                                                                                                be providing workshops or masterclasses,
    you to reapply, or has agreed to you                       or impacts for New Zealand arts,              If you have any questions about developing             or helping New Zealand artists to develop
    reapplying for Contestable Funding.                        artists or practitioners                      or producing content for television or radio,          their work.
                                                           •   production costs associated with the          contact a Creative New Zealand staff
                                                               presentation of New Zealand theatre,          member (contact details are on page 130).

10 Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding
Timing of your
application and project
You must make sure that your application               Your application will be ineligible if:
                                                       •   we receive it after 5.00pm on the
                                                                                                               Further questions

for Contestable Funding arrives at                         closing date for that funding round, or
                                                                                                               If you have further questions about
                                                                                                               whether you can apply, contact a

Creative New Zealand’s Wellington
                                                       •   your project, or the stage of it that
                                                                                                               Creative New Zealand staff member
                                                           you’re seeking funding for, will start
                                                                                                               (contact details are on page 130).
office by 5.00pm on the closing date                       before the date when we notify all
                                                           applicants in that funding round

for the particular funding round (there                    whether their applications have been
                                                           successful (retrospective funding).
are several funding rounds each year).
                                                       The inside back cover of this
                                                       Guide lists:
                                                       •   the closing dates for the 2011 funding
                                                           rounds, and
                                                       •   the corresponding dates on which projects
                                                           funded by Contestable Funding can start.




Our funding bodies may change i n 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                       Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding 11
Eligibility for
Contestable Funding
      ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST BEFORE YOU GET STARTED                                      The main focus of this project is:

                                                                                        Yes No to buy capital items (such as computers, vehicles, recording equipment,
      This project has:                                                                        musical instruments or uniforms)

       Yes No already been funded by Creative New Zealand, either directly or through   Yes No to buy or maintain a building
              the Creative Communities Scheme

       Yes No received funding from another government organisation such as the         Yes No establishment costs, general running costs or salaries for an ongoing
              New Zealand Lottery Grants Board or NZ on Air                                    activity (except for Arts Development Investment applications)

       Yes No a budget which is more than the allowed maximum for the type              Yes No to bring an overseas artist or arts organisation to present work in New Zealand
              of programme

                                                                                        Yes No an ongoing programme of school or tertiary study (undergraduate
      You or your group or organisation:                                                       or postgraduate) in New Zealand

       Yes No have applied four times for an Arts Grant or Quick Response Grant         Yes No an overseas course of study when there are comparable courses in New Zealand
              in a calendar year (from 1 January to 31 December)

       Yes No have applied more than twice in any one funding round                     Yes No part of the core business of an educational institution – that is,
                                                                                               a pre-school institution, a primary or secondary school, or a tertiary
                                                                                               institution (such as a university, polytechnic or institute of technology)
       Yes No are employees of Creative New Zealand or members of its Arts Council,
              or members of the Arts Board, Te Waka Toi or the Pacific Arts Committee
                                                                                        Yes No part of the coursework for tertiary study
       Yes No receive funding from the Ministry for Culture and Heritage
                                                                                        Yes No to support arts-education resources, activities or projects that are focused on
                                                                                               delivering national education curriculum outcomes or qualification requirements
       Yes No receive funding from Creative New Zealand through the
              Recurrent Funding programme                                                      (including köhanga reo and kura kaupapa Mäori)

       Yes No have a project report overdue for a previous Creative New Zealand         Yes No to restore marae adornments such as whakairo, tukutuku, kowhaiwhai
              grant (that is, more than 16 weeks after the agreed project end date)

       Yes No have sent in a late report to Creative New Zealand (after receiving       Yes No to develop or produce television or radio content
              a second reminder letter) within the six months before the closing
              date for applications for this funding round
                                                                                        Yes No a contest or competition that does	not	have a separate professional development
                                                                                               component or a significant focus on reaching new audiences or developing young artists

12 Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding
        Timing:

        Yes No the part of the project for which you are seeking Contestable Funding
               will start before the date on which Creative New Zealand will
                                                                                           If you’ve answered ‘Yes’ to
               notify all applicants in this funding round of its decision (the relevant
               starting dates are set out on the inside back cover of this Guide)
                                                                                           any of the questions, you or
                                                                                           your project are not eligible to
        The activity for which you are seeking funding is:                                 apply for Contestable Funding.
        (For employees of, or under contract to, Creative New Zealand’s Recurrently
        Funded Organisations)

        Yes No specified in your employment agreement as one of your work activities, or


        Yes No an activity that the Recurrently Funded Organisation you are employed
               by or under contract to is funded by Creative New Zealand to undertake




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                              Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding 13
14
                                                                             Step 2
                                                        The types of grants and investments
                                                       Work out which type of grant or investment to apply for

Our funding bodies may change i n 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                         Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding 15
Outline of Step 2
Types of grants and investments
available through Creative
                                                       Which of these grants and
                                                       investments is suitable for                     As well as deciding which type of
New Zealand’s Contestable
Funding programme:
                                                       your project will depend on:                    grant or investment is suitable (Step 2),
                                                           the purpose of your project and
                                                                                                       you must also make sure that you
                                                       •

•   Arts Grants and Quick Response Grants                  the type of activity it involves
•

•
    Arts Development Investments
    Arts Leadership Investments (not
                                                       •   the timing of your project – when
                                                           it will happen and how long it will
                                                                                                       and your project meet all the criteria
    open for new applications in 2011)
                                                       •
                                                           take to complete
                                                           how much funding you are seeking
                                                                                                       explained in Steps 1, 3, 4 and 5.
                                                       •   your experience and track record
                                                           (see ‘track record’ in the Glossary on
                                                           page 128 for an explanation of the
                                                           kind of experience and track record
                                                           you’ll need to have for each type of
                                                           grant or investment).

                                                       Artists, arts practitioners, groups and arts
                                                       organisations who receive investment support
                                                       through the Arts Leadership and the Arts
                                                       Development Investment programmes cannot
                                                       apply for an Arts Grant or Quick Response
                                                       Grant in the same period as their investment.




16 Part A » Step 2 » The types of grants and investments
Arts Grants and
Quick Response Grants
Purpose                                               Activities                                         Criteria for Arts Grants                        Amount of funding available
Arts Grants and Quick Response Grants                 Arts Grants and Quick Response Grants              and Quick Response Grants                       For an Arts	Grant, the maximum
provide support to –                                  offer support for high-quality New Zealand                                                         amount you can apply for is $65,000.
New Zealand artists, practitioners,                   art and artists for activities that may include:   The project
                                                                                                                                                         For a Quick	Response	Grant,
groups and arts organisations to:                     •   artform publications, critical writing         The project for which you’re seeking an         the maximum amount you can
•   deliver and distribute work to diverse                and dialogue                                   Arts Grant or Quick Response Grant must         apply for is $7,500.
    audiences nationally and internationally          •   audience development initiatives               be completed within 12	months of Creative
                                                                                                         New Zealand offering you the grant.             If you apply for more than the maximum
•   develop their potential and produce               •   commissioning new New Zealand work                                                             amount your application will be ineligible.
    innovative work – including Mäori                 •   community arts projects that have regional
    and Pacific work                                                                                     Number of applications                          Groups or arts organisations requesting
                                                          or national significance
                                                                                                         You or your organisation can submit             $50,000 or more may be required to
•   preserve, develop and transmit cultural           •   one-off creative and professional
                                                                                                         no	more	than	two	applications within            provide evidence that they are well-run
    traditions, artistry and practice.                    development opportunities such as
                                                                                                         each Arts Grants or Quick Response              and financially sound. We encourage
New Zealand’s diverse communities to:                     mentoring, internships, workshops, fono,                                                       you to include this evidence with your
                                                                                                         Grants funding round.
                                                          wänanga, artist residencies and festivals                                                      application where possible.
•   participate in and develop the arts.
                                                      •   publication of high-quality New Zealand        You or your organisation can apply for
                                                                                                         no	more	than	four	grants in total from          Evidence may include:
                                                          literature
                                                                                                         the Arts Grants or Quick Response Grants        •   independently verified accounts
                                                      •   public presentations of New Zealand
                                                                                                         funding rounds within a calendar year           •   a sound business plan
                                                          work at arts festivals
                                                                                                         (1 January to 31 December).
                                                      •   researching, developing, writing and/or
                                                                                                                                                         •   details of the level of investment
                                                          creating new New Zealand work                  Approved reapplications are counted                 from other sources
                                                                                                         as one of the four grant applications.          •   details of sound governance
                                                      •   touring New Zealand artists, writers
                                                          and/or artworks for audiences within                                                           •   evidence of community support.
                                                          New Zealand and overseas.




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                                                                     Part A » Step 2 » The types of grants and investments 17
Arts Grants and
Quick Response Grants
The people involved in the project                     Application closing dates                        Your application will be assessed by               If you have any questions about Arts Grants
The key creative artists or practitioners              and assessment information                       Creative New Zealand staff.                        or Quick Response Grants, contact a Creative
involved in the proposed project must have:                                                                                                                New Zealand staff member (contact details
                                                       Arts Grants are offered twice	a	year             We’ll notify you about our decision
                                                                                                                                                           are on page 130).
•   recognition from peers or experts in               by each of Creative New Zealand’s funding        on your application six	weeks after
    their area of arts practice – this could           bodies – the Arts Board, Te Waka Toi,            the closing date for applications.
    include kaumätua or kuia, or other                 and the Pacific Arts Committee.
    people of standing within the applicant’s          The closing dates for Arts Grants applications   Assessment
    community, and                                     in 2011 are:                                     Arts Grants and Quick Response Grants will
•   a track record of success in the area              •   4 March                                      be assessed and prioritised on how strongly
    of arts practice or cultural tradition                                                              the application:
                                                       •   2 September
    that the proposed project involves
                                                                                                        •   can develop and present high-quality art
    (refer to the Glossary on page 122), and           Arts Grants applications are assessed by:
                                                                                                            or deliver high-quality arts experiences for
•   specialised training (not necessarily at           •   Creative New Zealand staff                       audiences or participants
    an academic institution) or practical              •   external artistic assessors, and             •   delivers to our strategic outcomes
    experience in their area of arts practice.         •   members of a Strategic Assessment Panel.     •   delivers to our artform priorities (refer to
                                                       We’ll notify you in writing about our decision       the artform sections on pages 41 to 94)
Results
                                                       on your application 12	weeks after the           •   fits with the purpose of the Arts Grants
One of the key steps you’ll need to work
                                                       closing date for applications.                       and Quick Response Grants programmes
through in preparing your application is
to make sure the results of your proposed              Quick Response Grants are offered                •   fits with the assessment criteria explained
project match the results that Creative                three	times	a	year by each of                        in Appendix 1 of this Guide, on page 116.
New Zealand is seeking (see Step 4                     Creative New Zealand’s funding                   We will apply a culturally specific assessment
on page 29).                                           bodies – the Arts Board, Te Waka Toi,            where appropriate – for example, Mätauranga
                                                       and the Pacific Arts Committee.                  Mäori for Mäori arts applications by Mäori,
                                                       The closing dates for Quick Response             for Mäori and the world; and Kaupapa
                                                       Grants applications in 2011 are:                 Pasifika for Pasifika arts applications.
                                                       •   4 February
                                                       •   12 August
                                                       •   28 October




18 Part A » Step 2 » The types of grants and investments
Arts Development and Arts Leadership
Investment programmes
The Arts Development Investment                       Background
                                                      In June 2010 Creative New Zealand
                                                                                                         Programmes
                                                                                                         The two new programmes are:
(Toi Uru Kahikatea) programme along                   completed a review of the Recurrently
                                                      Funded Organisations (RFO) programme,
                                                                                                         •   the Arts Leadership Investment

with the Arts Leadership Investment                   the third of three funding programme
                                                                                                             (Toi Tötara Haemata) programme

       -
(Toi Totara Haemata) programme replace
                                                      reviews that we had committed to undertake
                                                      as part of the 2007–10 Strategic Plan.
                                                                                                         •   the Arts Development Investment
                                                                                                             (Toi Uru Kahikatea) programme.

the previous Arts Investment and Sector               The RFO review recommended that
                                                      Creative New Zealand:
                                                                                                         These two complementary programmes
                                                                                                         are intended to work together to enable

Investment programmes offered through                 •   discontinue the Recurrent Funding,             Creative New Zealand to develop and
                                                                                                         support an arts infrastructure that is
                                                          Sector Investment and Arts Investment
Contestable Funding; and Recurrently                      programmes, and                                both stable and flexible, and to allow
                                                                                                         us to respond to changing needs and
Funded Organisations funding.                         •   introduce two new complementary,
                                                          multi-year investment programmes.
                                                                                                         opportunities.

                                                      The RFO review findings are available on our
                                                      website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/rforeview.




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                     Part A » Step 2 » The types of grants and investments 19
Arts Development Investment
(Toi Uru Kahikatea) programme
Purpose                                                Activities                                        Eligibility                                             gallery or museum funded directly by a
Arts Development Investments provide                   Arts Development Investments will                 To be eligible for an Arts Development                  local authority)
support for established New Zealand                    support high-quality New Zealand artists,         Investment you must be an established artist,       •   your organisation receives investment
artists, practitioners, groups and                     practitioners, groups and arts organisations      practitioner, group or arts organisation.               support through the Arts Leadership
arts organisations to:                                 for activities that may include:                                                                          Investment programme.
                                                                                                         You will have a successful track record
•   develop creative and professional skills,          •   artform publications, critical writing        of at least three grants from either the            Artists, practitioners, groups and arts
    resources and networks                                 and dialogue                                  Recurrent Funding programme or from                 organisations who receive support
•   develop, present, tour and/or distribute           •   audience-development and market-              Contestable Funding (note that this excludes        through the Arts Leadership and the Arts
    work for diverse audiences within                      development programmes that broaden,          funding under the Creative Communities              Development Investment programmes cannot
    New Zealand and/or overseas                            deepen and diversify audiences for            Scheme). The grants must have been used             apply for an Arts Grant or Quick Response
•   strengthen organisational development.                 New Zealand work                              to successfully deliver the relevant work           Grant during the period of their investment.
                                                       •   commissioning and public presentation         programmes or projects within budget
                                                           of New Zealand work                           and on time.                                        Criteria
                                                       •   integrated programmes of work including       In addition to the eligibility criteria in          Projects, events and programmes must
    You must discuss your proposal with                    researching, developing, writing, creating,   Step 1 on page 7, you can’t apply for an            take between six months and two years
    a Creative New Zealand staff member                    and publicly presenting new New Zealand       Arts Development Investment if:                     to complete and must have:
    before you apply (contact details are                  work or bodies of work
                                                                                                         •   you are a ‘default client’ of Creative          •   financial or in-kind support from sources
    on page 130).                                      •   ongoing creative and professional                 New Zealand, that is you have not                   other than Creative New Zealand, or
                                                           development opportunities such as                 provided a report as required for a                 realistic plans to achieve that support
                                                           mentoring, internships, fono, wänanga             previous Contestable Funding grant              •   endorsement from two people who have
                                                           and artist-in-residence programmes
                                                                                                         •   you have an overdue funding                         standing and recognition in the relevant
                                                       •   organisational development for arts                                                                   artform or cultural arts practice, and
                                                                                                             report (previous Recurrently Funded
                                                           groups and arts organisations
                                                                                                             Organisations that have failed to provide       •   identified the audiences for the work,
                                                       •   publications by New Zealand publishers            a required report, such as a quarterly              and the ways it will be promoted.
                                                           of multiple sets of titles by writers of          report by an agreed date, are listed as         Arts organisation development proposals
                                                           high-quality New Zealand literature               having an overdue report)                       must demonstrate the intention to diversify
                                                           and artform publications (block grants)
                                                                                                         •   the projects and activities that you are        and increase the range of income sources
                                                       •   public presentations of New Zealand               applying for are the core business of a         over the period of the Arts Development
                                                           work at arts festivals                            tertiary training institute or an institution   Investment.
                                                       •   touring New Zealand artists, writers              supported by an agency of central or
                                                           and/or artworks for audiences within              local government (for example a regional
                                                           New Zealand and overseas.
20 Part A » Step 2 » The types of grants and investments
Proposals to research, create and present,            Assessment                                         Amount of funding available                       Application closing dates
or re-present high-quality New Zealand                Arts Development Investments will include          You must discuss the level of your request        and assessment information
works must result in a public presentation            assessment of how strongly the application:        with a Creative New Zealand staff member          Arts Development Investments
within two years from the date Creative                                                                  before you apply (contact details are on
                                                      •   can develop and present high-quality                                                             are offered once	a	year by Creative
New Zealand offered support. You will                                                                    page 130).
                                                          art or deliver high-quality arts experiences                                                     New Zealand’s funding bodies –
be able to reapply for a further Arts
                                                          or services for audiences or participants                                                        the Arts Board, Te Waka Toi, and the
Development Investment if we have received                                                               Groups or arts organisations requesting
                                                                                                                                                           Pacific Arts Committee.
satisfactory interim and completion reports.          •   delivers to our strategic outcomes             $50,000 or more will be assessed on
                                                      •   includes appropriate investment from           how well-run and financially sound they           The application form, project proposal
Artists, practitioners, groups and arts                                                                  are. Evidence of this should be included
                                                          other sources                                                                                    and budget templates for this programme
organisations who receive Arts Development                                                               with your application where possible.             are available on our website,
Investments may also be eligible to apply             •   delivers to an artform priority (refer to
                                                                                                                                                           www.creativenz.govt.nz/adip.
for additional capability-building or incentive           the artform sections on pages 41 to 94)        Evidence may include:
funding. Further information will be available        •   responds to New Zealand’s demography           •   independently verified accounts               The closing date for Arts Development
on our website, www.creativenz.govt.nz,                                                                                                                    Investment applications in 2011 is:
                                                      •   fits with the purpose of the Arts              •   a sound business plan
in 2011.                                                  Development Investment programme, and                                                            •   10 June
                                                                                                         •   details of the level of investment
                                                      •   has identified appropriate evaluation              from other sources                            Applications will be assessed by:
                                                          measures and systems.                          •   details of sound governance                   •   Creative New Zealand staff

                                                      We will apply a culturally specific assessment     •   evidence of community support.                •   external artistic assessors, and
                                                      where appropriate – for example,                                                                     •   members of a Strategic Assessment Panel.
                                                      Mätauranga Mäori for Mäori arts applications       Results
                                                                                                                                                           We’ll notify you in writing about our
                                                      by Mäori, for Mäori and the world; and             One of the key parts of your application is       decision on your application 12	weeks
                                                      Kaupapa Pasifika for Pacific arts applications.    to make sure the results of your proposed         after the closing date for applications.
                                                      We will also consider the levels of innovation     project match the results that Creative
                                                                                                         New Zealand is seeking (see Step 4 on             For further information about the Arts
                                                      involved and the regional reach of the
                                                                                                         page 29).                                         Development Investment programme,
                                                      proposed activity, event or programme.
                                                                                                                                                           see our website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/alip.
                                                      Regional reach being the extent to which
                                                      delivery will be made to areas outside of                                                            If you have any questions about Art
                                                      Auckland and Wellington city.                                                                        Development Investments contact a
                                                                                                                                                           Creative New Zealand staff member
                                                                                                                                                           (contact details are on page 130).



Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                                                                       Part A » Step 2 » The types of grants and investments 21
Arts Leadership Investment
      -
(Toi Totara Haemata) programme
The purpose of the Arts Leadership Investment              Guidelines

       -
(Toi Totara Haemata) programme is to invest
                                                           For further information about the Arts
                                                           Leadership Investment programme, see our

for periods from two to five years in well-run,
                                                           website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/alip.


financially sound arts organisations that play
key roles in creating, presenting, distributing,
or encouraging participation in high-quality
New Zealand arts experiences.
This programme is not open for new
applications in 2011.




22 Part A » Step 2 » The types of grants and investments
                                                                             Step 3
                                                       The Creative New Zealand funding bodies
                                                                Decide which of our funding bodies to apply to

Our funding bodies may change i n 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                         Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding 23
Outline of Step 3
Applications for grants and
investments (set out in the                             As well as deciding which funding body
previous section, Step 2)
can be made to any of
                                                        to apply to (Step 3), you must also make
Creative New Zealand’s                                  sure that you and your project meet
funding bodies. These are:
•   the Arts Board                                      all the criteria explained in Steps 1, 2, 4
•   Te Waka Toi                                         and 5 of this Guide.
•   the Pacific Arts Committee.




    Likely changes to Creative New Zealand’s funding bodies in 2011
    The Government recently reviewed the                would be replaced by a single ‘Arts Council’
    Act that governs Creative New Zealand               with responsibility for making all decisions
    (the Arts Council of New Zealand                    about strategy, policy and funding.
    Toi Aotearoa Act 1994). A bill to replace
    it (the Arts Council of New Zealand                 You can find updates on the progress
    Toi Aotearoa Bill, No 167-1) has                    of the new bill on our website,
    been referred to the Government                     www.creativenz.govt.nz/council. Until it
    Administration Committee, with a                    is passed, Creative New Zealand’s existing
    report from the Select Committee                    governing structure will continue: that
    due in December 2010.                               structure is outlined in this section.

    If the bill is passed, it is likely to change how   If you have any questions about the
    Creative New Zealand is governed during             funding bodies discussed in this section,
    2011. The Arts Council, the Arts Board,             contact a Creative New Zealand staff
    Te Waka Toi and the Pacific Arts Committee          member (contact details are on page 130).




24 Part A » Step 3 » The Creative New Zealand funding bodies
Arts Board
Its role                                              Who can apply to the Arts Board?
The Arts Board is responsible for developing          All individuals, groups and arts organisations
New Zealand art and artists. It invests in            that are eligible to apply for Contestable
Contestable Funding, develops specific                Funding (see Step 1 on page 7) can apply
initiatives, and delivers tailored programmes         to the Arts Board.
to meet identified needs. It also invests in
up to 34 professional arts organisations on
a yearly or multi-year basis (one of which
the Arts Board co-funds with Te Waka Toi).

Members of the Arts Board are appointed by
the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage,
for a term of up to three years. Anyone can
nominate a person to be considered for
appointment to the Arts Board.

The Arts Board provides financial support
to artists, practitioners, groups and arts
organisations across all artforms and cultural
arts practices, to assist them to research,
create, develop, present, promote and
distribute high-quality New Zealand artworks.




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                       Part A » Step 3 » The Creative New Zealand funding bodies 25
Te Waka Toi
Its role                                              Who can apply to Te Waka Toi?                      - -
                                                                                                        Tona ahuatanga                                                            -
                                                                                                                                                          Ko wai ka taea te tono putea mai
Te Waka Toi, the Mäori arts board of Creative         If you’re a Mäori artist, practitioner,           Ko Te Waka Toi te Poari Toi Mäori o Toi           i Te Waka Toi?
New Zealand, is responsible for developing            group or arts organisation and you’re             Aotearoa a ko töna kawenga he ärahi,              Mehemea he ringa rehe toi Mäori koe,
Mäori arts, artists, practitioners, groups and        eligible to apply for Contestable Funding         he whakatipu kia hua ngä toi Mäori ngä            he röpü toi Mäori e whakahaere nei i ngä
arts organisations. It invests in Contestable         (see Step 1 on page 7), you can choose            ringa rehe toi Mäori, me ngä Tari toi Mäori.      kaupapa toi Mäori, ka ähei koe ki te tono
Funding, develops specific initiatives, and           to have your application considered by            Ka whakangao ki roto i ona whakataetae            i raro i ngä whakataetae whängainga
delivers tailored programmes. Te Waka Toi             Te Waka Toi.                                      whängainga pütea, whakatu kaupapa toi,            pütea (tirohia te wähanga tuatahi kei te
also funds Toi Mäori Aotearoa on a three-                                                               me te mau ki ona hotoka ake. Ko Te Waka           wharangi 7) ka taea e koe ki te köwhiri kia
                                                      Your proposed project must be
year basis and Kahurangi Mäori Dance                  ‘by	Mäori	for	Mäori	and	the	world’.               Toi te pütea tautoko i a Toi Mäori ia toru tau,   whiriwhiria tö tono e Te Waka Toi.
Theatre on a yearly basis. With the Arts Board                                                          me Kahurangi ia tau. Ko te Poari Toi me
                                                      This means that:                                                                                    Me tütuki to kaupapa i te märaurau nei
of Creative New Zealand, it contributes to                                                              Te Waka Toi te tautoko pütea mö Taki
                                                                                                                                                          ‘nä	Mäori	mö	Mäori	mö	te	ao	katoa’.	
the annual funding of Taki Rua Productions.           •   you must be of Mäori descent, or your         Rua ia tau.
                                                          project must be managed or directed                                                             Me Mäori, me uri Mäori ränei te tangata,
Members of Te Waka Toi are appointed by                                                                 Ko te Minita mö te Manatu Mäori te
                                                          by Mäori (except for indigenous links                                                           me mätua riro mä te Mäori e whakahaere,
the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage,                                                            kaiwharite i ngä mema a Te Waka Toi mö
                                                          projects: see Pacific arts on page 77)                                                          e ärahi te kaupapa (häunga ërä he kaupapa
for a term of up to three years. Anyone                                                                 te toru tau te roa. Ka taea noa e tëtahi te
                                                                                                                                                          whätoro ki ëtahi atu kaupapa tängata
can nominate a person to be considered                •   if you’re an organisation with its own        whakaingoatia tä rätou tangata e hiahia ai
                                                                                                                                                          whenua o täwähi: tirohia ngä te Pacific
for appointment to Te Waka Toi.                           legal identity (such as a company or          kia uru mai ki roto i ngä wharitenga a te
                                                                                                                                                          arts kei te whärangi 77).
                                                          incorporated society), rather than an         Minita mö Te Waka Toi.
                                                          individual or group of individuals,                                                             Mehemea he röpü koe i raro i te ture,
                                                          the organisation must be owned and                                                              ehara i te tangata takitahi, ehara i tëtahi
                                                          managed by people of Mäori descent.                                                             röpü tangata takitahi ränei, me mätua
                                                          If the organisation is applying for funding                                                     noho he Mäori ngä kaipupuri hea,
                                                          on behalf of another person, that other                                                         me ngä kaiwhakahaere. Mehemea kei te
                                                          person must also be of Mäori descent.                                                           tono taua röpü mö ëtahi pütea mö tëtahi
                                                                                                                                                          tangata kë atu, me Mäori, me uri Mäori
                                                      Mäori artists, practitioners, groups and arts
                                                                                                                                                          ränei taua tangata.
                                                      organisations can also apply for Contestable
                                                      Funding through the Arts Board if they meet                                                         Ka ähei ngä ringa rehe toi Mäori, ngä röpü
                                                      the relevant criteria.                                                                              toi Mäori e whakahaere nei i ngä kaupapa toi
                                                                                                                                                          Mäori ki te tono pütea mä roto i te Poari Toi,
                                                                                                                                                          mehemea ka tütuki i a koe ngä märaurau a
                                                                                                                                                          Te Poari Toi.



26 Part A » Step 3 » The Creative New Zealand funding bodies
Pacific Arts Committee
Its role                                              Who can apply to the Pacific Arts                Priorities identified by the
The Pacific Arts Committee is responsible             Committee?                                       Pacific Arts Committee
for developing New Zealand’s Pasifika arts            If you’re eligible to apply for Contestable      The Pacific Arts Committee has identified
and artists. It invests Contestable Funding,          Funding (see Step 1 on page 7), you can          heritage arts (that is, traditional arts or
develops specific initiatives, and delivers           choose to have your application considered       customary practices) as a priority for funding
tailored programmes to support Pasifika               by the Pacific Arts Committee if you are of      support (2010–2013). The Committee is
artists and communities.                              Pacific heritage, your project has a focus       particularly interested in receiving quality
                                                      on supporting Pasifika artists, groups and       applications from individuals, groups or arts
The Committee has eight members: seven
                                                      arts organisations and is of benefit and         organisations that are focused on preserving,
representing seven Pacific Island groups
                                                      significance for the development of              developing or transmitting heritage artforms.
(Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Niue, Tokelau, Cook
                                                      Pasifika arts in New Zealand.
Islands and Tuvalu), and the Chairperson,                                                              ‘Heritage arts’ refers to the artistic and
who is also a member of the Arts Board.               As well as meeting all the other criteria        cultural expressions of Pasifika people
Members are appointed by the Arts Board               explained in Steps 1 to 5 of this Guide,         living in New Zealand and the recognised
for a term of up to three years. Anyone               you’ll need to show that:                        traditional artforms that have been brought
can nominate a person to be considered for            •   your project has support or endorsement      to New Zealand from the Pacific Islands.
appointment to the Pacific Arts Committee.                from Pasifika people such as artists,        Each Island group will have their own unique
                                                          elders and community leaders, and            artistic style, language or way of doing
                                                                                                       things. ’Experts’ in heritage arts practices
                                                      •   your project has Kaupapa Pasifika
                                                                                                       are seen as those people who have cultural
                                                          attributes (for the meaning of ‘Kaupapa
                                                                                                       knowledge and are able to pass it on to
                                                          Pasifika’ see the Glossary on page 126).
                                                                                                       those who are keen to learn and who
                                                      Pasifika artists, groups and organisations can   will care for this knowledge.
                                                      apply for Contestable Funding through the
                                                      Arts Board if they meet the relevant criteria.




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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28
                                                                             Step 4
                                             The results Creative New Zealand are seeking
                                                       Check that your project will contribute to our outcomes

Our funding bodies may change i n 2011 (see page 24)
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Outline of Step 4
Creative New Zealand has
identified four strategic outcomes
                                                       If you believe your project will also achieve
                                                       another one of the results set out in this      As well as identifying the appropriate
that collectively guide our
decisions about who and what
                                                       section, you should:
                                                       •   select this as your second result, and
                                                                                                       result or results for your project (Step 4),
to invest in. These are:                               •   explain how you’ll achieve this             you must also make sure that you and your
•

•
    New Zealanders participate in the arts
    High-quality New Zealand art is developed
                                                           second result.

                                                       Please select no	more	than	two	results,
                                                                                                       project meet all the criteria explained
•   New Zealanders experience                          even if you believe your project would          in Steps 1, 2, 3 and 5 of this Guide.
    high-quality arts                                  also achieve other results.

•   New Zealand arts gain international                When you’re deciding which results to
    success.                                           choose, think about the part of the project
                                                       that you or your organisation will be
To achieve these outcomes, we fund arts
                                                       responsible for, rather than the long-term
projects that will achieve specific results,
                                                       outcomes you might hope for but can’t
which we’ve set out in the following pages.
                                                       control. Check your budget to confirm
In your application form, you’ll need to:              the areas where you’re seeking our
•   select	one	result from the list below that         support: this may help you identify
    best suits the focus of your project, and          the focus of your application.
•   explain	how you’ll achieve the result
    you’ve selected.




30 Part A » Step 4 » The results Creative New Zealand is seeking
Outcomes and Results
                                                                                                       You can apply for a Quick Response Grant, Arts Grant
    The funding bodies and the different grants and investments                                        or Arts Development Investment under any of these
    Each of Creative New Zealand’s funding            Te Waka Toi has a particular focus on
                                                                                                       results. You can select up to two results.
    bodies – the Arts Board, Te Waka Toi and          Mäori communities preserving, developing
    the Pacific Arts Committee – can support          and transmitting their cultural traditions and
    projects that achieve any of the results          artistry; while the Pacific Arts Committee       Outcome 1         Results
    listed in this section, with one exception.       has a particular focus on Pasifika communities                     To achieve this outcome we will fund
                                                      preserving, developing and transmitting                            the following types of arts projects:
    This exception concerns the first outcome –
                                                      their customary artistic practices.
    ‘New Zealanders participate in the arts’.
                                                                                                       New Zealanders    Mäori heritage arts – projects in which
                                                                                                                         Mäori communities preserve, develop and
                                                                                                       participate
                                                                                                                         transmit their cultural traditions and artistry
                                                                                                       in the arts
                                                                                                                         (Te Waka Toi has a particular focus on this
                                                                                                                         result. However, the Arts Board can also
                                                                                                                         support projects that seek to achieve this result.)

                                                                                                                         Pacific heritage arts – projects in which
                                                                                                                         Pacific communities preserve, develop and
                                                                                                                         transmit their customary artistic practices

                                                                                                                         (The Pacific Arts Committee has a particular
                                                                                                                         focus on this result. However, the Arts Board
                                                                                                                         can also support projects that seek to achieve
                                                                                                                         this result.)

                                                                                                                         Community arts participation – projects
                                                                                                                         in which New Zealand’s diverse communities
                                                                                                                         participate in and develop the arts


                                                                                                                                                          continued over >>




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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Outcomes and Results
Outcome 2                Results                                   Outcome 3           Results                                   Outcome 4*                 Results
                         To achieve this outcome we will fund                          To achieve this outcome we will fund                                 To achieve this outcome we will fund
                         the following types of arts projects:                         the following types of arts projects:                                the following types of arts projects:

High-quality             Developing potential – projects           New Zealanders      Delivery of the arts – projects in        New Zealand                Developing potential – projects
                         in which artists, practitioners and                           which artists, practitioners and arts                                in which artists, practitioners and
New Zealand                                                        experience                                                    arts gain
                         arts organisations with potential                             organisations deliver high-quality                                   arts organisations develop skills and
art is developed         develop their skills and practice
                                                                   high-quality arts   arts experiences to New Zealanders
                                                                                                                                 international              capabilities for engaging internationally
                                                                                                                                 success
                         High-quality artists – projects in                            Diversity in the arts – projects                                     Market development – projects
                         which artists, practitioners and arts                         in which New Zealand audiences                                       in which international markets
                         organisations that are acknowledged for                       have access to diverse arts                                          and audiences for New Zealand
                         the quality of their work are supported                       experiences                                                          art are developed

                         Producing innovative work – projects                          Developing audiences – projects                                      New Zealand’s distinctive voice
                         in which high-quality and innovative                          by artists, practitioners and arts                                   is heard overseas – projects in
                         new work is developed, including                              organisations which develop skills                                   which distinctive, high-quality,
                         Mäori and Pacific work and the work                           and capabilities to deliver work and to                              internationally viable work is
                         of New Zealand’s diverse cultures                             increase and diversify their audiences                               presented overseas

                                                                                                                                 *
                                                                                                                                     Projects that can achieve results from Outcome 4 may also be
                                                                                                                                     eligible for support through programmes offered by Creative
                                                                                                                                     New Zealand’s International Funding programme. If your project
                                                                                                                                     has already been supported by Creative New Zealand’s International
                                                                                                                                     Funding programme you cannot apply for Contestable Funding
                                                                                                                                     for the same activity. You can find detailed information about
                                                                                                                                     these programmes on our website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/
                                                                                                                                     international.




32 Part A » Step 4 » The results Creative New Zealand is seeking
                   Activities, artforms and cultural arts practices that
                                                                                  Step 5
                                      Contestable Funding can support
                                                       Check that Contestable Funding is available for your activity
                                                                     and for your artform or cultural arts practice
Our funding bodies may change i n 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                               Part A » Step 1 » Eligibility for Contestable Funding 33
Outline of Step 5
This section is divided into                              If your proposed project is, for example,          Activities                                                    Artforms and cultural arts practices
two parts:                                                a domestic tour of a musical performance,          Artform publications ........................ page 35         Craft/Object ..................................... page 41
•   ‘Activities:	Eligibility	criteria	and	                you’ll need to check that your project             Bringing international artists                                Dance .............................................. page 45
    guidelines’ sets out the types of                     meets both:                                        to New Zealand ............................... page 35        Inter-arts .......................................... page 49
    activities – such as mentoring, residencies           •   the criteria set out under ‘Touring’ in        Commissions ................................... page 35
                                                                                                                                                                           Literature ......................................... page 53
    and touring – that Contestable Funding                    the first part of this section (Activities),   Community arts ............................... page 36
    can support, and explains various criteria                                                                                                                             Mäori arts ........................................ page 57
                                                              and                                            Film and moving-image art .............. page 36
    that particular types of activity have                                                                                                                                 Media arts ....................................... page 67
                                                          •   the criteria set out under ‘Music’             International professional development
    to meet for funding to be available.                                                                                                                                   Music............................................... page 71
                                                              in the second part of this section             or postgraduate study ...................... page 36
    A particular activity, such as a tour,
                                                              (Artforms and cultural arts practices).                                                                      Pacific arts ....................................... page 77
    might involve any one of the artforms                                                                    Mentoring ....................................... page 37
                                                                                                                                                                           Pan-artform festivals ........................ page 83
    for which Contestable Funding is available.                                                              Residencies ...................................... page 37
•   ‘Artforms	and	cultural	arts	practices:	                                                                                                                                Theatre .......................................... page 87
                                                                                                             Touring (including domestic touring and
    Priorities	and	guidelines’ sets out                                                                      international touring or exhibiting) ... page 37              Visual arts ....................................... page 91
    particular artforms and cultural arts
                                                                                                             Websites .......................................... page 39
    practices – such as music, theatre and
    Mäori arts – that Contestable Funding
    can support, and explains various criteria
    that particular artforms or cultural arts
    practices have to meet for funding to
                                                                                                             As well as checking that your activity and
    be available.                                                                                            artform or cultural arts practice meets the
                                                                                                             criteria explained in this section (Step 5),
                                                                                                             you must also make sure that you and
                                                                                                             your project meet all the criteria
                                                                                                             explained in Steps 1 to 4 of this Guide.


34 Part A » Step 5 » Activities, artforms and cultural arts practices that Contestable Funding can support
Activities:
Eligibility criteria and guidelines
This part sets out specific eligibility criteria      Artform publications                              •   an overview of the intended audience                  Bringing international artists
and guidelines for certain types of activities.       We can accept applications from                       and distribution strategy, including:                 to New Zealand
We use the word ‘activity’ here to mean a             individual artists, galleries or publishers.
                                                                                                            − a print quote that confirms the
                                                                                                                                                                  You can only apply for Contestable
type of project – such as a mentoring project,                                                                 print run
                                                                                                                                                                  Funding to bring international artists to
a residency or a commission – rather than             Our main focus will be to support:                    − how the publication will be distributed,
                                                                                                                                                                  New Zealand if their visit will have direct creative
the type of artform or cultural arts practice         •   publications that have a tailored                    and to whom
                                                                                                                                                                  development or professional development
that a project might involve.                             distribution strategy                             − the number of complimentary copies
                                                                                                                                                                  benefits for New Zealand artists, practitioners
                                                          co-publishing partnerships                           and who you intend to give them to
                                                      •                                                                                                           or arts organisations – for example, if they’ll be
                                                                                                            − the number of copies for sale, whether
                                                      •   independent publishers or galleries                                                                     providing workshops or masterclasses, or helping
                                                                                                               through informal or established
                                                          that have previous experience producing                                                                 New Zealand artists to develop their work.
                                                                                                               distribution channels
                                                          and distributing artform publications.
                                                                                                            − distribution data from any previous                 You can’t apply for Contestable Funding if
                                                      We prefer that you have a publishing                     project (if applicable)                            the main focus of the artist’s visit will be to
                                                      partner, because this helps offset the costs,                                                               perform, exhibit or develop their own work.
                                                                                                        •   information about the publishing
                                                      demonstrates that there is audience demand,
                                                                                                            partnership, including:
                                                      and ensures that the publication will be
                                                                                                            − a letter from the publishing partner
                                                                                                                                                                  Commissions
                                                      distributed as widely as possible.                                                                          Commissions should result in works that
                                                                                                               (if applicable), confirming their interest
                                                      In your application you’ll need to provide               and their financial commitment to                  are ready for an initial public presentation –
                                                      the following information, to show clearly               the project                                        for example:
                                                      that you’ve carefully considered each key         •   a budget that reflects:                               •   performances
                                                      area of the publication project:                      − all project expenses and income,                    •   exhibitions
                                                      •   an overview of the content including:                including expected sales for the                   •   manuscripts.
                                                          − the names of the writers and editors               first 12 months (if the publication
                                                             involved, and samples of their writing            will be for sale).                                 Applications should include evidence that
                                                             (if applicable)                                                                                      the work is very likely to result in a public
                                                                                                        Creative New Zealand can provide support                  presentation. For more information, contact a
                                                      •   an overview of the design concept,            for fees for writers, designers, photographers            Creative New Zealand staff member (contact
                                                          format and print specifications, including:   and editors, and support for printing and                 details are on page 130). See also ‘public
                                                          − the names of the designers involved
                                                                                                        distribution costs.                                       presentation’ in the Glossary on page 127.

                                                                                                                                                                  If your intended project is a commission for public
                                                                                                                                                                  artwork, see the Visual arts section on page 91.



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Activities:
Eligibility criteria and guidelines
Community arts                                            Contestable Funding                                Contestable Funding for Community Arts             International professional
Creative New Zealand is interested                        for community arts projects                        focuses on the following result areas:             development or postgraduate study
in supporting arts projects that:                         For a community arts project to be                 •   New Zealand’s diverse communities              Creative New Zealand’s contribution for
•   engage diverse populations, such as                   eligible for Contestable Funding:                      participate in and develop the arts            international professional development or
    youth (under 25) and ethnic communities               •   the project must have regional                     (see Step 4 on page 29)                        international postgraduate study is limited
                                                              or national significance                       •   Mäori and Pasifika peoples preserve,           to a maximum	of	80% of the total costs,
•   provide a creative focus for communities
                                                                                                                 develop and transmit their cultural            and no	more	than	NZ$12,000. You
    to explore issues and aspirations                     •   the communities that are the focus
                                                                                                                 traditions, artistry, and customary            must provide evidence that comparable
•   create new and diverse artistic work                      of the project must be identified in the
                                                                                                                 artistic practices (see Step 4 on page 29)     opportunities for professional development
    and cultural experiences                                  application form and project proposal,
                                                                                                                 community arts practitioners and arts          or postgraduate study are not available
                                                              and                                            •
•   develop confidence, pride and a sense                                                                                                                       in New Zealand.
                                                          •   the funding applied for must contribute            organisations with potential develop their
    of belonging in participants
                                                              to those aspects of the project that are           skills and practice (see Step 4 on page 29).   International professional development is
•   provide artists and participants with new
                                                              arts-based or arts-related – for example,                                                         also available to filmmakers whose film has
    career pathways and work opportunities.
                                                              community singing or storytelling, and         Film and moving-image art                          previously received funding through either
For what we mean by the term ’community                       not a sports event or religious ceremony.                                                         the Screen Innovation Production Fund or
                                                                                                             The Independent Filmmakers Fund has
arts’, see the Glossary on page 122.                                                                                                                            the Independent Filmmakers Fund and who
                                                          These are examples of community                    been discontinued. Creative New Zealand
                                                                                                                                                                have been invited to attend a non A-List
Creative New Zealand supports community                   arts activities that fit the criteria for          provides funding through the Media arts
                                                                                                                                                                festival. You must include details on the
arts through:                                             Contestable Funding:                               artform category to support the development
                                                                                                                                                                opportunities that the invitation will provide
•   Contestable Funding, and                              •   a heritage arts skills-development             of moving-image and media arts practice in
                                                                                                                                                                in your application.
                                                              programme that will benefit members            New Zealand. For the criteria and for more
•   the Creative Communities Scheme.
                                                                                                             information on Media arts, see page 67.            You can apply for funding for:
                                                              of a particular ethnic community living
You can’t receive funding from                                                                                                                                  •   reasonable travel expenses
                                                              in a number of territorial authority areas     If your project is a narrative short or feature
both the Creative Communities
                                                          •   an established artist working with             film, you should contact the Film Commission       •   accommodation for workshops,
Scheme and Contestable Funding
                                                              members of an identified community             to discuss funding options.                            wänanga or fono
for the same project.
                                                              to participate in and develop the arts         We can support documentaries or archival           •   living expenses
                                                              of the community.                              projects that focus on a particular artform        •   tutors’ fees.
                                                                                                             or artist to a maximum of $30,000. You
                                                                                                             should apply under the heading of the
                                                                                                             relevant artform or cultural arts practice.




36 Part A » Step 5 » Activities, artforms and cultural arts practices that Contestable Funding can support
Mentoring                                             Residencies                                      Applications to undertake an international                Touring
Mentoring occurs when an established artist                                                            residency should include the following                    For our definition of ‘touring’ see the
or practitioner (the mentor) passes on skills         Domestic residencies                             information:                                              Glossary on page 128.
or knowledge to a less experienced artist             for New Zealand artists                          •   details of the host organisation’s curatorial
or practitioner (the protégé). Mentoring              An application for a domestic residency              emphasis or artistic direction                        Domestic touring
may involve giving feedback on a project,             must be made by the host organisation.           •   a letter or email confirming that you’ve              If you’re proposing to tour a previously
helping with developing skills, or building                                                                been selected to take part in the residency           presented production, exhibition or gig,
                                                      If the residency will be within an educational
an understanding and knowledge of the                                                                  •   evidence that the host is contributing                or a previously published writer, your
                                                      institution, the application needs to show
professional arts sector.                                                                                  towards the costs of the residency (this              application must provide evidence that:
                                                      clearly how the resident artist’s activity
                                                                                                                                                                 • the tour initiator will have the services
Only the protégé can apply for Contestable            will be distinct from the institution’s              could be through either a payment to you,
                                                                                                           the artist, or through in-kind support such               of an experienced and credible producer,
Funding for a mentoring project, not                  ongoing educational programme.
                                                                                                           as accommodation or studio space).                        curator or tour manager, who’ll take
the mentor. We can support mentoring
                                                                                                                                                                     responsibility for overseeing:
applications to a maximum of $5,000.
                                                      International residencies                        You should also provide evidence of the                       −   delivery of the tour
Our funding is usually directed towards:              for New Zealand artists                          creative development and professional
                                                                                                                                                                     −   the ability of the host venues to
•   a fee for the mentor                              Creative New Zealand has established             development opportunities that the residency
                                                                                                                                                                         successfully deliver the presentation
                                                      partnerships with a number of overseas           offers. This might be shown, for example,
•   reasonable expenses – for example,                                                                                                                           •   there is demand for the production,
                                                      institutions to host residencies for             by the quality of previous residents and
    for telephone calls and transport.                                                                                                                               exhibition or gig in the relevant area,
                                                      New Zealand artists. Information                 by the host’s facilities and personnel.
A mentoring application should not                                                                                                                                   for example by showing:
                                                      about this is available on our website,
include the costs of an exhibition,                   www.creativenz.govt.nz/funding.                                                                                −   that presentation fees will be paid
production or presentation.                                                                                                                                              by a local festival, gallery or venue
                                                      However, you can also apply for Contestable                                                                    −   previous audience demand for the
However, an application for an exhibition,            Funding for residencies at overseas                                                                                type of work
production or presentation can include                institutions with which Creative New Zealand                                                                   −   that local groups will share the cost
the cost of engaging a mentor to work                 has no formal partnership. The International                                                                       of presenting the work in the area
with a protégé artist or practitioner as              Association of Residential Arts Centers,
                                                                                                                                                                 •   the production, exhibition or gig will be
the protégé develops their exhibition,                at www.resartis.org, lists a wide range of
                                                                                                                                                                     appropriate to the selected venue
production or presentation.                           international residency opportunities, many
                                                                                                                                                                 •   the tour initiator has:
                                                      of which are available to New Zealand artists.
                                                                                                                                                                     −   clearly identified its likely audiences, and
                                                                                                                                                                     −   a sound marketing and promotional
                                                                                                                                                                         plan to reach these audiences in the
                                                                                                                                                                         places to be toured.

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Activities:
Eligibility criteria and guidelines
The focus of Contestable                                  We will expect you to show how box-office          In 2011–2013 the Arts Board is supporting    Building the skills
Funding’s contributions                                   income or other income generated from              three regional touring consortiums to tour   of distribution agents
Contestable Funding’s contributions towards               the tour, not from Contestable Funding,            work and develop audiences in the central    Creative New Zealand is interested in
domestic touring are focused as follows:                  is contributing towards the other costs            North Island, in the Far North region,       receiving applications for Contestable
                                                          of the tour.                                       and in the top of the South Island.          Funding for projects that will build the
For Visual	arts	and	Craft/Object,
                                                          For Literature, contributing towards               Te Waka Toi is supporting two regional       skills of current and future distribution
contributing towards the costs of:
                                                          the costs of:                                      touring consortiums to tour work             agents. For example:
•   crating and freighting the touring
                                                          •   accommodation and fees of touring              and develop Mäori audiences, one in          •   a producer’s internship with an
    work within New Zealand
                                                              writers                                        the Taranaki and Marlborough regions,            established regional festival
•   generic marketing and promotion                                                                          and the other in the Waikato and
                                                          •   generic marketing and promotion                                                             •   a mentoring programme or a series
    expenses for the tour                                                                                    Bay of Plenty regions.
                                                              expenses for the tour                                                                           of wänanga, workshops or fono for
•   publishing catalogues.                                                                                                                                    emerging curators.
                                                          •   travel of touring writers.                     For more details about our distribution
For the performing	arts	(Theatre,		                                                                          strategy, visit our website,                 In 2011–2013, we will particularly focus on:
Dance	and	Music), contributing                                                                               www.creativenz.govt.nz/distribution.
towards the costs of:
                                                          Creative New Zealand’s                                                                          •   building the skills of tängata whenua
                                                          Distribution Strategy                              The term ‘tour’ refers to consecutive            distribution agents
•   accommodation and fees for the                                                                           performances or exhibitions in at least
                                                          Our distribution strategy is focused on                                                         •   building the skills of Pasifika arts
    artists and practitioners                                                                                three centres and includes:
                                                          the domestic distribution of high-quality                                                           distribution agents
•   freighting of sets, props, costumes,                                                                         the touring of craft/object and visual
                                                          artwork created by New Zealand artists and         •                                            •   working in partnership with other
    and equipment                                                                                                arts exhibitions
                                                          practitioners. The strategy aims to:                                                                agencies to deliver regional programmes
•   generic marketing and promotion                                                                              the touring of performing arts               that will build the skills and expertise
                                                          •   expand the regional touring of                 •
    expenses for the tour                                                                                        presentations, such as music gigs            required for the touring of visual arts
                                                              high-quality New Zealand artwork
•   travel of artists and practitioners.                      within New Zealand                                 and dance or theatre productions             and craft/object exhibitions.
                                                          •   build the skills of key arts-sector            •   the touring of a writer or writers       For the meaning of the term ‘distribution
                                                              distribution agents, and                           to present and promote their work.       agents’, see the Glossary on page 124.
                                                          •   build audiences for quality New Zealand        The three centres can include venues
                                                              art in identified regional centres.            within the greater Auckland or
                                                                                                             Wellington regional boundaries.




38 Part A » Step 5 » Activities, artforms and cultural arts practices that Contestable Funding can support
International touring or exhibiting                   Examples of a host’s or presenter’s                  For	established	websites, you can request                 For costs directly related to the placing of
Contestable Funding is available for the              contributions would be:                              up to a maximum of $30,000 per annum                      work on a website the $5,000 may include:
international touring and exhibiting of               •   artist and practitioner fees                     focused on editorial costs. You can also                  •   the costs of webpage design
distinctive, high-quality ‘international-ready’                                                            apply for contributing writers’ fees and up
                                                      •   accommodation expenses                                                                                     •   buying any software needed to operate
art by New Zealand artists and practitioners.                                                              to $5,000 towards costs directly relating
                                                      •   venue hire and promotion expenses.                                                                             the website
For the meaning of ’international-ready’,                                                                  to the placing of work on the website
                                                                                                           (see below for details).
                                                                                                                                                                     •   the cost of converting text, sound or
see the Glossary on page 125.                         Your application must also show evidence
                                                                                                                                                                         visuals into web-appropriate computer
                                                      of demand for the work – for example from:           Your application will need to include:
Our support will be limited to contributing                                                                                                                              code (for example, HTML or XTML).
                                                      •   a letter of invitation confirming presentation       evidence of demand and support for the
towards:                                                                                                   •
                                                                                                                                                                     Contestable Funding is not available
                                                      •   the payment of artist and practitioner fees          website – for example, a copy of the site’s
•   the international travel and freight costs                                                                                                                       for the costs of:
    (including travel insurance and freight           •   box-office revenue, or                               monthly usage and visitor statistics for
                                                                                                               the previous six months
                                                                                                                                                                     •   buying computer hardware
    insurance) for the New Zealand artists,           •   projected sales.
                                                                                                               information about how the website is
                                                                                                                                                                     •   developing, producing or distributing
    practitioners and artworks involved, and                                                               •

                                                                                                               being promoted to new audiences                           content for television or radio.
•   up to a maximum of $10,000 towards                Websites
    proven costs associated with presenting                                                                •   for ongoing development of the website:               If you’re applying for funding for a
                                                      Contestable Funding can support projects that:
    the work internationally. For example:                                                                     the names and backgrounds of the website              web-based arts project, you can seek
    − translating and printing a catalogue
                                                      •   create, promote or distribute quality                designers/developers and a quote for                  a contribution towards the fees of
    − remount costs
                                                          New Zealand artwork through a website, or            the work; and details of the additional               New Zealand artists and practitioners
    − materials used in creating site-                •   engage in artform development and arts               functionality to be provided and its benefits.        involved in the project, see Media arts
       specific work                                      criticism through a website.                                                                               on page 67.
                                                                                                           For	a	new	website, you can request up
    − creating international-standard
                                                      Requests for support can be towards the              to a maximum of $5,000.
       promotional material                           development of a new website or the
    − pursuing future opportunities for                                                                    Your application will need to include:
                                                      maintenance of an established website.
       developing international markets.                                                                   •   details of the functionality and purpose
                                                      You should check the specific guidelines                 of the website, including a quote for
For your project to be eligible for Contestable       and priorities for the artform you’re applying           the work from the website designers
Funding, the host or presenter who                    under. You will also need to show how the                and developers
has invited the New Zealand artists or                website will fill current gaps by providing a
practitioners to present, perform or exhibit                                                               •   a detailed plan of how the website
                                                      unique experience or content in that artform.
must contribute towards the landed costs of                                                                    will be marketed to your existing and
the project. For a definition of ‘landed costs’,                                                               any new audiences.
see the Glossary on page 126.


Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                                  Part A » Step 5 » Activities, artforms and cultural arts practices that Contestable Funding can support 39
Artforms and cultural arts practices:
Priorities and guidelines
The rest of this step is arranged                                                                            Artforms and cultural arts practices
                                                                                                             Craft/Object ..................................... page 41
according to artforms and cultural                                                                           Dance .............................................. page 45

arts practices. They include priorities                                                                      Inter-arts .......................................... page 49
                                                                                                             Literature ......................................... page 53
and guidelines specific to each.                                                                             Mäori arts ........................................ page 57
                                                                                                             Media arts ....................................... page 67
                                                                                                             Music............................................... page 71
                                                                                                             Pacific arts ....................................... page 77
                                                                                                             Pan-artform festivals ........................ page 83
                                                                                                             Theatre .......................................... page 87
                                                                                                             Visual arts ....................................... page 91




40 Part A » Step 5 » Activities, artforms and cultural arts practices that Contestable Funding can support
Craft/Object
        Part A » Step 5 » Craft/object arts   41
craft/obj
 craft
 CRAFT/OBJECT                        Craft/Object priorities
 Craft/Object includes both          •	Creation            of new work.
 traditional applied arts and
 contemporary practice, and          •	Creative  and professional development
 covers the following genres:
 ceramics, jewellery, glass,            and residencies for individual artists.
 textiles, metal, woodwork,
 and studio-based design.            •	Critical dialogue and discourse, for example,
                                        public programmes, symposia and publications.
                                     •	Touring   of exhibitions to South Island
                                        public galleries or museums.
                                     These artform priorities and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
                                     artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.




 42 Part A » Step 5 » Craft/Object
Craft/Object activities
These are examples of craft/object                    •   design projects (see page 44)                  •   organising or attending a conference
activities that fit the criteria for                  •   documentary or archival projects that          •   researching or creating a new body
Contestable Funding:                                      focus on craft/object or a craft/object            of work
•   collaborative projects involving other                artist (support is limited to a maximum        •   residencies in New Zealand or overseas
    arts practitioners and artforms                       of $30,000)                                        (see Residencies on page 37)




                                                                                                                                                            Craft/Object
•   commissioning, researching, writing,              •   creating New Zealand work for exhibition       •   visits by international critics and curators
    producing, publishing or distributing                 within New Zealand at public spaces or art         that will directly benefit New Zealand
    exhibition catalogues, monographs,                    galleries (priority will usually be given to       craft/object and artists (see Bringing
    essay series, and critical writing about              exhibitions held at public art galleries)          international artists to New Zealand
    New Zealand craft/object and artists              •   initiatives for audience development               on page 35)
    (see Artform publications on page 44)             •   international opportunities for creative and   •   workshops, wänanga, fono, forums,
•   commissions (see Commissions on                       professional development for New Zealand           masterclasses, seminars and other
    page 35)                                              craft/object artists and practitioners (see        opportunities for creative and professional
•   community arts projects (see Community                International professional development             development for New Zealand craft/object
    arts on page 36)                                      or postgraduate study on page 36)                  artists and practitioners.
•   crating and freighting an exhibition of a         •   international touring of high-quality
    body of work to tour within New Zealand               and distinctive New Zealand craft/object
    (see Domestic touring on page 37)                     artworks (see International touring or
                                                          exhibiting on page 39)
•   dealer galleries attending international
    art fairs (you must discuss your project          •   mentoring and internship programmes
    with a Creative New Zealand staff                     (see Mentoring on page 37)
    member before you apply, contact
    details are on page 130)




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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craft/obj
 craft
 CRAFT/OBJECT                        Craft/Object guidelines
                                     Design                                          Artform publications
                                     Creative New Zealand’s focus is on              See the ‘Activities’ section in Step 5 on
                                     supporting studio-based design.                 page 35 for the Artform publications
                                     Priority will be given to furniture and         guidelines.
                                     object-based design proposals.
                                                                                     These criteria apply to the publishing of
                                     Contestable Funding is available for:           exhibition catalogues, monographs, journals
                                     •   research and initial development            and critical writing about New Zealand
                                         of the new work, and                        craft/object arts, artists and practitioners.
                                     •   public presentation of the new work,        Creative New Zealand requires that
                                         but not its commercial production.          publications have a tailored distribution
                                                                                     strategy, co-publishing partnership, or
                                     Other design projects that Contestable
                                                                                     independent publisher/gallery that has
                                     Funding can support include:
                                                                                     previous experience in producing and
                                     •   projects that recognise and build           distributing craft/object publications.
                                         on the interaction between design
                                         and craft/object practice                   We are also able to support artists’ books.
                                                                                     We don’t expect that these books will
                                     •   projects that survey aspects of design
                                                                                     include critical discourse, but applications
                                         history and place New Zealand design
                                                                                     must include information about the
                                         in artistic, cultural or social contexts.
                                                                                     design concept, print run and distribution.
                                     If you’re applying for a design project, you
                                     must discuss your proposal with a Creative
                                     New Zealand staff member before you
                                     apply (contact details are on page 130).




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Dance
        45
dance
 DANCE                        Dance priorities
                              •	Development  or presentation of new
                                 work by emerging choreographers.
                              •	High-quality work that engages
                                 new and diverse audiences.
                              •	Touring  of high-quality New Zealand
                                 work to at least three New Zealand centres.
                              These artform priorities and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
                              artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.




 46 Part A » Step 5 » Dance
Dance activities
These are examples of dance                           •   international touring of New Zealand        •   workshops, wänanga or fono
activities that fit the criteria                          dance works (see International touring          to develop production concepts
for Contestable Funding:                                  or exhibiting on page 39)                   •   workshops, wänanga, fono, forums,
•   commissions (see Commissions on                   •   mentoring and internship programmes             masterclasses, seminars and other
    page 35)                                              (see Mentoring on page 37)                      opportunities for creative and
                                                      •   rehearsing and presenting premiere dance        professional development for
•   community arts projects (see Community
                                                          productions to New Zealand audiences            New Zealand choreographers,
    arts on page 36)
                                                                                                          dancers, dance practitioners,
•   creating a dance work using new                   •   rehearsing and presenting previously
                                                                                                          producers and technicians.
    media, digital arts or film-based                     produced work for New Zealand
    skills and technologies (see Film                     audiences
    and moving-image art on page 36)                  •   researching, writing and publishing
•   documentary or archival projects that                 critical writing about New Zealand dance
    focus on dance or a particular dance                  (see Artform publications on page 35)
    practitioner or organisation (support             •   residencies in New Zealand or overseas
    is limited to a maximum of $30,000)                   (see Residencies on page 37)
•   initiatives for audience development              •   touring dance works within New Zealand
•   international opportunities for creative              (see Domestic touring on page 37)
    and professional development for                  •   visits by international practitioners




                                                                                                                                              Dance
    a New Zealand choreographer,                          that will directly benefit New Zealand
    dancer, dance practitioner, producer                  dance (see Bringing international artists
    or technician (see International                      to New Zealand on page 35)
    professional development or
    postgraduate study on page 36)




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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dance
 DANCE                        Dance guidelines
                              Digital documentation of                      Demand                                       Tup Lang Choreographic Award
                              dance productions                             Contestable Funding is only available for    The Tup Lang choreographic award
                              If you’re applying for Contestable Funding    dance projects that demonstrate evidence     for the encouragement and promotion
                              for the premiere of a New Zealand dance       of demand, unless the activity is part       of choreography in New Zealand
                              production, we recommend that you             of a strategic programme for reaching        contemporary dance was established
                              include up to $5,000 in your budget to        new audiences or markets or is part of       in 1999 with the interest from a bequest
                              make a high-quality DVD recording of the      developing new work.                         by Mrs Lang.
                              production to digitally document the work.
                                                                            Examples of demand include:                  Choreographers or contemporary dance
                              We’re more likely to fund your proposal       •   box-office income                        groups are automatically considered
                              to digitally document a work if you can                                                    for this annual award, but priority will
                                                                            •   demonstrated need among the
                              show that an experienced digital arts                                                      be given to proposals involving the work
                                                                                target audience for the activity
                              practitioner is involved.                                                                  of emerging choreographers.
                                                                            •   fees from dance practitioners enrolled
                              Contestable Funding is not available for                                                   For further information see our website,
                                                                                in a professional development course
                              projects that are mainly intended to be                                                    www.creativenz.govt.nz/dance.
                                                                            •   fees from venues or presenters.
                              distributed through television (see Content
                              for television or radio on page 10).




 48 Part A » Step 5 » Dance
Inter-arts
         49
er-arts
 Inter-arts                             Inter-arts priorities
 Inter-arts projects will               •	Collaborative                projects, including residencies.
 have a singular artistic
 vision that combines                   •	Creation            and presentation of new work.
 artforms and/or cultural
 arts practices, or integrates          •	Research
 existing artform practices,
                                                              or investigation projects.
 processes and techniques
 into their own distinct                These artform priorities and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
 artform. an inter-arts                 artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.

 project is likely to include
 experimental and hybrid
 practices, and exploratory
 or integrative processes.
 an inter-arts practitioner
 will be expected to have
 skill and ability in an
 identifiable artform – but
 their creative process
 and work may involve
 techniques and skills
 more usually associated
 with another artform.




 50 Part A » Step 5 » Inter-arts arts
Inter-arts activities
these are examples of inter-arts                      •   researching, writing and publishing           Other inter-arts projects may meet
activities that fit the criteria for                      critical writing about New Zealand            Contestable Funding criteria. If your
Contestable Funding:                                      inter-arts practice (see Artform              project isn’t described in the list above,
                                                          publications on page 35)                      contact a Creative New Zealand staff
•   commissions (see Commissions
                                                      •   rehearsing and presenting a premiere          member to discuss your proposal
    on page 35)
                                                          inter-arts production to New Zealand          (contact details are on page 130).
•   community inter-arts projects
                                                          audiences
    (see Community arts on page 36)
                                                      •   residencies in New Zealand or overseas
•   documentary or archival projects that
                                                          (see Residencies on page 37)
    focus on inter-arts or an inter-arts
    practitioner (support is limited to               •   touring inter-art works within
    a maximum of $30,000)                                 New Zealand (see Domestic touring
                                                          on page 37)
•   initiatives for audience development
                                                      •   visits by international practitioners
•   international opportunities for creative




                                                                                                                                                     Inter-arts
                                                          or critics that will directly benefit
    and professional development for
                                                          New Zealand inter-arts practice
    New Zealand inter-arts practitioners (see
                                                          (see Bringing international artists
    International professional development
                                                          to New Zealand on page 35)
    or postgraduate study on page 36)
                                                      •   workshops, wänanga, fono, forums,
•   international touring of a New Zealand
                                                          masterclasses, seminars and other
    inter-arts work (see International touring
                                                          opportunities for creative and professional
    or exhibiting on page 39)
                                                          development for New Zealand inter-arts
•   mentoring and internship programmes
                                                          artists and practitioners
    (see Mentoring on page 37)
                                                      •   workshops, wänanga or fono to
•   researching, creating and presenting
                                                          develop a concept
    new New Zealand inter-arts works




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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er-arts
 Inter-arts                             Inter-arts guidelines
                                        applying for inter-arts funding                   Inter-arts funding is not
                                        Creative New Zealand uses the term ‘inter-        available for:
                                        arts’ to mean forms of arts practice that use     •   artforms using digital or analogue
                                        skills and techniques drawn from the range            technology (supported through
                                        of artforms or cultural arts practices that           Media arts)
                                        we support (see page 40 for a full list).         •   educational videos
                                        If your application involves elements of          •   multi-artform projects (supported
                                        different artforms, but its development and           through the project’s major artform focus)
                                        presentation will largely rely on the forms and   •   music videos
                                        conventions of an existing artform, it may not
                                                                                          •   musical theatre (supported through Theatre)
                                        be suitable to be assessed within inter-arts.
                                                                                          •   opera (supported through Music)
                                        Your application may not be suitable to
                                                                                          •   projects to be assessed as part of
                                        be assessed as an inter-arts project if:
                                                                                              the course work for tertiary study
                                        • it is mainly focused on one artform, but

                                           contains elements of other artforms, or        •   projects mainly intended to be distributed
                                                                                              through television or radio (see Content
                                        •   it contains elements of a discipline
                                                                                              for television or radio on page 10).
                                            or practice not included in Creative
                                            New Zealand’s list of artforms and
                                            cultural arts practices (see page 40).

                                        You should discuss your proposal with a
                                        Creative New Zealand staff member before
                                        you apply (contact details are on page 130).




 52 Part A » Step 5 » Inter-arts arts
                                                              Literature
                                                      Literature
Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                    53
erature
 LITERATURE
 Genres that can be
                                   Literature priorities
 supported through                 •	Creation            of new work.
 Contestable Funding are:
 •	 autobiography/memoir
                                   •	Increasingand diversifying readership for
 •	 biography                         New Zealand literature.
 •	 children’s fiction             •	Supporting the publishing of high-quality
 •	 creative non-fiction
    (see Glossary on page 123)        New Zealand work, including the distribution
 •	 essays                            of New Zealand writing through new technology.
 •	 fiction
                                   These artform priorities and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
 •	 graphic novels with a          artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.
    strong literary element
 •	 histories
 •	 illustration of children’s
    books
 •	 literary criticism
 •	 poetry.
 Note that all non-fiction
 projects must demonstrate
 literary merit to be
 considered.




 54 Part A » Step 5 » Literature
Literature activities
These are examples of literature                      •   literary tours (see Domestic touring          Bursaries
activities that fit the criteria for                      on page 37 and International touring
Contestable Funding:                                      or exhibiting on page 39)
                                                                                                         Louis Johnson
    attendance by established writers at              •   mentoring and internship programmes
•
                                                                                                         New Writers’ Bursary
    seminars where they have significant                  (see Mentoring on page 37)
                                                                                                         The annual New Writers’ Bursary was
    speaking roles                                    •   publishing subsidies, including publishers’
                                                                                                         set up in 1989 with a bequest from
•   commissions (see Commissions on                       block grants (see page 56)
                                                                                                         New Zealand writer Louis Johnson’s
    page 35)                                          •   researching and writing a work                 estate. Published writers at an early stage
•   community arts projects (see Community            •   residencies in New Zealand or overseas         of their career who apply for an Arts
    arts on page 36)                                      (see Residencies on page 37)                   Grant in the March funding round are
•   documentary or archival projects that             •   workshops, wänanga, fono, masterclasses,       automatically considered for this bursary.
    focus on New Zealand literature or                    literary seminars and conferences




                                                                                                                                                       Literature
    a New Zealand author (support is                      featuring established New Zealand
    limited to a maximum of $30,000)                      authors and editors.                           Todd New Writers’ Bursary
•   initiatives for audience development                                                                 The Todd Corporation Ltd contributes
•   international opportunities for creative                                                             half of the annual bursary which allows
    and professional development (see                                                                    a promising writer to work full-time
    International professional development                                                               for six months on an approved project.
    or postgraduate study on page 36)                                                                    Published writers at an early stage of
                                                                                                         their career who apply for an Arts Grant
•   literary festivals (see page 56)
                                                                                                         in the September funding round are
•   literary magazines and review journals                                                               automatically considered for this bursary.
    with a national focus (see page 56)




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                                                                                                             55
erature
 LITERATURE                        Literature guidelines
                                   Literary magazines and                          Literary festivals                               These are available in the form of subsidies
                                   review journals                                 Contestable Funding is available for published   at set rates and can be applied for as:
                                   Publishers of literary magazines and review     New Zealand writers to present and promote       •   publishing subsidies (through Arts Grants
                                   journals with a national focus must follow      their work at a literary festival or as part         and Quick Response Grants), or
                                   the project proposal template in Step 6         of the literary component of an arts festival.   •   publishers’ block grants (through
                                   on page 97. As well as addressing the           The organiser’s application should be                Arts Development Investments).
                                   key questions set out under each heading        for a specific component of the budget
                                                                                   (for example, New Zealand writers’ fees),        For a list of the subsidies and
                                   in the template, you must:
                                                                                   not an overall budgeted shortfall.               for the publishing guidelines and
                                   •   demonstrate editorial and publishing
                                                                                                                                    budget template, see our website,
                                       expertise and the ability to promote,
                                       market and distribute the magazine
                                                                                   Translation subsidies                            www.creativenz.govt.nz/literature.

                                       or journal nationally                       Contestable Funding is not available             If your project is for a publication in an
                                                                                   for the translation of New Zealand               artform other than literature (visual arts,
                                   •   describe any measures used or to
                                                                                   literature into other languages.                 for example), see Artform publications
                                       be used to evaluate artistic quality
                                                                                   Creative New Zealand’s International             on page 35.
                                   •   detail any future plans for increasing      Funding programme, in association with
                                       reader numbers and income                   the Publishers Association of New Zealand        Contestable funding is NoT
                                   •   give details of the size of the previous    (PANZ), is offering a translation grant scheme   available for:
                                       year’s print run                            to support the translation of New Zealand        •   fees for individuals to attend a writing
                                   •   provide evidence of contributors            literature into other languages.                     workshop, wänanga or fono, or a course
                                       from throughout New Zealand                 For more information see our website,                or seminar
                                   •   provide evidence of the publication’s       www.creativenz.govt.nz/literature.               •   literary magazines or journals by student
                                       target audience                                                                                  collectives
                                   •   provide information about your              Publishing subsidies – including                 •   newsletters or free handouts
                                       distribution strategy                       publishers’ block grants
                                                                                                                                    •   projects by unpublished writers
                                   •   report on actual sales figures and income   Creative New Zealand provides incentives
                                                                                                                                    •   screenplay writing and scripts for television
                                       from the previous year’s publication        for publishers to publish high-quality
                                                                                                                                        or radio (see Content for television or
                                       against budgeted figures                    New Zealand literature, taking into account
                                                                                                                                        radio on page 10)
                                                                                   any potential profit a publisher is likely
                                   •   report on numbers of actual sales                                                            •   self-promotional activities, including touring
                                                                                   to make when the books are sold.
                                       of the previous year’s publication,
                                                                                                                                    •   self-publishing projects (see Glossary on
                                       including retail price and complimentary
                                                                                                                                        page 128).
                                       copies distributed.
 56 Part A » Step 5 » Literature
                                                            - arts
                                                           Maori
                                                       - arts
                                                      Maori
Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                                57
 -
maori
  -
 MAori Arts                         -
                                   Maori arts priorities
                                       -
                                   •	T aMoko: publications, teaching and
                                               -            -
                                    learning w ananga and w ananga tohunga
                                    (experts’ symposia).
                                   •	Tarai Waka (especially ocean voyaging and
                                     navigation): publications, teaching and
                                                -         -
                                     learning wananga, wananga tohunga (experts’
                                     symposia) mentoring for new learners and
                                     international residencies for expert navigators.
                                                    -
                                   •	Traditional M aori Games: publications,
                                                               -         -
                                     teaching and learning wananga, wananga
                                     tohunga (experts’ symposia) and mentoring
                                     for new learner.




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 58 Part A » Step 5 » Maori arts
 -
Maori arts activities
these are examples of Maori -                         •   international opportunities for professional   •   residencies (see Residencies on page 37)
arts activities that fit the                              or creative development for Mäori artists      •   te reo projects (see page 60)
criteria for Contestable Funding:                         and practitioners (see International
                                                                                                         •   touring of theatre or dance or music
                                                          professional development or
•   commissions (see Commissions on                                                                          productions within New Zealand
                                                          postgraduate study on page 36)
    page 35)                                                                                                 (see Domestic touring on page 37)
                                                      •   international tours or presentations
•   community arts projects (see Community                                                               •   waka (see page 60)
                                                          (see International touring or exhibiting
    arts on page 36)                                                                                     •   workshops, wänanga, fono, forums,
                                                          on page 39)
•   development of Mäori artists and their                                                                   masterclasses, seminars and other
                                                      •   literary publishing (see Te Waka Toi
    work across all forms of contemporary arts                                                               opportunities for creative and professional
                                                          Publishing Policy Guidelines on our
    practice, including theatre, music, dance,                                                               development for indigenous and Mäori
                                                          website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/
    literature, visual arts, räranga, whakairo,                                                              artists and practitioners.




                                                                                                                                                            - arts
                                                          maoriarts)
    media arts, sculpture, painting, clay,
    ceramics, fibre, jewellery, printmaking,          •   marae arts (see page 60)
    photography, drawing, and installation            •   mentoring and internships (see Mentoring
•   documentary or archival projects that                 on page 37)
    focus on Mäori arts or artists (support           •   new recordings (see Te Waka Toi Recording
    is limited to a maximum of $30,000)                   Policy guidelines on our website,
•   exhibiting Mäori work within New Zealand              www.creativenz.govt.nz/maoriarts)
    (see Domestic touring on page 37)                 •   publication of exhibition catalogues and




                                                                                                                                                           Maori
•   indigenous links, such as Mäori artists               critical writing about Mäori artists and
    working in collaboration with indigenous              their art (see Artform publications on
    people of the Pacific Islands and                     page 35)
    other nations                                     •   rehearsing and presenting premiere
•   initiatives for audience development                  theatre and dance productions to
                                                          New Zealand audiences




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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maori
  -
 MAori Arts                        Cultural arts practices examples
                                   Contestable Funding                            Waka                                           Contestable Funding is not
                                                      -
                                   is available for Maori                         •   creation of waka                           available for:
                                                                                  •   artistic adornment of traditional waka.    Educational activities
                                   arts activities within
                                                                                  Guidelines for applications are available      •   arts-education resources, videos, activities
                                   the following types of                         on our website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/            or projects that focus on delivering
                                   cultural arts practices.                       maoriarts.                                         national education curriculum outcomes
                                                                                                                                     or qualification requirements (including
                                                                                          -
                                                                                  te reo Maori                                       kähanga reo and kura kaupapa Mäori).
                                   Marae arts
                                                                                  Projects that promote and strengthen
                                   Workshops or wänanga that pass on the          the use of te reo, including:
                                                                                                                                 Content for television or radio
                                   knowledge and skills of traditional Mäori                                                     Creative New Zealand does not support
                                                                                  •   books
                                   marae arts, including:                                                                        projects where the main aim is to develop
                                                                                  •   recordings (for example, songs,
                                   •   karanga, whaikörero, te reo Mäori,                                                        or produce content for television broadcast
                                                                                      stories, kïwaha and pepeha)
                                       möteatea and pao                                                                          or radio airplay.
                                                                                  •   theatre productions
                                   •   the weaving of whäriki and whatu                                                          If your project is of that type, you may
                                       käkahu.
                                                                                  •   wänanga reo.
                                                                                                                                 be eligible for funding through NZ On Air:
                                                                                  Guidelines for applications are available      read the funding information available on the
                                                                                  on our website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/        NZ On Air website, www.nzonair.govt.nz.
                                       Te Waka Toi no longer funds marae          maoriarts:
                                       restoration projects. This includes the                                                   If you have any questions about developing
                                                                                  •   for te reo publication	applications, see   or producing content for television or radio,
                                       restoration of marae adornments such
                                                                                      Te Waka Toi Publishing Policy Guidelines   contact a Creative New Zealand staff member
                                       as whakairo, tukutuku and kowhaiwhai.
                                                                                  •   for te reo recording	applications, see     (contact details are on page 130).
                                       For alternative funding information            Te Waka Toi Recording Policy Guidelines.
                                       see Lottery Grants: Marae and Heritage                                                    Media arts
                                       Facilities on the Department of Internal                                                  •   music videos
                                       Affairs website, www.dia.govt.nz.
                                                                                                                                 •   short or feature-length narrative film
                                                                                                                                     or video projects (see the NZ Film
                                                                                                                                     Commission’s website, www.nzfilm.co.nz).




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Toi Ake
Toi Ake is a funding initiative tailored to iwi,      To apply to Toi Ake follow Steps 6, 7 and
hapü, and whakapapa-based roopu that                  8 and use the application form at the back          Te Waka Toi no longer funds marae
want to focus on cultivating and retaining            of this Guide. Note that on page 5 of your          restoration projects. This includes the
traditional and contemporary Mäori arts.              application form the project ‘result’ will be       restoration of marae adornments such
                                                      ‘Mäori communities preserve, develop and            as whakairo, tukutuku and kowhaiwhai.
There are two stages to a Toi Ake application:
                                                      transmit their cultural traditions and artistry’.   For alternative funding information
1. Developing an arts strategy                        There are two funding rounds each year.             see Lottery Grants: Marae and Heritage
Toi Ake will assist iwi, hapü, and whakapapa-         For 2011 these are:                                 Facilities on the Department of Internal
based roopu to develop an arts strategy                                                                   Affairs website, www.dia.govt.nz.
                                                      •   4 March
which outlines what is needed to cover all
                                                      •   2 September
aspects of their local arts.




                                                                                                                                                      - arts
                                                      It is important to contact the Manager,
The arts strategy can include, but is not
                                                      Mäori Arts Programmes for discussion
limited to, ngä mahi a Te Whare Pora, and te
                                                      and guidance about your application
reo based arts such as karanga, whaikörero
                                                      before you apply.
and whakapapa recitation. It can also include
the development of contemporary arts.                 Contact details are:
                                                      Haniko Te Kurapa,
                                                      Manager, Mäori Arts Programmes
2. Funding an arts strategy
                                                      phone 04 473 0182
When an arts strategy is endorsed by




                                                                                                                                                     Maori
                                                      email haniko.tekurapa@creativenz.govt.nz.
Te Waka Toi it becomes the basis of a
funding agreement with whakapapa-based
roopu to carry out their planned local
arts projects.




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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maori
   -      -
 ngA toi MAori                           -                -    -      -
                                      Ng a kaupapa matua mo ng a Toi Maori
                                         -
                                      •	Ta                  -              -
                                             Moko: ara te ta pukapuka e pa ana ki te ta-
                                                   - -            -          - -
                                        moko, nga wananga e pa ana ki nga korero,
                                                   -                       - -
                                        h-tori, nga tikanga a te moko, nga wananga mo     -
                                            -           -                  -
                                        nga tohunga ta moko ki te ako i ona tukunga.
                                                          -
                                      •	Tarai Waka (te wahanga ki te wharaunga moana,
                                                                         -
                                        me te whakatere waka): ara te ta pukapuka e pa ana-
                                        ki te whakatere waka, te wharaunga moana ranei,-
                                          -          - -
                                        wananga mo nga tohunga ki te ako whakatere
                                                                      -       -
                                        waka, te wharaunga moana ranei mo te hunga
                                                 -            -
                                        e kai ngakau nui ki tenei mahi, he nohanga mo    -
                                            -
                                        nga tohunga whakatere waka ki whenua ke.   -
                                             -        -             -            -
                                      •	Nga takaro tuturu a te M aori: ara te ta pukapuka
                                             -          -        -             -     -
                                        e pa ana ki nga takaro tuturu a te M aori, wananga
                                           -                            - -
                                        mo te ako pehea te takaro i nga tumomo kemu - -
                                          -                      - -
                                        penei i te mahi whai, mutorere, whakaropiropi ai,
                                                      -
                                        Ki o Rahi, wananga kaiakopono.



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     -              -
Ko nga kaupapa Toi Maori
      -              -
Anei etahi tauira mo nga  -                           •   ngä hononga ä-iwi tängata whenua, pënei         •   te whakaputa pukapuka mö ngä
kaupapa toi Ma - ori ka taea i raro                       i te mahi tahi a ngä rehetoi Mäori ki ëtahi         whakakitenga, ngä whakapuaki takitahi,
        -




                                                                                                                                                             - Toi Maori
i te maraurau whakataetae                                 atu tängata whenua o te Moanä nuï ä                 ngä raraupapa tuhinga whakaaro, me
    -         -
whangainga putea                                          Kiwa me ëtahi atu whenua                            ngä tuhituhi tätari mö ngä rehetoi Mäori
                                                      •   ngä kökiritanga whakapakari                         me ngä toi o Aotearoa, (tirohia a Artform
•   te whakaritea i tëtahi mahi toi hou
                                                          kaimätakitaki                                       Publications kei te whärangi 35)
    (tirohia te wähanga Commissions kei te
    whärangi 35)                                      •   ngä Häereere whakapakari ngaiotanga,            •   te whakaharatau me te whakakite tuatahi
                                                                                                              i tëtahi whakaari hou, i tëtahi kanikani




                                                                                                                                                                    -
•   ngä toi hapori (tirohia a Community Arts              me ngä mahi auaha mo ngä rehetoi Mäori
                                                          puta noa i te ao (tirohia International             höu ränei ki ngä kaimätakitaki o Aotearoa
    kei te whärangi 36)
                                                          Professional Development me te                  •   ngä nohonga ringa toi i tëtahi whare
•   te whakapakari i ngä rehetoi Mäori me ä
                                                          Postgraduate Study kei te whärangi 36)              kë, i tëtahi whenua kë ränei (tirohia te
    rätou mahi i roto i ngä ähuatanga katoa o
                                                      •   ngä Takahanga Whenua/Whakakitenga ki                wähanga Residencies kei te whärangi 37)
    te mahi toi o näianei tae atu ki ngä mahi
    whakaari, ngä püoro, te kanikani, te tuhi,            te ao (tirohia a International Touring kei te   •   ngä kaupapa reo (tirohia te whärangi 64)
    te toi ataata tae atu ki ngä mahi raranga,            whärangi 39)                                    •   te whakaatu i ngä whakaari, kanikani,
    te whakairo, te ataata, te tärei ähua, te         •   te tä pukapuka (tirohia ngä Aratohu tä a            waiata ki ngä töpito o Aotearoa (tirohia
    pani pikitia, te mahi uku, ngä mahi tärei             Te Waka Toi kei to tätou pae tukutuku,              te wähanga Domestic touring kei te
    uku, ngä kaka, ngä whakakai, te hanga                 www.creativenz.govt.nz/maoriarts)                   whärangi 37)
    tänga, te tango whakaahua, te tuhi pikitia,       •   ngä toi a te marae (tirohia te whärangi 64)     •   waka (tirohia te whärangi 64)
    te whakatü taputapu, te päpähotanga me
                                                      •   te tohutohu tängata me ngä nohonga              •   ngä wänanga toi i waenganui i ngä ringa
    ngä kaupapa ataata e whakamahi nei i
                                                          tauira ki te ako (tirohia te wähanga                rehe Mäori me ngä tangata whenua o
    ngä hangarau ärai/mamati
                                                          Mentoring kei te whärangi 37)                       te ao, ngä mea angitu, whakapakari
•   te tukuna körero me te pakipümeka e                                                                       ngaiotanga.
                                                      •   te whakaputa kopae waiata hou (tirohia




                                                                                                                                                          Ng a
    pä ana ki ngä rehetoi Mäori me ngä toi
                                                          ngä Aratohu whakaputa kopae waiata a
    Mäori (atu i te $30,000 te tautoko i ngä
                                                          Te Waka Toi kei to tätou pae tukutuku,
    kaupapa pënei)
                                                          www.creativenz.govt.nz/maoriarts)
•   te whakaatu i ngä whakakitenga i roto o
    Aotearoa (tirohia a Domestic Touring kei
    te whärangi 37)




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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maori
   -      -
 ngA toi MAori                           -                    -
                                      Ng a tauira tikanga toi a iwi
                                           -
                                      E watea ana te whakataetae                       Mö ngä tono waka tirohia ngä aratohu waka      ngä ataata, ngä ngohe me ngä kaupapa ränei

                                         -           -      - -
                                      whangainga putea mo nga
                                                                                       a Te Waka Toi kei to tätou pae tukutuku
                                                                                       www.creativenz.govt.nz/maoriarts kei raro i
                                                                                                                                      e hängai ana ki ngä hua o te marautanga
                                                                                                                                      mätauranga ä-motu, me/ngä whakaritenga mö
                                                      -
                                      kaupapa toi M aori kei roto                      ngä Puka me ngä Aratohu.                       ngä tohu mätauranga/ränei. Ka pä tënei ki ngä
                                           -            -
                                      i nga tikanga toi a iwi e                        te reo
                                                                                                                                      köhanga reo me ngä kura kaupapa Mäori.
                                                                                                                                        -         -
                                                                                                                                      Nga kiko mo te pouaka whakaata
                                      whai ake nei.                                    Ngä kaupapa e whakanui ana, e whakapakari
                                                                                       ana i te reo, tae atu ki ngä:                  me te reo irirangi
                                        -
                                      nga toi a te marae                               • pukapuka                                     Kare a Toi Aotearoa e tautoko ana i ngä
                                                                                       •   tänga (ina koa, ngä waiata, ngä pïrakau,   kaupapa e hängai ana ki te whakawhanake
                                      Ngä wänanga tohutohu i te mätauranga
                                                                                           ngä kïwaha, me ngä pepeha)                 me te whakaatu i ngä kiko mö te pouaka
                                      me ngä pükenga o ngä toi Mäori tuku iho
                                                                                                                                      whakaata me te reo irirangi.
                                      pënei i te:                                      •   mahi whakaari
                                      • karanga, whaikörero, te reo Mäori, möteatea                                                   Mehemea he orite tö kaupapa ki tënei,
                                                                                       •   ngä wänanga reo.
                                        and pao                                                                                       äkene pea ka taea e koe te tono pütea mai
                                                                                       Mö ngä tono reo tä pukapuka tirohia            i a NZ On Air: panuitia te wähanga tono kei
                                      •    te räranga whäriki, me te whatu käkahu.
                                                                                       ngä aratohu tä pukapuka a Te Waka              te wätea kei te pae tukutuku o NZ On Air,
                                                                                       Toi kei to tätou pae tukutuku                  www.nzonair.govt.nz.
                                          Kua kore a Te Waka Toi e tautoko i ngä       www.creativenz.govt.nz/maoriarts
                                          kaupapa whakahou wharenui ara te             kei raro i ngä Puka me ngä Aratohu.            Mehemea he patai ou e pä ana ki te
                                          whakairo, te tukutuku, me te kowhaiwhai.                                                    whakawhanake me te whakaatu i ngä kiko
                                                                                       Mö ngä tono reo tänga waiata tirohia
                                                                                                                                      mö te pouaka whakaata me te reo irirangi,
                                          Haere ki te pae tukutuku o Te Tari           ngä aratohu tänga waiata a Te Waka
                                                                                                                                      whakapä atu ki tëtahi o ngä kaimahi o Toi
                                          Taiwhenua www.dia.govt.nz tirohia            Toi kei to tätou pae tukutuku
                                                                                                                                      Aotearoa (mö ngä whakapätanga tirohia te
                                          te wähanga tono pütea Marae and              www.creativenz.govt.nz/maoriarts
                                                                                                                                      whärangi 130).
                                          Heritage Facilities.                         kei raro i ngä Puka me ngä Aratohu.
                                                                                                                                           - -
                                                                                                                                      Toi Papaho
                                                                                             -     -
                                                                                       Ehara enei putea whakataetae
                                                                                         -
                                                                                       whangainga mo:-                                •   Ataata waiata
                                      Waka                                                                                            •   Ngä kiriata poto, pakiwaitara ränei,
                                      •    te hanga waka                                 -                    -
                                                                                       Nga kaupapa a te Tari Matauranga                   me ngä kaupapa ataata (Tirohia te pae
                                      •    te whakaräkei i tëtahi waka Mäori tüturu.   Käore ngä pütea whakataetae e ähei ki te           tukutuku o te NZ Film Commission,
                                                                                       tautoko i ngä rauemi toi mätauranga,               www.nzfilm.co.nz).



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Toi Ake
I takatüria a Toi Ake mö te iwi whänui                Ki te tono mai koe kia Toi Ake me whai koe i
me ngä rehetoi kia tötika te hängai ki te             ngä wähanga 6,7, me te 8 a me whakakiihia      Kua kore a Te Waka Toi e tautoko i
                                                                                                     ngä kaupapa whakahou wharenui




                                                                                                                                              - Toi Maori
whanaketanga me te pupuri i ngä toi Mäori             i te puka kei muri i te pukapuka nei. Me
tuku iho, tae noa ki ngä toi o näianei.               maumahara ki a tirohia te whärangi 5 kei te    ara te whakairo, te tukutuku, me te
                                                      wähanga puka ara ngä hua. Ngä kaupapa          kowhaiwhai.
E rua ngä wähanga mö ngä tono mö Toi Ake:
                                                      katoa e pä ana mö Toi ake me hono tö           Haere ki te pae tukutuku o Te Tari
                   -       -
1. Te whakamahi i te tahi mahere                      kaupapa ki tenei hua.                          Taiwhenua www.dia.govt.nz tirohia
   rautaki toi                                                                                       te wähanga tono pütea Marae and




                                                                                                                                                     -
                                                      'Ko	ngä	hapori	Mäori	e	manaaki	ana,		
Ka tautokongia a Toi Ake i te iwi, hapu, ngä          e	whakawhanake	me	te	tuku	i	ngä	               Heritage Facilities.
roopu taura here, ki te mahi i tëtahi mähere          tikanga,	toi	tuku	iho.'	
rautaki toi e whakaatu ana i ngä hiahia a te
                                                      E rua ngä wähanga tono pütea mö
iwi, hapu, me ngä roopu taura here.
                                                      Toi Ake ia tau:
                                                      •   4 Poutüterangi 2011
Ka taea te whakauru ki roto i tö mähere
rautaki toi ngä kaupapa pënei i ngä mahi a
                                                      •   2 Mahuru 2011
Te Whare Pora, ngä kaupapa reo pënei i te             Whakapä atu kia Haniko Te Kurapa Tumu
karanga, whaikörero, me te whakapapa me               Whakahaere Hotaka Toi Mäori ki te ata
ngä toi o inaianei.                                   körero mö tö kaupapa i mua i tö tono.
                                                      Waea: 04 473 0182
             -    -     -
2. Te tono putea mo te mahere
                                                      Imeera: haniko.tekurapa@creativenz.govt.nz.

   rautaki toi
Ki te tautokohia a Te Waka Toi i tëtahi




                                                                                                                                           Ng a
mähere rautaki toi kei reira te hononga me
te whakaaetanga a te hapu, te iwi, me ngä
roopu taura here ki te whakahaere i o rätou
kaupapa toi i roto i to rätou hapori.




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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Media arts
         67
media
 MEDIA ARTS                        Media arts priorities
                                   •	Collaborative                projects including residencies.
                                   •	Criticaldialogue and discourse through
                                      symposia, documentation and publications.
                                   •	Research            and creation of new work.
                                   These artform priorities and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
                                   artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.




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Media arts activities
These are examples of media                           •   visits by international critics that will
arts activities that fit the criteria                     directly benefit New Zealand media arts
for Contestable Funding:                                  and artists (see Bringing international
                                                          artists to New Zealand on page 35)
•   community arts projects (see Community
    arts on page 36)                                  •   workshops, wänanga, fono, forums,
                                                          masterclasses, seminars and other
•   international opportunities for creative
                                                          opportunities for creative and professional
    and professional development for
                                                          development for New Zealand media
    New Zealand media artists and practitioners
                                                          artists and practitioners.
    (see International professional development
    or postgraduate study on page 36)
•   researching or creating a new




                                                                                                        Media arts
    New Zealand media artwork
•   researching, writing and publishing
    critical writing about New Zealand
    media arts and artists (see Artform
    publications on page 35)




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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media
 MEDIA ARTS                        Media arts guidelines
                                   Applying for Media arts funding                  We will prioritise projects that encourage        Media arts funding is noT
                                   Media arts funding can support a variety         collaboration and partnerships. However,          available for:
                                   of artistic practices that use digital or        projects must be mainly focused on arts           •   projects mainly intended to be distributed
                                   analogue technologies within a screen-based,     outcomes, rather than on technology or                through television or radio (see Content
                                   electronic, internet or mobile phone domain.     commercial research and development.                  for television or radio on page 10)
                                   Please note that the Independent Filmmakers      Your application should show evidence             •   educational videos
                                   Fund has been discontinued.                      of innovation (see Glossary on page 124),         •   film festivals
                                   Media arts projects may include:                 both in relation to the central idea and
                                                                                                                                      •   music videos
                                                                                    to the process for the project.
                                   •   animation                                                                                      •   projects to be assessed as part of the
                                   •   experimental or dance films                  The process section of your application must          course work for tertiary study
                                                                                    include information on how you will evaluate
                                   •   experimental sound/audio                                                                       •   short or feature-length narrative film
                                                                                    your project and share any new knowledge.
                                   •   moving-image arts projects                                                                         or video projects (see the NZ Film
                                                                                    Applications for the national or international        Commission’s website, www.nzfilm.co.nz)
                                   •   network cultures (see Glossary on
                                                                                    presentation or distribution of media arts        •   documentaries that focus on particular
                                       page 127)
                                                                                    work must apply under the appropriate                 artforms or artists. These will continue
                                   •   web-based art projects (see Websites
                                                                                    artform category – for example, theatre or            to be supported, up to a maximum of
                                       on page 39).
                                                                                    visual arts. The appropriate artform category         $30,000, within the relevant artform
                                   Funding is available for creative development,   will depend on the nature and context of the          categories.
                                   research and development, experimentation,       work and on how audiences will engage with
                                   and the creation of new work. Types of           and respond to the work. For example, if the
                                   activities include residencies, new work         resulting work is to be presented in a gallery
                                   projects, labs and workshops, critical           context, you should apply through visual arts,
                                   dialogue and discourse, publications,            and if the work will be presented in a theatre,
                                   project documentation, and symposia.             you should apply through theatre.




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                                                         Music
                                                      Music
Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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music
 MUSIC                        Music priorities
                              •	Creation,            development and presentation of new work.
                              •	High-quality   work that engages new and
                                 diverse audiences.
                              •	Residencies   and professional development for
                                 individual artists.
                              •	Touring  of high-quality new work by emerging musicians
                                 and groups to at least three New Zealand centres.
                              These artform priorities and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
                              artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.




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Music activities
These are examples of music                           •   mentoring and internship programmes
activities that fit the criteria                          (see Mentoring on page 37)
for Contestable Funding:                              •   new recordings (see page 74)
•   commissions (see Commissions on                   •   publication of critical writing about
    page 35)                                              New Zealand music (see Artform
•   community arts projects (see Community                publications on page 35)
    arts on page 36)                                  •   publication of scores
•   competitions with a separate professional-        •   residencies in New Zealand or overseas
    development component or a significant                for New Zealand composers to produce
    focus on reaching new audiences                       new work (see Residencies on page 37)
•   creating new work                                 •   touring within New Zealand (see Domestic
•   documentary or archival projects that                 touring on page 37)
    focus on New Zealand music or a                   •   workshops, wänanga, fono, masterclasses,
    New Zealand music practitioner (support               seminars, conferences and other
    is limited to a maximum of $30,000)                   opportunities for creative and professional
•   initiatives for audience development                  development for New Zealand composers,
                                                          musicians and music practitioners
•   international professional development
    opportunities for composers or                    •   writers’ fees for new and original
    performers (see International professional            work contributing to critical discourse




                                                                                                        Music
    development or postgraduate study                     on New Zealand music.
    on page 36)
•   international touring or presenting
    (see International touring or exhibiting
    on page 39)




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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music
 MUSIC                        Music guidelines
                              Recording grants                                 Even if you are seeking funding for only one    Music publications
                              Contestable Funding support is available for     or two parts of the project, you must provide   Creative New Zealand can support the
                              the recording, manufacturing, promotion          evidence of your approach to the total          publishing of monographs, essay series,
                              and/or distribution of high-quality music        project, including recording, manufacturing,    journals, music scores and critical writing
                              works that are composed and performed by         promotion and distribution.                     about New Zealand music. For more
                              New Zealand artists and that are distinctive,    The amount requested should reflect             information about Artform publications,
                              innovative or culturally diverse.                the number of people involved and               see page 35.

                              The main focus of recording grants is to         their experience, the costs involved            The application must include evidence
                              support skilled New Zealand music artists        with delivery formats (CD, vinyl, online),      of permission to use copyright material.
                              and practitioners to record, mix and             and the scale of the project.                   Where the copyright holder has licensed
                              master high-quality audio recordings.            A maximum of $25,000 is available for           work, we will need to know what limitations
                              This includes both ‘established’ and             established artists and a maximum of            have been imposed around rights and
                              ‘emerging’ artists, for definitions see          $15,000 is available for emerging artists.      conditions that have been granted.
                              the Glossary on page 124.                                                                        Music publishers should acknowledge
                                                                               These amounts represent the maximum
                                                                                                                               whether they are APRA members.
                              It is expected that manufacturing and            support that we offer for a complete
                              distribution costs associated with a recording   recording project – that is, recording
                              for retail distribution will be recovered        (and post-production), manufacturing,
                              through sales of the recording and this          distribution and promotion.
                              should be reflected in your budget.
                                                                               If you are unsure about the amount to
                              Applications should include the following        request, you should discuss your project with
                              information:                                     a Creative New Zealand staff member before
                              •   a two-year plan for the release              you apply (contact details are on page 130).
                              •   the target audience and your
                                  promotional plans
                              •   evidence of sound management
                              •   other financial or in-kind support
                              •   promotional touring.




 74 Part A » Step 5 » Music
Support for contemporary music                        Demand                                        Contestable Funding is noT
Contestable Funding is available for:                 Contestable Funding is only available for     available for:
•   domestic and international touring                music projects that demonstrate evidence      •   developing or producing content for
                                                      of demand, unless the activity is part            television or radio (see Content for
•   professional development
                                                      of a strategic programme for reaching             television or radio on page 10)
•   recording grants.                                 new audiences or markets, or is part of       •   music videos
Before you apply, check the most                      developing new work.
                                                                                                    •   postgraduate study overseas, except
appropriate funding route for your project            Examples of demand include:                       through the Jack McGill, Butland and
with other funding organisations such
                                                      •   box-office income                             Edwin Carr Scholarships (see page 76)
as NZ On Air (www.nzonair.govt.nz)
                                                      •   demonstrated need among the target        •   projects where the manufacturing and
and the New Zealand Music Commission
                                                          audience for the activity                     distribution costs would be recovered
(www.nzmusic.org.nz).
                                                                                                        by income from retail sales or from a
                                                      •   fees from venues or presenters
Creative New Zealand works with NZ On Air                                                               record company
and the New Zealand Music Commission                  •   fees from music practitioners enrolled
                                                                                                    •   projects that have received funding from,
to ensure our funding is complementary                    in a professional development activity.
                                                                                                        or that meet the criteria of, another
and supports different aspects of popular
                                                                                                        government organisation – for example,
music activity.
                                                                                                        the New Zealand Music Commission’s
                                                                                                        ‘Outward Sound’ scheme or NZ On Air.




                                                                                                                                                    Music
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music
 MUSIC                        Music scholarships
                              Eligibility
                              Applications for the following scholarships      Note on your application form which
                              should be made in the March 2011 Arts            scholarships you’d like to be considered for.
                              Grants round.

                              To apply for any of these scholarships,
                              use the standard application and project
                              proposal forms provided in this Guide.



                                Jack McGill Music Scholarship                    Butland/Creative new Zealand                  Edwin Carr Foundation
                                This scholarship for advanced studies            Music Scholarship                             Scholarship
                                or investigations into music in an               The Butland Music Foundation was              The Edwin Carr Foundation was set
                                international setting was established            established in 1994 with interest from        up in 2004 with the purpose of making
                                in 1985 with interest from a bequest             a bequest by Jack Malfroy Butland             funds accrued in interest from the
                                by Jack Wynnegate McGill. Young music            to provide talented young musicians           estate of the late Edwin Carr available
                                practitioners wanting to further their           with opportunities to further their           as scholarships to New Zealand
                                music studies overseas are invited to apply      performance studies overseas.                 composers. New Zealand composers
                                for this scholarship. While the scholarship                                                    wanting to further their studies overseas
                                                                                 Up to $10,000 is available to support
                                is open to all instrumentalists and singers,                                                   are invited to apply for this scholarship.
                                                                                 one or more musicians per year.
                                pianists will be given priority.
                                                                                                                               Up to $25,000 is available from
                                To be eligible you must be a New Zealand                                                       the fund to support one or two
                                citizen aged 20 or older, and have                                                             composers per year.
                                completed a university degree, diploma,
                                or LTCL or LRSM qualification that is
                                related to your proposed musical studies.

                                Up to $15,000 per year is available
                                to support one or more musician.




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                                                               Pacific arts
                                                      Pacific arts
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pacific
 PACIFIC ARTS                        Pacific arts priorities
 Information on applying             •	Projectsthat preserve, develop and transmit
 for Contestable Funding
 for Pacific arts is also             Pasifika heritage artforms.
 available in the following
 seven Pasifika languages:           •	Projects that develop New Zealand Pasifika
 Samoan, Tongan, Fijian,              artists and contemporary arts practices.
 Niuean, Tokelauan,
                  -
 Cook Islands Maori and
 Tuvaluan. See our website,
 www.creativenz.govt.nz/
 pacificarts.
                                      Applying to the Pacific Arts Committee
                                      You can choose to have your application     and expressing Pasifika aspirations,          of deeper cultural values and world views
                                      considered by the Pacific Arts Committee    values and principles. It’s based on          that are specific to their own experiences
                                      if your project has a focus on supporting   these two concepts:                           as Pasifika peoples living in New Zealand.
                                      Pasifika artists, groups or organisations   •   Kaupapa – awareness of the unique         When the Pacific Arts Committee is
                                      and is of benefit and significance for          cultural perspectives of a distinct       assessing a culturally-specific heritage arts
                                      the development of Pasifika arts in             group of New Zealanders.                  application, it will replace the concept
                                      New Zealand. See page 27 to check
                                                                                  •   Pasifika – the unique cultural            of Kaupapa Pasifika with, for example,
                                      whether you’re eligible to apply to
                                                                                      perspectives and beliefs embodied in      Kaupapa Samoa, Kaupapa Fiji, Kaupapa
                                      the Pacific Arts Committee.
                                                                                      the values, customs, rituals, dance,      Tonga, and so on, for the specific Island
                                      When the Pacific Arts Committee assesses        song, language and cultural expressions   group. This is equivalent to the commonly
                                      applications it considers the extent to         of the individual Pasifika nations.       used terms ‘Fa’a Samoa’, ‘Vaka Viti’ or
                                      which Kaupapa Pasifika is evident in                                                      ’Faka Tonga’, meaning ‘the Samoan way’,
                                                                                  The combination of the two attributes
                                      the practice and results of the proposed                                                  ’the Fijian way’, or ‘the Tongan way’,
                                                                                  seeks to reflect the unique context of
                                      project. ‘Kaupapa Pasifika’ refers to                                                     and so on.
                                                                                  Aotearoa-based Pasifika communities and
                                      a foundation of understanding and
                                                                                  to help these communities express a set
                                      knowledge created by Pasifika people




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Pacific arts activities
These are examples of Pacific                         •   international travel for professional           •   touring of exhibitions or productions
arts activities that fit the criteria                     development (see International                      within New Zealand (see Domestic
for Contestable Funding:                                  professional development or postgraduate            touring on page 37)
                                                          study on page 36)                               •   workshops, fono, forums, masterclasses,
•   creating, developing and presenting
    new work                                          •   making uniforms or costumes used in a               seminars and other opportunities that
                                                          cultural performance (not buying them)              encourage creative and professional
•   community arts projects (see Community
                                                      •   mentoring and internships (see Mentoring            development for Pasifika artists.
    arts on page 36)
                                                          on page 37)
•   second or subsequent presentations of
    high-quality work to diverse audiences            •   participating in international arts festivals
                                                          and exhibitions, cultural exchanges or
•   documentation of Pasifika cultural
                                                          art symposia




                                                                                                                                                        Pacific arts
    workshops or fono for archival purposes
                                                      •   publication of exhibition catalogues, and
•   indigenous Pasifika artists from Pacific
                                                          critical writing about Pasifika artists and
    nations visiting New Zealand to share
                                                          their art (see Artform publications on
    their knowledge and culture
                                                          page 35)
•   initiatives for audience development
                                                      •   residencies in New Zealand or overseas
•   international tours or presentations
                                                          (see Residencies on page 37)
    (see International touring or exhibiting
    on page 39)




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pacific
 PACIFIC ARTS                        Artform and cultural arts practices examples
                                                                                             –   importing raw materials                       Film and moving-image art
                                         Contestable Funding is available for
                                                                                             –   tapa-making                                   •   documentary projects that focus on a
                                         Pasifika arts activities within the
                                         following types of artforms and cultural            –   weaving                                           particular artform or artist (support is
                                         arts practices.                                                                                           limited to a maximum of $30,000).
                                                                                         •   festivals or gatherings (such as workshops
                                                                                             or fono) that support learning and sharing        Inter-arts
                                                                                             of knowledge for Pasifika crafts and
                                     This section sets out, under artform headings:                                                            •   experienced artists from different artform
                                                                                             handicrafts
                                     •   some more examples of Pasifika arts                                                                       backgrounds (such as music, dance or
                                                                                         •   language maintenance projects that                    literature) working together to devise or
                                         activities able to be supported through
                                                                                             encourage the preservation and                        create a new work that draws on their
                                         Contestable Funding
                                                                                             transmission of a Pasifika language                   collective experiences (see Inter-arts on
                                     •   restrictions on particular activities.
                                                                                             (such as Samoan, Tongan, Fijian, Niuean,              page 49).
                                                                                             Tokelauan, Cook Islands Mäori and
                                     Heritage arts/Traditional arts                                                                            Creative New Zealand uses the term ‘inter-
                                                                                             Tuvaluan, for example:
                                     Creative New Zealand uses the term ‘Heritage                                                              arts’ to mean forms of arts practice that use
                                                                                             –   oral history
                                     arts’ to mean the artistic expressions and                                                                skills and techniques drawn from the range
                                     forms reflecting a particular cultural tradition        –   publications relating to heritage artforms.   of artforms or cultural arts practices that we
                                     practised by a Pacific Island group or nation.                                                            support (see page 40 for a full list).
                                                                                         Design
                                     Pasifika communities, cultural groups, arts                                                               Inter-arts applications will have a singular
                                                                                         •   research and initial development
                                     groups and individuals based in New Zealand                                                               artistic vision that combines artforms and/or
                                                                                             of the new work, and
                                     that wish to preserve, develop and transmit                                                               cultural arts practices, or integrates existing
                                                                                         •   public presentation of the new work
                                     a particular heritage artform or cultural arts                                                            artform practices, processes and techniques
                                                                                             but not its commercial production.
                                     practice can apply for Contestable Funding                                                                into their own distinct artform. An inter-arts
                                     for the following types of activities:                                                                    application is likely to include experimental
                                                                                         Dance
                                                                                                                                               and hybrid practices, and exploratory or
                                     •   Pasifika crafts and handicrafts, for example:   •   cultural performances, traditional dance
                                                                                                                                               integrative processes.
                                         –   tivaevae                                        or costume-making
                                         –   tatau (traditional tattoo)                  •   devising, rehearsing and premiering new
                                         –   canoe building                                  dance works (see Dance on page 45)
                                         –   carving                                     •   digital documentation of dance
                                                                                             productions (see Dance on page 45).
                                         –   costume-making


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                              arts
Literature                                            Publishing subsidies – including                Contestable Funding is not
•   writing or publications on                        publishers’ block grants                        available for the following
    Pasifika heritage arts                            Creative New Zealand provides incentives        literature activities:
•   critical writing on Pasifika arts,                for publishers to publish high-quality          •   fees for individual students to attend a
    Pasifika artists or specific artforms             New Zealand literature, taking into account         writing workshop or fono, or a course
                                                      any potential profit a publisher is likely to       or seminar
Creative New Zealand’s genre priorities               make when the books are sold. These are         •   literary magazines or journals by
for literature funding are:                           available in the form of subsidies at set           student collectives
•   autobiography/memoir                              rates and can be applied for as:
                                                                                                      •   newsletters
•   biography                                         •   publishing subsidies (through Arts Grants
                                                                                                      •   writing projects by unpublished writers
•   children’s fiction                                    and Quick Response Grants), or




                                                                                                                                                          Pacific arts
                                                                                                      •   screenplay writing and scripts for television
•   creative non-fiction (see Glossary                •   publishers’ block grants (through
                                                                                                          or radio (but you may be eligible for
    on page 123)                                          Arts Development Investments).
                                                                                                          funding through NZ On Air, see their
•   essays                                            For a list of the subsidies and for the             website, www.nzonair.govt.nz)
•   fiction                                           publishing guidelines and budget template,      •   self-promotional activities, including
                                                      see our website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/            touring
•   graphic novels with a strong literary
                                                      literature.
    element                                                                                           •   self-publishing projects (see Glossary
•   histories                                         If your project is for a publication in an          on page 128).
                                                      artform other than literature (visual arts,
•   illustration of children’s books
                                                      for example), see the guidelines for
•   literary criticism
                                                      Artform publications on page 35.
•   poetry.




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pacific
 PACIFIC ARTS                        Artform and cultural arts practices examples
                                      -
                                     Maori arts                                      Recording grants                                     government organisation – for example,
                                     Contestable Funding is available for            Recording grants are available to support            the New Zealand Music Commission’s
                                     indigenous	links projects involving:            skilled New Zealand music artists and                ‘Outward Sound’ scheme or NZ On Air
                                                                                     practitioners to record, mix and master              (see Support for contemporary music
                                     •   Pasifika artists working in collaboration
                                                                                     high-quality audio recordings. This includes         on page 75).
                                         with Mäori artists
                                                                                     both established and emerging artists. (For
                                     •   workshops, wänanga or fono for sharing                                                       Theatre
                                                                                     definitions of ‘established’ and ‘emerging’
                                         ideas between artforms and cultures.                                                         •   skills workshops run by experienced
                                                                                     artists see the Glossary on page 124.)
                                     Artists working on a collaborative project                                                           directors or producers
                                                                                     Recording grants are also available for the
                                     between Mäori and Pasifika artists may                                                           •   touring a theatre production within
                                                                                     recording, manufacturing, promotion or
                                     need to make separate applications for the                                                           New Zealand (see Domestic touring
                                                                                     distribution of high-quality music works
                                     different components of the project’s budget                                                         on page 37)
                                                                                     that are composed and performed
                                     – that is, to Te Waka Toi for the Mäori                                                          •   writing, rehearsing and presenting
                                                                                     by New Zealand artists and that are
                                     component of the budget, and to the Pacific                                                          premiere theatre productions
                                                                                     distinctive, innovative or culturally diverse.
                                     Arts Committee for the Pasifika component.
                                                                                                                                      •   digital documentation of theatre
                                     Contact a Creative New Zealand staff            Contestable Funding is not                           productions (see Theatre on page 87).
                                     member before you apply for a collaborative     available for:
                                     project (contact details are on page 130).                                                       Demand
                                                                                     •   developing or producing content for
                                                                                         television or radio (see Content for         Contestable Funding is only available for
                                     Music
                                                                                         television or radio on page 10)              theatre applications that demonstrate
                                     •   manufacturing and distribution costs
                                                                                     •   music videos                                 evidence of demand, unless the project is
                                         (mainly for traditional Pasifika music
                                                                                                                                      part of a strategic programme for reaching
                                         projects)                                   •   postgraduate study overseas, except
                                                                                                                                      new audiences or markets or is part of the
                                     •   new music recording grants for                  through the Jack McGill, Butland and
                                                                                                                                      development of new work.
                                         contemporary Pasifika musicians                 Edwin Carr Scholarships (see Music
                                                                                         on page 76)                                  Examples of demand include:
                                     •   researching and recording traditional
                                                                                     •   projects where the manufacturing             •   box-office income
                                         Pasifika music.
                                                                                         and distribution costs would be              •   demonstrated need among the target
                                                                                         recovered by income from sales                   audience for the activity
                                                                                         or from a record company
                                                                                                                                      •   fees from venues or presenters
                                                                                     •   projects that have received funding from,
                                                                                                                                      •   fees from theatre practitioners enrolled
                                                                                         or that meet the criteria of, another
                                                                                                                                          in a professional development course.

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                                                      Pan-artform festivals
                                   Pan-artform festivals
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festival
 PAN-ARTFORM
 FESTIVALS                                    Pan-artform festival priority
 Creative New Zealand                         •	The  commissioning and/or presentation
 defines ‘pan-artform
 festival’ as an activity                        of well-curated programmes of high-quality
 or series of events that                        New Zealand arts that engage diverse
 meets all of these criteria:
 •	 involves at least three
                                                 communities.
    artforms
                                              This artform priority and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
 •	 the main focus is on
                                              artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.
    the development or
    presentation of the arts,
    including community
    participation in the arts
 •	 has an overall
    artistic vision and a
    programme that is
    conceived, produced,
    curated, marketed
    and presented as an
    integrated package
 •	 occurs within a defined
    area or region and
    within a defined period
    of time
 •	 engages the community
    through participation
    and attendance.


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                                                      Pan-artform festivals
Pan-artform festival activities
These are examples of pan-artform
festival activities that fit the
criteria for Contestable Funding:
•   commissioning or employing
    New Zealand artists to create new
    work (see Commissions on page 35)
•   community arts projects (see Community
    arts on page 36)
•   initiatives for audience development
•   presenting and promoting New Zealand
    work in diverse sites and contexts
•   presenting and promoting New Zealand
    work that engages diverse audiences
    in New Zealand and overseas
•   workshops, wänanga, fono, forums,
    masterclasses, seminars and other
    opportunities for creative and professional
    development for New Zealand pan-artform
    festival artists and practitioners.




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festival
 PAN-ARTFORM
 FESTIVALS                                    Pan-artform festival guidelines
                                              Track record                                Eligibility for Arts Development               Preparing your application
                                              Pan-artform festivals that already have     Investments                                    You should include the specific template
                                              a successful track record of receiving      To apply for an Arts Development Investment    for applications for pan-artform festivals,
                                              Contestable Funding can apply for an        a pan-artform festival must have a track       which is available on our website,
                                              integrated programme of New Zealand work.   record of:                                     www.creativenz.govt.nz/pan-artform
                                                                                          • receiving Contestable Funding to deliver     festivals.
                                              Pan-artform festivals yet to establish
                                                                                             integrated programmes of New Zealand
                                              this track record can apply for specific                                                   If you’re applying for funding for a pan-
                                                                                             work for at least two previous festivals.
                                              components involving particular                                                            artform festival involving an integrated
                                              artforms – theatre, for example.                                                           programme of work, there is specific artistic
                                                                                                                                         support material that you must include.
                                                                                                                                         See Step 7, Guidelines for artistic support
                                                                                                                                         material, on page 107.

                                                                                                                                         You should also include financial and
                                                                                                                                         audience information relating to the whole
                                                                                                                                         festival and not just the specific activities
                                                                                                                                         you are applying for.

                                                                                                                                         You must discuss your application with a
                                                                                                                                         Creative New Zealand staff member before
                                                                                                                                         you apply (contact details are on page 130).




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                                                           Theatre
                                                      Theatre
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theatre
 THEATRE                        Theatre priorities
                                •	High-quality   work that engages new and
                                   diverse audiences.
                                •	The   second and subsequent presentations
                                   of high-quality work in New Zealand.
                                •	Tours    of high-quality New Zealand work
                                   to at least three New Zealand centres.
                                These artform priorities and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
                                artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.




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Theatre activities
These are examples of theatre                         •   international touring of a New Zealand          •   workshops, wänanga or fono to develop
activities that fit the criteria                          theatre production (see International               a production concept
for Contestable Funding:                                  Touring or Exhibiting on page 39)               •   workshops, wänanga, fono, forums,
•   commissions (see Commissions on                   •   mentoring and internship programmes                 masterclasses, seminars and other
    page 35)                                              (see Mentoring on page 37)                          opportunities for creative and professional
                                                      •   rehearsing and presenting premiere                  development for New Zealand directors,
•   community arts projects (see Community
                                                          theatre productions to New Zealand                  playwrights, producers, actors, theatre
    arts on page 36)
                                                          audiences                                           designers and technicians
•   creating theatre productions using new
                                                      •   rehearsing and presenting previously            •   writing a play script.
    media, digital arts or film-based skills and
    technologies (see Film and moving-image               produced work for New Zealand
    art, on page 36)                                      audiences
•   devising theatre productions                      •   researching, writing and publishing critical
                                                          writing about New Zealand theatre
•   documentary or archival projects that
                                                          (see Artform publications on page 35)
    focus on theatre or a theatre practitioner
    or organisation (support is limited to a          •   residencies in New Zealand or overseas
    maximum of $30,000)                                   (see Residencies on page 37)




                                                                                                                                                            Theatre
•   initiatives for audience development              •   touring a theatre production within
                                                          New Zealand (see Domestic touring
•   international opportunities for creative
                                                          on page 37)
    or professional development for a
    New Zealand director, playwright,                 •   visits by international theatre practitioners
    producer, actor, theatre designer or                  that will directly benefit New Zealand
    technician (see International professional            theatre (see Bringing international
    development or postgraduate study                     artists to New Zealand on page 35)
    on page 36)




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theatre
 THEATRE                        Theatre guidelines
                                Digital documentation of                        Demand
                                theatre productions                             Contestable Funding is only available
                                If you’re applying for Contestable Funding      for theatre applications that demonstrate
                                for the premiere of a New Zealand theatre       evidence of demand, unless the project is
                                production, we recommend that you include       part of a strategic programme for reaching
                                up to $5,000 in your budget to make a           new audiences or markets or is part of the
                                high-quality DVD recording of the production    development of new work. Examples of
                                to digitally document the work.                 demand include:

                                We’re more likely to fund your proposal to      •   box-office income
                                digitally document a work if you can show       •   demonstrated need among the
                                that an experienced digital arts practitioner       target audience for the activity
                                is involved.                                    •   fees from venues or presenters
                                Contestable Funding is not available for        •   fees from theatre practitioners enrolled
                                projects that are mainly intended to be             in a professional development course.
                                distributed through television or radio (see
                                Content for television or radio on page 10).




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                                                              Visual arts
                                                      Visual arts
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visual
 VISUAL ARTS                        Visual arts priorities
                                    •	Creation            of new work.
                                    •	Creative  and professional development and
                                       residencies for individual artists and practitioners.
                                    •	High-quality                New Zealand work in international
                                       contexts.
                                    •	Independent    non-commercial project spaces and
                                       exhibitions focusing on contemporary practice.
                                    These artform priorities and activities refer to projects by New Zealand
                                    artists and practitioners, including Mäori and Pasifika applicants.




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Visual arts activities
These are examples of visual                          •   dealer galleries attending international       •   organising or attending conferences
arts activities that fit the criteria                     art fairs and publishers attending             •   collaborative projects involving other
for Contestable Funding:                                  international art book fairs (you must             arts practitioners and artforms
    commissions (see Commissions on                       discuss your proposal with a Creative
•                                                                                                        •   researching or creating new bodies
    page 35)                                              New Zealand staff member before you
                                                                                                             of work
                                                          apply, contact details are on page 130)
•   commissions for public artwork                                                                       •   residencies in New Zealand or overseas
    (see Commissions on page 35)                      •   documentary or archival projects that              (see Residencies on page 37)
                                                          focus on a particular artform or artist
•   commissioning, researching, writing,                                                                 •   visits by international critics and curators
                                                          (support is limited to a maximum of
    producing, publishing or distributing                                                                    that will directly benefit New Zealand
                                                          $30,000)
    exhibition catalogues, monographs,                                                                       visual arts and artists (See Bringing
    essay series, and critical writing about          •   initiatives for audience development               international artists to New Zealand




                                                                                                                                                            Visual arts
    New Zealand visual artists and arts               •   international opportunities for professional       on page 35)
    (see Artform publications on page 35)                 or creative development for New Zealand        •   workshops, wänanga, fono, forums,
•   community arts projects (see Community                visual artists and practitioners (see              masterclasses, seminars and other
    arts on page 36)                                      International professional development             opportunities for creative and professional
•   crating and freighting an exhibition                  or postgraduate study on page 36)                  development for New Zealand visual
    of work to tour within New Zealand                •   international touring of high-quality and          artists and practitioners.
    (see Domestic touring on page 37)                     distinctive New Zealand visual artworks
•   creating New Zealand work for exhibition              (see International touring or exhibiting
    within New Zealand at public spaces or art            on page 39)
    galleries (priority will usually be given to      •   mentoring and internship programmes
    exhibitions held at public art galleries)             (see Mentoring on page 37)




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visual
 VISUAL ARTS                        Visual arts guidelines
                                    Commissions for public artwork                    International film festival                     Artform publications
                                    Contestable Funding for the commissioning         attendance                                      See the ‘Activities’ section in Step 5
                                    of permanent public artwork will be directed      Directors can apply for a Contestable           on page 35 for the Artform publications
                                    towards the artists’ fees and material costs.     Funding travel grant to attend international    guidelines.
                                                                                      non A-list film festivals for film screenings
                                    In your application you’ll need to:                                                               These criteria apply to the publishing of
                                                                                      if you have received production or
                                    • provide details of:                                                                             exhibition catalogues, monographs, journals
                                                                                      post-production funding from the Screen
                                        – the selection process, including                                                            and critical writing about New Zealand
                                                                                      Innovation Production Fund (SIPF) or
                                          the composition and expertise                                                               visual arts, artists and practitioners.
                                                                                      the Independent Filmmakers Fund (IFF).
                                          of the selection committee
                                                                                                                                      Creative New Zealand requires that
                                        – the selected artists                        You must include the letter of invitation
                                                                                                                                      publications have a tailored distribution
                                        – the proposed project                        from the international film festival with
                                                                                                                                      strategy, co-publishing partnership, or
                                    •   explain the national relevance of             your application.
                                                                                                                                      independent publisher/gallery that has
                                        the artwork                                   For more information, see International         previous experience in producing and
                                    •   explain how the project is consistent         professional development or postgraduate        distributing visual arts publications.
                                        with the local or regional public             study on page 36.
                                                                                                                                      We are also able to support artists’ books.
                                        artwork strategy
                                                                                      To attend an A-list festival with your film,    We don’t expect that these books will
                                    •   include a letter from the local territorial   contact the New Zealand Film Commission,        include critical discourse, but applications
                                        authority confirming:                         www.nzfilm.co.nz, for assistance.               must include information about the
                                        – their interest in and financial
                                                                                                                                      design concept, print run and distribution.
                                           commitment to the project                  New media and digital arts
                                        – the long-term maintenance plan
                                                                                      For new media and digital arts projects,
                                           for the proposed artwork                   see Media arts on page 67.
                                        – how they’ll ensure best practice for

                                           copyright protection for the artist
                                    •   provide a copy of the proposed contract
                                        with the artist.




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                                                                                            Part B
                                                      Completing and compiling your application

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                                                                    Part B » Step 6 » Templates for project proposals and budgets for Arts Grants, Quick Response Grants and Toi Ake   95
96
                                                                              Step 6
                        Templates for project proposals and budgets
                 for Arts Grants, Quick Response Grants and Toi Ake
       Fill out the application form and write your project proposal, including a budget
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Outline of Step 6
Template for writing your
project proposal
                                                        Format for your
                                                        project proposal                                              All applications will be assessed for
All applications to Creative New Zealand for            Your project proposal must be:                                their ability to develop and present
Contestable Funding must include a project              • printed on A4-size (210mm x 297mm),

proposal (with a budget) to be submitted                  standard-weight paper or US letter-size                     high-quality art or high-quality arts
                                                                                                                      experiences for audiences or participants.
along with the application form (at the back              (216mm x 279mm)
of this Guide) and may also include artistic            •   bulldog-clipped (not bound or in a folder)
support material (see Step 7 on page 107).
                                                        If you provide your project proposal in
Your project proposal should answer the                 any other format, it will be ineligible.
questions set out in the template below.
These questions are designed to help us                 If you’re applying for an Arts	Development	
and our assessors understand what you                   Investment, see our website,
want to do. The more effectively you                    www.creativenz.govt.nz/adip, for the
answer these questions, the stronger                    project proposal template and contact
your application will be.                               a Creative New Zealand staff member
                                                        (contact details are on page 130).
Set out your answers in a separate document
and write the question before each answer.
                                                            It	is	important	that	you	keep	a		
This project proposal template is available
                                                            copy	of	your	project	proposal		
as a Word document on our website,
                                                            for	your	own	records.
www.creativenz.govt.nz/forms.




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Template for writing
your project proposal
    1                               What: the idea or kaupapa/He aha                                       2                                            -
                                                                                                                                      How: the process/Pehea te whakatutuki

    What is it                      Explain the central idea or kaupapa of your project. You’ll            How will                   Make sure you tell us how, when and where the project
                                    be assessed on how strong and how well-developed it is.                                           will occur, what success will look like, and how you’ll
    you want                                                                                               you carry                  measure the project’s success.
    to do?                                                                                                 out and                    You’ll be assessed on:
                                                                                                           evaluate                   • how viable the processes you’ve explained are, and

                                                                                                                                          how you plan to evaluate the completed project.
                                                                                                           the project?
                                                                                                                                      •


                                                                                                                                      This section should include (where appropriate):
                                                                                                                                      •  a letter of acceptance from the relevant institution
                                                                                                                                         (if it’s a professional study opportunity)
                                                                                                                                      •   a timeline
                                                                                                                                      •   invitations or written agreements to present or
                                                                                                                                          distribute your work
                                                                                                                                      •   letters of recommendation or support from up to
                                                                                                                                          three relevant referees
                                                                                                                                      •   professional assessments (for example, from script
                                                                                                                                          advisers, dramaturges or directors).




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    3                                                   - -
                               Who: the people/Ko wai nga tangata                                                      4                              -
                                                                                                                                       The budget/Te putea

    Who is                     You’ll be assessed on the level of ability and experience
                                                                                                                       How much        You’ll be assessed on the credibility and accuracy of
                               of the individuals or organisations involved in your project.                                           the supporting financial information that you provide
    involved?                                                                                                          will it cost?   in your budget.
                               This section should include (if appropriate)
                               •   brief biographical information on the key individuals                                               See page 103 for advice on putting together your budget and
                                   or organisations involved – no more than one page                                                   page 105 for the budget template. You must use the headings
                                   for each person or organisation                                                                     in the template in the same order. If there are budget lines
                                                                                                                                       in the template that don’t apply to your project, simply write
                               •   letters of invitation – for example, projects that strengthen
                                                                                                                                       ‘N/A’ (for ‘not applicable’) in the right-hand column.
                                   links with indigenous Pacific peoples and other nations
                                   should include a letter of invitation from the host nation;                                         If you have complex budget information we recommend
                                   or a letter from an overseas educational institution                                                that you seek the advice of a Creative New Zealand staff
                                   confirming your acceptance on a course                                                              member before you apply (contact details are on page 130).
                               •   written confirmation of availability of the key people                                              Groups or organisations requesting $50,000 or	more
                                   involved in the project – for example, choreographers                                               may be required to provide evidence that they are well-run
                                   should include letters or emails from the dance                                                     and financially sound. We encourage you to include this
                                   practitioners involved.                                                                             evidence with your application where possible.

                                                                                                                                       Evidence may include:
                                                                                                                                       •   independently verified accounts
                                                                                                                                       •   a sound business plan
                                                                                                                                       •   details of the level of investment
                                                                                                                                           from other sources
                                                                                                                                       •   details of sound governance
                                                                                                                                       •   evidence of community support.




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Questions 5, 6 or 7 may not be relevant to your type of project. The definitions of ‘cultural diversity’, ‘Mätauranga Mäori’, ‘Kaupapa Pasifika’, ‘innovation’
and ‘community arts participation’ are set out alongside to help you work out whether or not they’re relevant. Comment only where they are relevant to your project.



  5                                                              -
                                            Cultural diversity, Matauranga                                                                                                               of traditional artforms of ethnic artists,
                                                                                                                        Cultural diversity: Creative New Zealand’s concept
                                             -
                                            Maori or Kaupapa Pasifika                                                   of cultural diversity is set out in the Cultural Diversity       as well as the hybrid artforms that are
                                                                                                                        Strategy endorsed by the Arts Council at its June                created through New Zealand’s unique

  Complete one                              EITHER                                                                      2006 meeting. Developed in partnership with
                                                                                                                        tängata whenua, the strategy’s notion of cultural
                                                                                                                                                                                         range of cultural influences.
                                            Arts Board applications – explain how the practice                                                                                       •   Raising awareness, understanding and
  according to                              and results of the project are culturally diverse.
                                                                                                                        diversity encompasses both ethnic and community                  respect for culturally diverse arts.
                                                                                                                        diversity, and has the following features:
  the funding                               OR                                                                          •   Promoting inclusion: all of New Zealand’s
                                                                                                                                                                                     •   Encouraging and supporting active
                                                                                                                                                                                         participation in the arts by all New Zealanders:
  body you                                  Te Waka Toi applications – explain how the                                      cultural and ethnic communities have a
                                                                                                                            voice in the arts.
                                                                                                                                                                                         ensuring that more culturally diverse art is
                                            practice and results of the project are based                                                                                                visible and available to all New Zealanders.
  have selected                             on Mätauranga Mäori.                                                        •   Preserving uniqueness and cultural identity:             •   Diversification of audience profile: audiences
                                                                                                                            New Zealand’s unique cultures are protected                  have access to arts that reflect the
                                            OR                                                                              and preserved.                                               communities of New Zealand.
                                            Pacific Arts Committee applications – explain                               •   Diversification of artforms: arts programmes             •   Increasing employment opportunities: there are
                                            how the practice and results of the project are                                 will reflect the range of artforms, values and               increasing opportunities for people from a range
                                            based on Kaupapa Pasifika.                                                      beliefs of New Zealand’s diverse artists. This               of ethnic groups to work in the arts, including
                                                                                                                            can include the reflection and encouragement                 in management and governance positions.



    Mätauranga Mäori: Mätauranga Mäori generally             draws on knowledge systems such as whakapapa               Kaupapa Pasifika: When the Pacific Arts                      The combination of the two attributes seeks to
    refers to Mäori knowledge systems and values.            (genealogy), tikanga Mäori (Mäori protocol),               Committee assesses applications it considers the             reflect the unique context of Aotearoa-based Pasifika
    All funding proposals submitted to Te Waka Toi           manaaki (hospitality and consideration), taonga            extent to which Kaupapa Pasifika is evident in               communities and to help these communities express
    are assessed in terms of how far Mätauranga              tuku iho Mäori (treasured arts and heritage).              the practice and results of the proposed project.            a set of deeper cultural values and world views
    Mäori is evident in the practice and results                                                                        ‘Kaupapa Pasifika’ refers to a foundation of                 that are specific to their own experiences as
                                                             The term can be specific to iwi or hapü or
    of the proposed activity.                                                                                           understanding and knowledge created by Pasifika              Pasifika peoples living in New Zealand.
                                                             whänau, and the unique characteristics of these
                                                                                                                        people and expressing Pasifika aspirations, values
    Mätauranga Mäori literally translated means              groups are taught and passed through generations                                                                   When the Pacific Arts Committee is assessing a
                                                                                                                        and principles. It’s based on these two concepts:
    ‘Mäori knowledge’. It’s a modern term that               to maintain their own distinctive identities.                                                                      culturally-specific heritage arts application, it will
    broadly includes traditions, values, concepts,                                                                      •   Kaupapa – awareness of the unique cultural          replace the concept of Kaupapa Pasifika with, for
                                                             Mätauranga Mäori is not necessarily accessible                 perspectives of a distinct group of New Zealanders. example, Kaupapa Samoa, Kaupapa Fiji, Kaupapa
    philosophies, world views and understandings
                                                             to everyone. In traditional Mäori society, certain
    derived from uniquely Mäori cultural points of                                                                      •   Pasifika – the unique cultural perspectives and Tonga, and so on, for the specific Island group. This is
                                                             aspects of ritual, lore and whakapapa were
    view. It traverses customary and contemporary                                                                           beliefs embodied in the values, customs, rituals, equivalent to the commonly used terms ‘Fa’a Samoa’,
                                                             restricted to particular individuals or groups
    systems of knowledge. In everyday situations,                                                                           dance, song, language and cultural expressions ‘Vaka Viti’ or ‘Faka Tonga’, meaning ‘the Samoan
                                                             because of the sacred or dangerous nature
    Mätauranga Mäori is an umbrella term that                                                                               of the individual Pasifika nations.                 way’, ‘the Fijian way’, or ‘the Tongan way’, and so on.
                                                             of the knowledge.



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your project proposal
Questions 5, 6 or 7 may not be relevant to your type of project. The definitions of ‘cultural diversity’, ‘Mätauranga Mäori’, ‘Kaupapa Pasifika’, ‘innovation’
and ‘community arts participation’ are set out alongside to help you work out whether or not they are relevant. Comment only where they’re relevant to your project.



   6                                  Innovation                                                                       7                   Community arts participation

   Explain the                        Innovation: involves the creation of value
                                                                                                                       Describe the        Community: a community may be based
                                      out of new ideas, products, arts experiences,                                                        around a place, a cultural tradition,
   way in which                       services, or ways of doing things. An ‘innovative’                               benefits for        or commonly held interests or experiences.
   you are using                      arts practitioner will understand the skills and                                 community arts      Community arts participation: New Zealand
                                      techniques required by their area of arts practice,
   innovation in                      but will not rely on established ideas, forms or ways                            participation       communities actively participating in and
                                                                                                                                           developing the arts. Members of the particular
   the creation                       of working. They will be actively investigating new                              that your project   community must be actively involved in making
                                      ways of working and will be taking artistic risks.
   and/or                                                                                                              can offer.          or presenting the art, rather than being simply an
                                      Actual innovation will depend on context (when                                                       audience member, a reader, a viewer or a listener.
   production                         and where the project is to happen). It may exist                                Include a letter
   and/or delivery                    in the form of the work, the process of creating the
                                                                                                                       of support from
   of the project.                    work, the way the work is presented, the ways
                                      the work engages with its audience, or the way                                   the community
                                      in which skills and techniques are passed on.
                                                                                                                       group that is
                                                                                                                       the focus of the
                                                                                                                       project.




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Guidelines for drawing up budgets for
Arts Grants, Quick Response Grants and Toi Ake
Your project                                          Your budget must clearly indicate which                Revenue                                                 then you must explain in the budget notes
                                                      parts of the budget you are requesting                                                                         what the contingency will cover and why
                                                                                                             It’s unusual for Creative New Zealand to
proposal must                                         Creative New Zealand funding for.                      fund the full cost of a project. Therefore,
                                                                                                             it’s important that you show all sources
                                                                                                                                                                     you are unable to predict the actual costs.
                                                                                                                                                                     Contingencies should not exceed 5%
                                                      You can find a template for your budget
include a budget.                                     on page 105.                                           of revenue, including your own financial
                                                                                                                                                                     for that budget item.

                                                                                                             contribution and any in-kind support.
                                                      This budget template is available as
Your budget                                           a Word document on our website,
                                                                                                                                                                     Per seat subsidies
                                                                                                                                                                     If you are applying for support to present
                                                                                                             The amount you’re applying for
needs to be realistic
                                                      www.creativenz.govt.nz/forms.
                                                                                                                                                                     concerts, performances, remounts or tours,
                                                                                                             The amount you’re requesting from
                                                      If you’re applying for an Arts Development                                                                     an estimate of audience numbers should
and accurate,                                         Investment, see our website for the budget
                                                      template and contact a Creative New Zealand
                                                                                                             Creative New Zealand in your budget
                                                                                                             must be the same as the amount
                                                                                                                                                                     be included, along with projected box
                                                                                                                                                                     office income. These figures can be used
and include all                                       staff member (contact details are on page 130).
                                                                                                             requested on your application form.
                                                                                                                                                                     to generate an estimate of the Creative

costs and sources
                                                                                                             We need to be able to understand:                       New Zealand subsidy per seat based on
                                                      Costs                                                  •   which part or parts of the project                  the amount you are requesting.

of revenue.                                           Your budget should be for the	total	cost	of                you’re seeking Creative New Zealand
                                                                                                                 funding for, and
                                                                                                                                                         To calculate the per seat subsidy you need
                                                      the project, not just the part you’re seeking                                                      to divide the total amount you are requesting
                                                      funding for from Creative New Zealand.                 • which part or parts will be funded        by the projected audience numbers (for
                                                      Knowing the total cost of the project helps               from other sources.                      example a $10,000 grant for a projected
                                                      us understand the difference that a grant                                                          audience of 500 = a per seat subsidy of
                                                                                                             For example, you may be buying equipment
                                                      or investment from us will make.                                                                   $20). If you are unsure, contact a Creative
                                                                                                             out of your own funds, and seeking funding
                                                                                                                                                         New Zealand staff member for advice
                                                      We need to understand how you’ve                       from us towards wages and production costs.
                                                                                                                                                         (contact details are on page 130).
                                                      calculated the figures in your budget.
                                                      Provide an itemised	breakdown for all                  Contingencies
                                                      items, not just totals. Where possible, get
                                                                                                             Separate contingency lines should only be
                                                      quotes and base any estimates on actual
                                                                                                             included in circumstances where you are
                                                      costs or figures from similar projects.
                                                                                                             unable to predict actual costs. If you include
                                                                                                             a contingency allowance in your budget




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Restrictions and limits on requests                     Goods and Services Tax (GST)
For the following activities there are                  Your budget should clearly indicate whether
                                                                                                                       Budget template                             If your budget is complicated, for
                                                                                                                       The following budget template is            example a multi-centre tour, you can
restrictions on which	part of your budget               GST is included or excluded in the figures.
                                                                                                                       designed to help Creative New Zealand       use a different format. If you have a
you can seek funding for and limits on
                                                        If at the time you apply you’re registered to                  and our assessors understand how            complex budget (such as for touring
how	much you can request. Go to the
                                                        pay GST, make your budget GST-exclusive.                       much your project will cost and the         or presentation) or are requesting
pages listed below for this information:
                                                        We will add GST to the grant amount.                           difference that our grant or investment     more than $50,000, we recommend
• digital documentation of dance or theatre
                                                                                                                       will make. You will be assessed on          you prepare and include your budget
   productions – see Dance on page 45                   If at the time you apply you’re not registered
                                                                                                                       the credibility and accuracy of the         in Excel format in your application.
   or Theatre on page 87                                to pay GST, make your budget GST-inclusive.
                                                                                                                       supporting financial information            Creative New Zealand may request that
•   publishing subsidies – see Literature               You should find out before you apply for                                                                   you send this electronically. Contact
                                                                                                                       provided in your budget.
    on page 53                                          Contestable Funding whether you need to                                                                    Creative New Zealand staff if your
•   new recording grants – see Music                    be registered to pay GST. Visit the Inland                     Please create your budget using the         budget is complex (contact details
    on page 71                                          Revenue website, www.ird.govt.nz, refer                        budget template headings in the same        are on page 130).
                                                        to Inland Revenue’s GST guide IR375,                           order as in the template. If there are
•   documentary or archival projects that                                                                                                                          Your application will be ineligible if
                                                        or consult a financial adviser.                                budget lines in the template that don’t
    focus on a particular artform or artist – see                                                                                                                  your request is more than the specified
                                                                                                                       apply to your project, simply state ‘N/A’
    Film and moving-image art on page 36                                                                                                                           limit for the type of grant that you are
                                                                                                                       (for ‘Not applicable’) in the right-hand
•   websites – see Websites on page 39                  Keep a copy of your budget                                                                                 applying for.
                                                                                                                       column. We’ve included examples
    international touring or exhibiting –               and original application
•                                                                                                                      in each of the boxes in the template        Your budget should be in New Zealand
    see International touring or exhibiting             It’s important that you keep a copy of your                    to help you understand the kinds of         dollars only. If there are expenses in
    on page 39                                          budget and original application for your                       information we need.                        a foreign currency, clearly note the
•   domestic touring – see Domestic touring             own records. If you do receive a grant,                                                                    currency and the exchange rate at
                                                        your report to Creative New Zealand on                         Your budget should clearly indicate
    on page 37                                                                                                         which parts of the project Creative         which it has been calculated.
                                                        the completed project will need to show
•   international professional development                                                                             New Zealand Contestable Funding
                                                        actual figures against the projected
    travel and postgraduate study – see                                                                                would be directed towards.
                                                        figures in your project budget.
    International professional development
    or postgraduate study on page 36.




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Budget template
    PRojECT CoSTS                              Description     Quantity   Item cost       Total       CNZ             PRojECT REvENuE                          Description      Quantity    Item cost          Total
                                                                                                    request
                                                                                                                    Earned revenue for the project             eg, ticket       90          $12.50          $1,125.00
Personnel costs: wages, salaries,              eg, box-office 30 hours    $16 per hour    $480.00                   Provide a breakdown showing how            sales
fees, allowances, stipends                     administrator                                                        you have worked out your earned
Give a breakdown of the                                                                                             revenue income figures. Include
project’s personnel costs                                                                                           information on the per seat subsidy
by job title or role for:                                                                                           if appropriate, see page 103.
• creative work
                                                                                                                    ToTAl EARNED REvENuE                                                                    $1,125.00
•    administration, management,
     marketing, or promotion                                                                                        Support from other sources                 eg, print        100         $3 per poster     $300.00
                                                                                                                    Make it clear which part or parts          sponsor
•    production/technical work.
                                                                                                                    of the budget this relates to and          giving in-kind
ToTAl PERSoNNEl CoSTS                                                                     $480.00                   whether this support is confirmed          support for
                                                                                                                    or unconfirmed.                            posters
Production, exhibition,                        eg, fabric for 9 metres    $20 per metre   $180.00
event and material costs                       two costumes
Give a breakdown of the project’s                                                                                     ToTAl oTHER SuPPoRT                                                                     $300.00
production, exhibition, event and
material costs.                                                                                                       TOTAL	REVENuE	(B)                                                                  NZ$1,425.00

ToTAl PRoDuCTIoN CoSTS                                                                    $180.00   $180.00           COSTS	(A)	LESS	REVENuE	(B)	=	SHoRTFAll                                                NZ$185.00

Administration and overhead costs eg, courier                                              $50.00                     Amount requested from Creative New Zealand
                                                                                                                                                                                                            NZ$185.00
                                   and postage                                                                        (This amount should be the same as your shortfall)
Give a breakdown of the project’s
administrative and overhead costs. costs
                                                                                                                      IMPORTANT: Please show which part or parts of the above budget Creative New Zealand
                                                                                                                      Contestable Funding would be directed towards by filling in the CNZ request column.
ToTAl ADMINISTRATIoN CoSTS                                                                 $50.00    $5.00

Marketing and promotion costs                  eg, A2 colour   300        $3 per poster   $900.00
Give a breakdown of the marketing              posters
and promotion costs for the project.

ToTAl MARKETING CoSTS                                                                     $900.00

    ToTAl CoSTS (A)                                                                   NZ$1610.00    $185.00




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Notes on budget template
   Wages, salaries, fees                                  Allowances (per diems)                                 Production, exhibition,                                    Earned revenue for the project
   State whether wages are for full-time or               Allowances (called ‘per diems’ when                    event and material costs                                   Provide a breakdown showing how you’ve
   part-time work. If part-time, show how                 calculated on a daily rate) may be paid                Give a breakdown of costs for:                             worked out your earned revenue figures.
   many hours they’re based on.                           for travel, accommodation and touring.
                                                                                                                 •     mounting a production – for example, costumes,       Earned revenue can include: admission fees, box
                                                          An allowance is a fixed amount paid in
   Check that your pay rates don’t fall below                                                                          equipment hire, travel, freight, lighting and        office takings, sales of publications or merchandise,
                                                          addition to wages or salaries, to compensate
   the minimum wage for employees aged                                                                                 sound, rehearsal space hire, royalties, set design   subscription fees, contract or artist fees, estimated
                                                          people for expenses that they can’t claim back.
   16 years and over. For more information                                                                             and construction, and ticketing costs                sales in the first 12 months (of recordings, books or
   see the Employment Relations Service                                                                          •     mounting an exhibition, conference, wänanga,         artworks, for example), and fees from workshops
   website, www.ers.dol.govt.nz.                          Composers’ fees                                              seminar or workshop – for example, insurance,        or conferences.

   When you budget for artists’ wages and                 A standard scale of fees compiled by the                     venue or equipment hire, and launch costs            You must include the seating capacity of the
   salaries, we suggest between $2,000 a                  Composers Association of New Zealand                   •     buying materials                                     venue (house size) and your projected box office
   month (for emerging artists) and $6,000                (CANZ) can be downloaded from their                                                                               percentage. For example, a performance in a 200
                                                                                                                 •     touring, travel and freight
   a month (for established artists).                     website www.canz.net.nz.                                                                                          seat venue with a projected box office of 40% =
                                                                                                                 •     commissions and royalties
                                                          Budgets for applications for music compositions                                                                   your projected box office revenue. As part of the
   You can combine groups of people in the                                                                       •     production or publishing – for example,
                                                          can either show a stipend, for example:                                                                           information required for projected box office,
   budget, provided we can see how much                                                                                recording, manufacturing CDs, publishing             your budget should include the ticket prices
   you intend to pay them. For example:                   •   $3,000 per month x 6 months = $18,000,                   books or journals.                                   for the performance or presentation.
   •   6 actors @ $800 per week = $4,800.                     or can be based on the CANZ scale of fees.

   If you’re employing people (as opposed to                                                                     Administration and overhead costs                          Support from other sources
   contracting them), you must pay them holiday           Writers’ stipends
                                                                                                                 Give a breakdown of costs for:                             Possible other sources include:
   pay. You may also have other obligations as            Budgets for applications for writing need
   an employer that will affect your budget.                                                                     •     electricity, insurance, legal advice, licence        •   cash support from other government
                                                          only show a stipend, for example:
                                                                                                                       fees, office supplies, printing, rent, stationery,       agencies, grants, trusts, foundations
   The budget lines must clearly relate to the            •   $3,000 per month x 6 months = $18,000.                   telephone, postage and such like.                    •   your own contribution (can be cash,
   information you have provided in the ‘How:
                                                                                                                                                                                or in-kind goods and services)
   the process’ section of your application. For
   example, wages for the separate stages of                                                                     Marketing and promotion costs                              •   in-kind (goods and services) support
   the project (such as rehearsal and subsequent                                                                 Give a breakdown of costs for:                                 that offsets the project’s total costs
   production or recording) can be easily identified.                                                            •     advertising, printed material (such as posters,      •   donations or discounts on services, materials
                                                                                                                       exhibition catalogues, pamphlets and                     or products. The value of any such support
                                                                                                                       programmes), photography, promotional videos,            should be reflected in your budget under both
                                                                                                                       marketing, and audience-development initiatives.         project costs (the undiscounted dollar value
                                                                                                                                                                                of the service, product or materials) and
                                                                                                                 As a guide we expect that marketing costs will
                                                                                                                                                                                project revenue (the value of the discount
                                                                                                                 generally not exceed 25% of earned revenue
                                                                                                                                                                                on the service, product or materials).
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                                                                                          Step 7
                                                      Guidelines for artistic support material
                                                             Gather the appropriate artistic support material
                                                                            to include with your application
Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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Outline of Step 7
General guidelines for artistic                          Exactly what artistic support material is    What format does the artistic
                                                                                                                                                        All your artistic support material needs
support material                                         appropriate will depend on your particular   support material need to be in?
                                                         project, but it may include:                                                                   to be clearly labelled with your name,
The third part of your application consists of                                                        Printed material needs to be:
                                                                                                                                                        the name of the project and the type of
artistic	support	material.	Artistic support              •   articles                                 • on A4-size (210mm x 297mm),
                                                                                                                                                        grant or investment you’re applying for.
material is very important, as it adds detail            •   draft scripts                               standard-weight paper or US
and context to the rest of your application.                                                             letter size (216mm x 279mm)                    If your artistic support material
                                                         •   manuscripts
                                                                                                                                                        includes printed material, this labelling
You must submit your artistic support                    •   reviews
                                                                                                      •   bulldog-clipped (not bound or in a folder).
                                                                                                                                                        information should be included in
material along with and at the same time as                  samples of your previous work.           Artistic support material can be included
                                                         •                                                                                              a header or footer on each page,
your application form and project proposal.                                                           in the form of CDs, DVDs, books, photos           and the pages should be numbered.
                                                         Check the following pages to see what
We won’t accept artistic support                                                                      and colour photocopies. However,
                                                         specific information you need to include                                                       We’re unable to return artistic support
material that arrives separately from the                                                             if the material is available online, we prefer
                                                         for applications for specific artforms or                                                      material, so make sure you send copies
application form and project proposal.                                                                that you provide only the link (URL) to
                                                         arts cultural practices.                                                                       only. Note that all artistic support
                                                                                                      the relevant webpage. If the link is long
Artistic support material needs to be:                                                                                                                  materials are securely recycled after
                                                                                                      or complicated you may wish to create a
• brief                                                      Biographical	information,	letters	                                                         each funding round.
                                                                                                      ‘Tiny URL’ in order to allow assessors easy
•   recent                                                   of	support	and	invitations	should	       access to the website. More information on
                                                             be	included	as	part	of	your	project	     this process can be found at http://tiny.cc.
•   relevant (it shows how you meet the
                                                             proposal	and	not	as	artistic	support	
    criteria for Contestable Funding for                                                              Artistic support material must	not be larger
                                                             material	(see	Step	6	on	page	97).
    your particular project).                                                                         than the paper size known as ‘foolscap’ (or
                                                                                                      ‘foolscap folio’), which is 216mm by 343mm.

                                                                                                      Do	not send:
                                                                                                      • copies of previously published books
                                                                                                      •   extracts of work from unrelated projects
                                                                                                      •   newspaper clippings relating to your CV
                                                                                                      •   videotapes (VHS).




108 Part B » Step 7 » Guidelines for artistic support material
Guidelines for artistic support material for
specific artforms (where appropriate include the following)
Craft/Object and Visual arts                          Literature                                         -
                                                                                                        Maori arts                                        Music
Hard-copy visual support material including:          Writing grants                                    Writing or publishing projects                    Up to 15 minutes of listening material
• exhibition catalogues or videos                                                                                              -
                                                                                                        (in English or te reo Maori)                      that best illustrates and supports your
                                                      •   8 to 10 pages of the work you are
•   images in a range of formats – such                                                                                                                   application (this may be by links to online
                                                          proposing (that is, the work for which        •   8 to 10 pages of written work
    as photographs, laser copies, CDs and                                                                                                                 material). Indicate which tracks you would
                                                          you’re applying for funding, not a            •   copies of the complete manuscript,
    hard-copy print images.                                                                                                                               like the assessors to listen to. It may not
                                                          previous piece of writing). This sample           if you’re a publisher.
                                                                                                                                                          be useful to include scores or lead sheets
                                                          provides an indication of the work you
                                                                                                                                                          in your application.
Dance                                                     are proposing and will not be assessed
                                                                                                        Recording projects
A 10-minute DVD of recent or relevant work.
                                                          as a finished piece of writing.                                      -
                                                                                                        (in English or te reo Maori)                      Specific artistic support material is also required
                                                                                                                                                          for the following kinds of music projects:
This should include at least one unedited                                                               •   good-quality demo recordings.
section of ‘live’ footage from performance            Children’s illustrating grants
and rehearsal. Footage that’s underlit,               •   copies of up to three sample illustrations,                                                     Projects involving new technologies
poorly shot or overly edited will limit the
                                                                                                        Visual artists applying for funding
                                                          with some accompanying text where                                                               •   copies of previous work in relevant
                                                                                                        to create new work or exhibit work
appreciation of your work.                                appropriate.                                                                                        formats (such as DVD, audio CD, CD-
                                                                                                        •   good-quality photos or scanned images.
Make sure you include a contents list for                                                                                                                     ROM, photographs, text or URLs). All
the supplied DVD with:                                Applications for publishing subsidies                                                                   multimedia artistic support material should
• the name and duration of each work, and
                                                                                                                                                              be self-playable (that is, the necessary
                                                      •   copies of the manuscript (except for
                                                                                                                                                              software should come with the material)
•   the names of the choreographer,                       block publishing grant applications).
                                                                                                                                                              and with clear navigational routes
    dancers and composer.
                                                                                                                                                              provided (for a CD-ROM or a website).

Touring
                                                                                                                                                          Touring
All applications to tour or remount a
                                                                                                                                                          All applications to tour or remount a
performing arts production must include:
                                                                                                                                                          performing arts production must include:
• a script, or a DVD extract of at least five
                                                                                                                                                          • a script, or a DVD extract of at least five
    minutes, from the work to be remounted
                                                                                                                                                              minutes, from the work to be remounted
•   marketing material
                                                                                                                                                          •   marketing material
•   reviews or other critical reaction to
                                                                                                                                                          •   reviews or other critical reaction to
    a previous production (no more than
                                                                                                                                                              a previous production (no more than
    five pages).
                                                                                                                                                              five pages).



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Guidelines for artistic support material for
specific artforms (where appropriate include the following)
Pan-artform festivals                                    Theatre
•   copies of the previous festival programme            For a new script or to devise
•   images or text supporting the proposed               a new production
    festival programme.                                  •   a two-page synopsis of the intended story,
Refer to the template for applications                       and/or up to 10 pages of an extract or
for pan-artform festivals on our website,                    treatment that demonstrates the nature
www.creativenz.govt.nz/panartformfestivals.                  and quality of the intended work.


                                                         For a script-based production
                                                         •   copies of the latest draft of the full script.


                                                         For a production based on a
                                                         devised process
                                                         •   a two-page synopsis of the intended story,
                                                             and/or up to 10 pages of an extract or
                                                             treatment that demonstrates the nature
                                                             and quality of the intended production.


                                                         Touring
                                                         All applications to tour or remount a
                                                         performing arts production must include:
                                                         • a script, or a DVD extract of at least five

                                                             minutes, from the work to be remounted
                                                         •   marketing material
                                                         •   reviews or other critical reaction
                                                             to a previous production (no more
                                                             than five pages).




110 Part B » Step 7 » Guidelines for artistic support material
                                                                                                Step 8
                                                      Presenting and submitting your application
                                                                         Complete and compile your application,
                                                           check how many copies to send and where to send them
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                                                                       Part B » Step 6 » Templates for project proposals and budgets for Arts Grants, Quick Response Grants and Toi Ake   111
Outline of Step 8
                                                                                         Submitting your application                        We’re unable to return artistic support
  Presenting your application                                                                                                               material, so make sure you send copies only.
                                                                                         Arts Grants, Toi Ake and Arts
  Your application should consist of three parts:                                                                                           Creative New Zealand will keep one paper
                                                                                         Development Investments applications
  • the application form, including the signed declaration (these are included                                                              copy of the application form and project
                                                                                         • application form 5 copies
    at the back of this Guide)                                                                                                              proposal on file. All additional copies of the
                                                                                         •   project proposal 5 copies
  •   your project proposal, including relevant documentation and budget                                                                    application form and project proposal and
      (see Step 6 on page 97)
                                                                                         •   artistic support material 3 copies             all artistic support material will be securely
  •   artistic support material (see Step 7 on page 107).                                Quick Response Grants applications                 recycled after each funding round.
                                                                                         • application form 2 copies
  It is important that you keep a copy of your whole application for your own records.
                                                                                         •   project proposal 2 copies
                                                                                         •   artistic support material 1 copy

                                                                                         Keep the artistic support material
                                                                                         separate from the project proposal.
                                                                                         Label the artistic support material clearly with
                                                                                         your name, the project name, the type of
                                                                                         grant or investment you’re applying for,
                                                                                         and the funding body you’re applying to.




112 Part B » Step 8 » Presenting and submitting your application
Submitting your application
Your application must arrive at                       Mail your application to:
                                                      Applications
                                                                                                          Your application will be ineligible

Creative New Zealand’s Wellington
                                                                                                          if it is not received in Creative
                                                      Creative New Zealand
                                                                                                          New Zealand’s Wellington office
                                                      PO Box 3806
office by 5.00pm on the closing date for              Wellington 6140
                                                                                                          by 5.00pm on the relevant closing
                                                                                                          date and if you do not provide:

the funding round you’re applying to.                 Courier or hand-deliver
                                                                                                          •   the information required as set
                                                                                                              out in Steps 1 to 8, and
                                                      your application to:                                •   the required number of copies.
                                                      Applications
                                                      Creative New Zealand
                                                      Level 2, Old Public Trust Building
                                                      131–135 Lambton Quay
                                                      Wellington 6011

                                                      Applications submitted by fax or email,
                                                      or to our Auckland or Christchurch
                                                      offices will not be accepted.




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114
                                                      Appendices
Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
                                                        Part B » Step 6 » Templates for project proposals and budgets for Arts Grants, Quick Response Grants and Toi Ake   115
Appendix 1
Assessment criteria
All funding applications will be         Artistic assessment
                                         All projects will receive an artistic assessment
                                                                                            Applications to Te Waka Toi and the Pacific
                                                                                            Arts Committee must answer the ‘cultural

assessed for artistic merit, as well     based on each of the following criteria:
                                         • The idea/He aha
                                                                                            diversity, Mätauranga Mäori, or Kaupapa
                                                                                            Pasifika’ question.
as the extent to which they meet             (What is it that you want to do?)              For definitions of these terms, see the

at least one of the strategic outcomes   •   The process/Pëhea te whakatutuki
                                             (How will you carry out and evaluate
                                                                                            Glossary on page 122.

                                                                                            There are additional assessment criteria
Creative New Zealand is seeking              the project?)
                                             The people/Ko wai ngä tängata
                                                                                            for applications for Arts Development
                                         •                                                  and Arts Leadership Investments.
to achieve (see Step 4 on page 29).          (Who is involved?)                             See our website for more information,
                                         •   The budget/Te pütea                            www.creativenz.govt.nz/adip and
                                             (How much will it cost?).                      www.creativenz.govt.n/alip.


                                         The results Creative New Zealand                   *
                                                                                                Culturally specific criteria will be applied to
                                                                                                applications to Te Waka Toi, the Pacific Arts
                                         is seeking
                                                                                                Committee and, where relevant, the Arts Board.
                                         All applications will be assessed on the extent        These criteria are directed towards assessing
                                         to which they meet the result or results that          the extent of Mätauranga Mäori evident in
                                         you have selected from those we’ve listed in           projects considered by Te Waka Toi, the extent of
                                         Step 4 on page 29.                                     Kaupapa Pasifika evident in projects considered
                                                                                                by the Pacific Arts Committee, and the extent
                                         Where relevant, applications will receive an
                                                                                                of cultural diversity in projects considered by
                                         assessment against the following criteria:             the Arts Board.
                                         • cultural diversity, Mätauranga Mäori,

                                            or Kaupapa Pasifika*
                                         •   innovation
                                         •   community arts participation.




116 Appendix 1: Assessment criteria
What happens
to your application?
     ASSESSMENT PRoCESS FoR QuICK RESPoNSE GRANTS, ARTS GRANTS AND ToI AKE


                                        Applications are received by the closing date


                       Acknowledgement slip returned within two weeks of receipt of application


                                            Applications are checked for eligibility


                 Quick Response Grants                                         Arts Grants and Toi Ake

       Eligible applications are assessed by staff using              Eligible applications are assessed by staff using artistic and strategic criteria




                                                                                                                                                                                                             Assessment criteria
       artistic and strategic criteria
                                                                      Staff peer review assessments




                                                                                                                                                                                                Appendix 1
       Staff peer review assessments
                                                                      Applications identified as being:
       Final decisions are made by Arts Development                   • likely to deliver the results Creative New Zealand is seeking are sent out for external peer assessment

       and Mäori Arts Services Managers                               • unlikely to deliver the results Creative New Zealand are seeking are not progressed further




       Notification letters are mailed to applicants                   External peer assessment
       six	weeks after the closing date                                (a)	 Artistic	assessment – by up to three peer assessors using artistic criteria
                                                                       (b)		Strategic	assessment – by Arts Panel members using strategic criteria



                                                                      Applications to the                      Applications to the                        Applications to
                                                                      Pacific Arts Committee                   Arts Board                                 Te Waka Toi
                                                                      Pacific Arts Panel considers             Arts Grants and Investments                Mäori Arts Panel considers rankings
                                                                      rankings of applications based on        Panel considers rankings of                of applications based on artistic
                                                                      artistic and strategic assessments       applications based on artistic and         and strategic assessments to decide
                                                                      to decide recommendations to             strategic assessments to decide            recommendations to Te Waka Toi
                                                                      the Arts Board                           recommendations to the Arts Board


                                                                                                                                                             Te Waka Toi meets to make
                                                                                       Arts Board meets to make the final decisions
                                                                                                                                                                 the final decisions


                                                                                        Notification letters are mailed to applicants twelve	weeks after the closing date




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Appendix 2
Conditions of funding
If your application is successful,       General conditions
                                         The following is a list of some of the
                                                                                          •   You can use the grant or investment
                                                                                              only for the project and budget as set

Creative New Zealand will send you:      general conditions that you’ll need to
                                         comply with if you accept our offer:             •
                                                                                              out in the Funding Agreement.
                                                                                              You must provide us with a satisfactory

•	 a letter offering you the grant       •   The offer of a grant or investment               written Project Completion Report
                                             must be accepted within 12 weeks                 within 12 weeks from the agreed project

   or investment, and                        from the date of the letter of offer.            completion date. We may also require an
                                                                                              interim progress report; if so, we’ll specify
                                         •   If the grant or investment offered is
•	 a Funding Agreement.
                                                                                              this in our letter offering the grant or
                                             less than you asked for, we won’t be
                                                                                              investment, or in a schedule attached
                                             able to pay it until you’ve provided
                                                                                              to that letter.
The Funding Agreement sets out               us with a revised budget that shows
                                             the project is still viable.
                                                                                          •   Creative New Zealand reserves the right

general conditions of funding and any
                                                                                              to terminate a grant or investment if we
                                         •   You’ll need to provide us with confirmed
                                                                                              consider that the terms and conditions
                                             project dates and locations. For touring
additional conditions specific to your       grants or investments you must supply a
                                                                                              of funding have been seriously breached.
                                                                                              If we do terminate it, we may require
                                             confirmed itinerary. You must also provide
project. Before Creative New Zealand         written evidence that you’ve obtained
                                                                                              you to refund the grant or investment
                                                                                              to Creative New Zealand.
can pay the grant or investment money
                                             any necessary copyright clearances.
                                                                                          •   Creative New Zealand must be
                                         •   We’ll make the grant or investment
                                                                                              acknowledged in all marketing,
into your bank account, you’ll need to       payment/s to you no earlier than three
                                             months before the project is due to start.
                                                                                              promotional activities and published

agree to the conditions by signing and
                                                                                              material that is an outcome of, or is
                                                                                              directly associated with, the project.

returning the agreement to us.




118 Appendix 2: Conditions of funding
•   Where the project includes any events             Additional conditions
    or activities such as performances,               Additional conditions may also apply for
    literary festivals or exhibitions,                the different grants and investments and
    Creative New Zealand should be                    types of projects. We’ll give you details
    offered a minimum of two                          of any additional conditions when we
    complimentary tickets or equivalent.              offer the grant or investment.
•   The project or activity must be completed
                                                      Arts Development Investments may
    within the following maximum timeframes:
                                                      be offered through milestone-based




                                                                                                                 Conditions of funding
    –		 Arts	Grants	and	Quick	Response	               contracts. These are contracts that specify
        Grants: one year after the offer              set payments that Creative New Zealand
        of the grant                                  will make only when agreed stages of the
    – Arts	Development	Investments:                   project (‘milestones’) have been completed




                                                                                                    Appendix 2
      two years after the offer of the                satisfactorily.
      investment.




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Appendix 3
Maps
    TERRITORIAL LOCAL AUTHORITY BOUNDARIES




      Auckland (was Rodney)
      Auckland (was North Shore City)
      Auckland (was Waitakere City)
      Auckland (was Auckland City)
      Auckland (was Manukau City)
      Auckland (was Papakura)
      Auckland (was Franklin)




120 Appendix 3: Maps
                                     IWI MAP



                                                            Ngati kahu
Auckland (was Rodney)                  Te Aupouri
Auckland (was North Shore City)
Auckland (was Waitakere City)                                                                                                                                                                                   Ngati koata
                                          Te Rarawa                                                                                                                                                             Ngati Rarua         N.koata
Auckland (was Auckland City)
                                                              Nga Puhi                                                                                                                                               Te Ati Awa      N.kuia
Auckland (was Manukau City)                                                                                                                                                                                           N.Tama
Auckland (was Papakura)
Auckland (was Franklin)                                                                                                                                                                                                  Te Ati
                                     TAI TOkERAU                                                                                                                                                                         Awa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Rangitane
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ngati Apa
                                                      Ngati Whatua                  Ngati
                                                                                    Whatua
                                                                                    ki Tamaki          Ngati                                                                                                      Ngai Tahu
                                                                                                       Whanaunga
                                                                                           N.Tai
                                                          Ngati Mahuta                                   Ngati
                                                                                           N.Paoa                                                                                           Ngai Tahu
                                                                                                         Maru
                                                                                                                     MATAATUA




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Appendix 3
                                                              Ngati Te Ata                                                                                                                 Ngati Mamoe
                                                                                   Waikato               Ngati Ranginui
                                                                                                                               Whanau-a-
                                                                                                          Ngaterangi
                                                                                                                               Apanui
                                                                TAINUI              Ngati Mahuta                           Ngai
                                                                                      Ngati Huia                           Tai          Ngati Porou
                                                                                                      Te Arawa     Ngati                                                                        Ngai Tahu
                                                                                      Ngati                        Awa                                                                         Ngati Mamoe
                                                                                                                           Whaka-
                                                                                    Raukawa                                                    TAIRAWHITI
                                                                                                                            tohea
                                                                                Ngati                                                Te Aitanga-a-Hauti
                                                                               Maniapoto
                                                                                                 ARAWA             Tuhoe        N.
                                                                                                                              Ruapani        Ngati Tutekohe
                                                               Ngati Mutunga                      Ngati                                   Ngati Ruapani
                                                                                                                                   Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki
                                                                                                                                                                                                               TE WAI POUNAMU
                                                          Ati Awa            N.                 Tuwharetoa    Ngati kahungunu
                                            TARANAkI                       Tama       Ngait
                                                                                                                                       Rongo-Whakaata
                                                                                                              ki Wairoa                 Ngati Tamanuhiri
                                                         Taranaki      N.Maru         Haua

                                                          Ngaruahine                   Te Ati
                                                                               Nga                                                                                            Ngai Tahu
                                                              Ngaruanui       Rauru     Hau
                                                                                                Ngati        Ngati kahungunu                                                 Ngati Mamoe
                                                                                               Raukawa       ki Heretaunga                                                    Waitaha
                                                              WHANGANUI                      Ngati
                                                                                             Apa                       TAkITIMU
                                                                 MANAWATU
                                                                                    Rangitane
                                                                                                                                                               Ngai Tahu
                                                                               Muaupoko
                                                                                                 Ngati kahungunu                                              Ngati Mamoe                                      Ngati Mumunga
                                                                                   Ngati          ki Wairapa                                                                                                     Ngati Tama
                                                                                    Toa

                                                                          Te Ati




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Maps
                                                                           Awa
                                                                                                                                                                   Rakiura
                                                                              TE UPOkO
                                                                               O TE IkA



                                                      Tribal group boundary                                                                                                                               Source of Information: Individual
                                                      Approximate Iwi boundary                                                                                                                            Iwi 1986, 1993; Department of
                                                                                                                                                                                                           aori
                                                                                                                                                                                                          M¯ Affairs 1993




                                  Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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Appendix 4
Glossary (explanation of words and phrases)
This glossary explains terms commonly                                               A                                                B
used by Creative New Zealand within                           Arts development: developing the arts             Best practice: activities or methods that are
                                                              involves identifying and encouraging              shown to produce the best results.
our Contestable Funding programme.                            progression on a number of levels:
                                                              •   the development of high-quality
Many of these terms may also have other                           and innovative art


quite valid definitions, but this glossary
                                                              •   the development of individual artists
                                                                  and arts practitioners through improving
                                                                                                                                     C
is to help people understand how we at                            their artistic quality, their ability to      Community: a community may be based
                                                                  be innovative, or their productivity,         around a place, a cultural tradition, or

Creative New Zealand use these terms.                             so that they can reach their potential
                                                                  and achieve their goals
                                                                                                                commonly held interests or experiences.

                                                                                                                Community arts: projects undertaken
                                                              •   the development of arts organisations         within a particular community (see the broad
                                                                  through improving their artistic quality,     meaning of ‘community’ above), and that
                                                                  organisational effectiveness, and             allow for wider community involvement.
                                                                  financial health
                                                                                                                Community arts participation:
                                                              •   the development of New Zealand’s
                                                                                                                New Zealand communities actively
                                                                  arts infrastructure, arts communities
                                                                                                                participating in and developing the arts.
                                                                  and audiences.
                                                                                                                Members of the particular community must
                                                              Arts project: see ‘project’                       be actively involved in making or presenting
                                                                                                                the art, rather than being simply an audience
                                                              Artform: one of various forms of arts practice.
                                                                                                                member, a reader, a viewer or a listener.
                                                              Artform development: artistic expression
                                                                                                                Contestable Funding: this key Creative
                                                              that progresses as a result of the
                                                                                                                New Zealand funding programme is
                                                              development of skills and understanding.
                                                                                                                described as ‘contestable’ because usually
                                                              Audience development: an audience                 the total funding requested by all applicants
                                                              development programme or initiative               exceeds the available funding, so only
                                                              aims to have audiences more engaged               those projects that are more likely to
                                                              and participating more often, and to              realise Creative New Zealand’s outcomes
                                                              encourage new audiences.                          and artform priorities are funded.

122 Appendix 4: Glossary (explanation of words and phrases)
Creative non-fiction: are writing projects            •   raising awareness, understanding and          Digital environments: all online, mobile
which use literary techniques to create factually         respect for culturally diverse arts           and broadcast media, and offline passive
accurate work. They are assessed on their             •   encouraging and supporting active             and interactive digital devices and platforms,
literary merit. All non-fiction projects must             participation in the arts by all              that produce, distribute and consume
demonstrate literary merit to be considered               New Zealanders: ensuring that more            creative digital content.
for Contestable Funding for literature.                   culturally diverse art is visible and         Digital arts practices: forms of arts




                                                                                                                                                                             of words and phrases)
                                                          available to all New Zealanders




                                                                                                                                                                             Glossary (explanation
Cultural diversity: Creative New Zealand’s                                                              practice that use digital environments
concept of cultural diversity is set out in           •   diversification of audience profile:          to create, produce, promote, document,
the Cultural Diversity Strategy endorsed by               audiences have access to arts that reflect    record, discuss or distribute the work
the Arts Council at its June 2006 meeting.                the communities of New Zealand                of artists and practitioners.




                                                                                                                                                                Appendix 4
Developed in partnership with tängata whenua,         •   increasing employment opportunities:          Distinctive: for the purposes of international
the strategy’s notion of cultural diversity               there are increasing opportunities for        touring or exhibiting, an artwork is
encompasses both ethnic and community                     people from a range of ethnic groups          ‘distinctive’ if it has been created by a
diversity, and has the following features:                to work in the arts, including in             New Zealand citizen or resident and has
•   promoting inclusion: all of New Zealand’s             management and governance positions.          at least two of the following four features:
    cultural and ethnic communities have a
                                                                                                        •   it has distinguishing characteristics that
    voice in the arts
                                                                                                            are typical of New Zealand art, music,
•   preserving uniqueness and cultural                                                                      dance, poetry and such like
    identity: New Zealand’s unique cultures
    are protected and preserved
                                                                            D                           •   it conveys or expresses experiences,
                                                                                                            attitudes and styles unique to
•   diversification of artforms: arts                 Design: Creative New Zealand can support              the New Zealand way of life or to
    programmes will reflect the range                 non-commercial projects that recognise and            New Zealand’s history
    of artforms, values and beliefs of                build on the interaction between design and
                                                                                                        •   it has representational, symbolic or
    New Zealand’s diverse artists. This can           arts practice. Creative New Zealand supports 2D
                                                                                                            iconic significance for New Zealand
    include the reflection and encouragement          design projects focused on typography, poster
                                                                                                            when taken abroad
    of traditional artforms of ethnic artists,        design, graphic design and publication design
    as well as the hybrid artforms that are           through the Visual arts artform category. 3D      •   it displays an authenticity and originality
    created through a fusion of New Zealand’s         design projects are supported through the             peculiar to the artist or artists who created it.
    unique range of cultural influences               craft/object artform category and can include
                                                      furniture and object-based design projects.

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Appendix 4
Glossary (explanation of words and phrases)
                                                                                                                                                                                H
Distribution: the action of spreading or              To apply for Contestable Funding a              Established artist: an artist who:                   Heritage arts: artistic expressions and forms
dispensing a work throughout a region.                distribution agent must have a record of        •   has recently achieved the successful public      reflecting a particular cultural tradition or
Distribution may involve the physical touring         having successfully organised the public            presentation of at least three high-quality      traditions that continue to be celebrated
of a work (through, for example, exhibitions          presentation of work to an identified               artworks, events or programmes in an             and practised by New Zealand artists and
or performances), or the publishing and               community or having managed the successful          area of arts practice, and                       practitioners, and that are appreciated and
promotion of a literary work, or the digital          public presentation of work on behalf                                                                supported by New Zealand communities.
                                                                                                      •   has endorsement and support for their
transfer of an artwork by means of digital            of an identified artist or group of artists.
                                                                                                          work from at least two peers or experts
files passed between devices (such as
                                                                                                          in their area of arts practice, and
computers and mobile phones) that
                                                                                                          is recognised as being established
                                                                                                                                                                                 I
                                                                                                      •
are capable of reading digital formats.
                                                                                                          in an artform practice.
See also Touring.                                                            E                                                                             Innovation: involves the creation of value
Distribution agents: are practitioners
                                                      Emerging artist: an artist who:                                                                      out of new ideas, products, arts experiences,
and organisations that have a proven
ability to organise effectively and
efficiently the physical distribution of
                                                      •   is recognised by peers or experts in the
                                                          artist’s area of arts practice, which can
                                                                                                                            G                              services, or ways of doing things. An
                                                                                                                                                           ‘innovative’ arts practitioner will understand
                                                          include kaumätua or kuia, or other                                                               the skills and techniques required by their
the arts within New Zealand. This includes:                                                           General Manager: the person who has
                                                          people of standing within the artist’s                                                           area of arts practice, but will not rely on
•   festivals                                                                                         overall responsibility for the financial and
                                                          community, and                                                                                   established ideas, forms or ways of working.
                                                                                                      organisational management of a company
•   theatre and dance producers                                                                                                                            They will be actively investigating new ways
                                                      •   has received recognition for the public     or group. A General Manager will be retained
•   music tour managers                                                                                                                                    of working and will be taking artistic risks.
                                                          presentation of at least one work in the    by the company or group by means of a
•   organisers of visual arts and craft/object            area of arts practice for which they’re     mutually agreed, written contract based on           Actual innovation will depend on context
    touring exhibitions                                   applying for Contestable Funding, and       a clear job description. The contract will           (when and where the project is to happen).
•   the organisers of a writers’ tour where           •   has specialised training or practical       outline the rights, responsibilities and             It may exist in the form of the work, the
    a group of writers travel together to                 experience in their area of arts practice   authorities of the General Manager, their            process of creating the work, the way
    read and promote their work at a series               (training need not have been at an          remuneration and any reporting requirements          the work is presented, the ways the work
    of local venues                                       academic institution).                      to a Board or owners of the company.                 engages with its audience, or the way in
                                                                                                                                                           which skills and techniques are passed on.
•   regional venues and galleries that receive                                                        Genre: a category of artistic, musical or literary
    touring work.                                                                                     composition characterised by a particular
                                                                                                      style, form or content; a kind or type of work.


124 Appendix 4: Glossary (explanation of words and phrases)
Integrated programme of work: a                        •   a proven track record of the distribution of   Inter-arts practices: forms of arts practice
programme that:                                            their work in New Zealand                      that use skills and techniques drawn from the
•   has as its main focus the development              •   already achieved international success, and    range of artforms or cultural arts practices that
    or presentation of the arts or participation                                                          Creative New Zealand supports (see page 40
                                                       •   a desire for international engagement
    in the arts                                                                                           for a full list). Inter-arts applications will have a
                                                           and a strategy for undertaking it.
                                                                                                          singular artistic vision that combines artforms
•   has an overall artistic vision and is conceived,




                                                                                                                                                                               of words and phrases)
                                                       Internationally viable: an artwork by              and/or cultural arts practices, or integrates




                                                                                                                                                                               Glossary (explanation
    produced, curated, marketed and presented
                                                       an international-ready artist or company           existing artform practices, processes and
    as an integrated package, and
                                                       is ‘internationally viable’ if there is clear      techniques into their own distinct artform.
•   occurs within a defined area or region             evidence that taking it overseas is feasible and   The application is likely to include details on
    and within a defined period of time.               practicable. There needs to be evidence of:        a practice that is experimental and hybrid




                                                                                                                                                                  Appendix 4
An integrated programme of work may be                 •   adequate financial resources                   in nature, for example, an exploratory or
offered in a variety of contexts, including                                                               integrative process.
                                                       •   professional expertise of the individuals
programmes offered by an arts festival,                    involved                                       Internship: a period of work placement
an artist-run gallery, or a theatre company.                                                              where a person works alongside and learns
                                                       •   suitably robust infrastructure
International-ready: an ‘international-                                                                   from a more experienced person working
                                                       •   the use of appropriate marketing tools.
ready’ artist or company will have:                                                                       in their field, such as a gallery curator.
                                                       The artwork’s potential for continued life
•   a track record of work that demonstrates                                                              Investment: making a monetary or other
                                                       overseas beyond the scope of the proposed
    the three criteria of international quality,                                                          tangible contribution to a project or activity
                                                       presentations will also be considered.
    distinctiveness and viability                                                                         with the expectation of some form of return
•   infrastructure and the skills to work              Intercultural engagement: involves people          to the investor. Creative New Zealand
    internationally and to support                     from different cultural traditions or artistic     expects its allocation of public funds to
    international engagement                           backgrounds actively collaborating on a            result in identifiable returns and benefits for
                                                       specific project or activity. It includes the      New Zealand. The returns we seek are the
•   a proven track record of successful work
                                                       development and promotion of artistic links        outcomes stated in our Strategic Plan and
    (for example, they’ve had at least three
                                                       between tängata whenua and other first-            Statement of Intent. We are more likely to
    books or scores published, or had three
                                                       nations peoples.                                   contribute towards (‘invest’ in) projects that
    works tour New Zealand, or had works
                                                                                                          can clearly demonstrate an ability to deliver
    exhibited in at least three solo or group
                                                                                                          the results we are seeking.
    exhibitions)


Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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Appendix 4
Glossary (explanation of words and phrases)
                       K                                                                                                   M
Kaupapa Pasifika: when the Pacific Arts               Kaupapa Fiji, Kaupapa Tonga, and so on, for     Mätauranga Mäori: generally refers to             Market development: a programme that
Committee assesses applications it considers          the specific Island group. This is equivalent   Mäori knowledge systems and values. All           maximises opportunities for developing
the extent to which Kaupapa Pasifika is               to the commonly used terms ‘Fa’a Samoa’,        funding proposals submitted to Te Waka Toi        sustainable markets for the arts through
evident in the practice and results of the            ‘Vaka Viti’ or ’Faka Tonga’, meaning            are assessed in terms of how far Mätauranga       strategic investments and partnerships,
proposed project. ‘Kaupapa Pasifika’ refers           ‘the Samoan way’, ’the Fijian way’,             Mäori is evident in the practice and results of   either nationally and internationally.
to a foundation of understanding and                  or ‘the Tongan way’, and so on.                 the proposed activity.
                                                                                                                                                        Masterclasses: classes, workshops, seminars
knowledge created by Pasifika people and
                                                      See also Pacific arts.                          Mätauranga Mäori literally translated means       or other training offered by experienced and
expressing Pasifika aspirations, values and
                                                                                                      ‘Mäori knowledge’. It’s a modern term             respected artists and practitioners (see also
principles. It’s based on these two concepts:
                                                                                                      that broadly includes traditions, values,         Wänanga).
•   Kaupapa – awareness of the unique                                                                 concepts, philosophies, world views and
    cultural perspectives of a distinct group                                                                                                           Mentoring: when an established artist or
    of New Zealanders.                                                         L                      understandings derived from uniquely Mäori
                                                                                                      cultural points of view. It traverses customary
                                                                                                                                                        practitioner passes on skills or knowledge
                                                                                                                                                        to a less-experienced artist or practitioner.
•   Pasifika – the unique cultural perspectives                                                       and contemporary systems of knowledge.
                                                      landed costs: include fees and expenses
    and beliefs embodied in the values,                                                               In everyday situations, Mätauranga Mäori is       Moving-image: moving-image projects
                                                      for an international arts activity that are
    customs, rituals, dance, song, language                                                           an umbrella term that draws on knowledge          can include fine-art video projects,
                                                      incurred where the arts activity takes place.
    and cultural expressions of the individual                                                        systems such as whakapapa (genealogy),            installations, and experimental multi-
                                                      These would generally be paid for by a
    Pasifika nations.                                                                                 tikanga Mäori (Mäori protocol), manaaki           disciplinary arts projects.
                                                      presenter and would include costs for:
                                                                                                      (hospitality and consideration), taonga tuku      Multimedia: projects involving more than
The combination of the two attributes seeks           • accommodation
                                                                                                      iho Mäori (treasured arts and heritage).          one material or artform.
to reflect the unique context of Aotearoa-            •   artists fees
based Pasifika communities and to help these                                                          The term can be specific to iwi or hapü or
                                                      •   ground transport
communities express a set of deeper cultural                                                          whänau, and the unique characteristics of
                                                      •   marketing, technical support and
values and world views that are specific to                                                           these groups are taught and passed through
                                                          presentation
their own experiences as Pasifika peoples                                                             generations to maintain their own distinctive
living in New Zealand.                                •   per diems (daily allowances).               identities. Mätauranga Mäori is not necessarily
                                                                                                      accessible to everyone. In traditional Mäori
When the Pacific Arts Committee is assessing          local arts: community-based arts activities
                                                                                                      society, certain aspects of ritual, lore and
a culturally-specific heritage arts application,      that are mainly intended to benefit local
                                                                                                      whakapapa were restricted to particular
it will replace the concept of Kaupapa                communities.
                                                                                                      individuals or groups because of the sacred
Pasifika with, for example, Kaupapa Samoa,
                                                                                                      or dangerous nature of the knowledge.


126 Appendix 4: Glossary (explanation of words and phrases)
                            N
Network cultures: the field of network                Practitioners: the term encompasses               •   have received the recognition of their
cultures revolves around the interaction              a wider group than the term ‘artists’.                peers through the public presentation
between forms of media such as the internet           It includes people involved in organising the         of their work in a professional context
and mobile telephony, where the users                 project and can include producers, stage              (this includes publishing, performing
themselves shape the technology.                      managers, technicians, publishers, editors,           and exhibiting)
                                                      translators, curators, agents and dealers,        •   have a serious commitment to their




                                                                                                                                                                     of words and phrases)
                                                      as well as community-based practitioners.             arts practice and consider it a major




                                                                                                                                                                     Glossary (explanation
New Zealand art: artworks created or                  The term includes those people who may                part of their working life, rather than
performed by artists and arts practitioners           not necessarily classify themselves as artists,       as a pastime, and
who are citizens or residents of Aotearoa/            but who may be necessary to creating,             •   have maintained professional practice




                                                                                                                                                        Appendix 4
New Zealand.                                          presenting or distributing an artwork.
                                                                                                            for at least three years.
                                                      Producer: the person responsible for              Project: the term ‘project’ or ‘arts project’
                                                      the organisation of a production and is           can refer to a single activity or event; a
                                                      responsible for planning and overseeing the       component of a larger ‘project’ or ‘arts
                            P                         execution of all the elements required to
                                                      ensure that a production occurs on time and
                                                                                                        project’; or an integrated programme of
                                                                                                        activities or events. When applying for
Pacific arts: the unique cultural perspectives        on budget. A producer may be an individual        funding you should provide information
and beliefs embodied in the values, customs,          or a company (for instance The Court Theatre      about the complete project, including those
rituals, dance, song, language and cultural           is a producer of Court Theatre productions).      aspects funded through other sources.
expressions of individual Pasifika nations,
                                                      Professional artists: are individuals who:        Public presentation: may include an
such as Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Niue, Tokelau,
                                                      • have acquired advanced knowledge                exhibition, installation, publication or a
Cook Islands and Tuvalu.
                                                         or training within their chosen artform        performance. Venues may include (but
The Pacific Arts Committee supports the                  (this includes artists from diverse cultural   are not confined to) a marae, theatre,
development of the arts and artists of                   backgrounds whose artistic or cultural         gallery, bookshop or found space. For
New Zealand’s Pasifika communities across                knowledge has been developed through           the presentation to qualify as a ‘public
all forms of arts practice. This includes                oral traditions; professional artists who      presentation’:
encouraging the practice and maintenance                 are self-taught; and artists of professional   • it must be open to members of the

of Pacific heritage arts within New Zealand,             calibre who must work outside the arts            public to attend, view, read, or buy
as well as contemporary forms of arts practice.          to generate income)                               the work being presented


Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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Appendix 4
Glossary (explanation of words and phrases)
                                                                           R                                                                                                   T
•   there must be public notification of the          Recurrently Funded organisation (RFo):            Residency: a host organisation supporting        Tängata whenua: refers to the Mäori
    time and place at which the presentation          a professional arts organisation with which       an artist to work with a community in a          people, who are the indigenous people of
    will be available to the public, and              Creative New Zealand has an ongoing               specific environment for a set period of time.   Aotearoa/New Zealand and who embody
•   the presentation must seek and encourage          funding, monitoring and working relationship.     The artist is expected to have meaningful        its indigenous culture. Translated the term
    critiques, reviews or peer evaluations of         We support up to 36 organisations on a            interactions with the community. The             means ‘the people of the land’.
    the presented work.                               ‘recurrent’ (that is, a one, two or three-year)   host is expected to provide the artist with
                                                                                                                                                         Touring: involves three or more consecutive
                                                      basis. They include performing arts and book      opportunities to develop new skills or
Performances, presentations, publications,                                                                                                               performances, presentations or exhibitions in
                                                      organisations and galleries, and nine service     directions in their work, or to produce
exhibitions and showings made as part of                                                                                                                 different locations and can include the place
                                                      industry organisations. These organisations are   a substantial body of new work.
a course of study do not count as ’public                                                                                                                of origin.
                                                      not eligible for Contestable Funding and are
presentations’.                                       supported through a different funding system.                                                      Track record: to be eligible for Contestable
                                                                                                                                                         Funding, an individual or arts organisation
                                                      Creative New Zealand has completed
                                                      a review of the recurrently funded
                                                      organisations (RFOs), and has introduced two
                                                                                                                             S                           must have some experience and must have
                                                                                                                                                         achieved recognition and success in the area

                       Q                              new and complementary multi-year funding          Sector: the ‘New Zealand arts sector’ refers
                                                                                                                                                         of arts practice for which they’re applying
                                                                                                                                                         for support. The actual levels of experience,
                                                      programmes from January 2012. Creative            to the New Zealand arts community and all
Quality and high-quality: assessors for                                                                                                                  recognition and success that Creative
                                                      New Zealand’s review recommended the              the artists, practitioners and organisations
Contestable Funding applications pay                                                                                                                     New Zealand requires vary according to the
                                                      establishment of the new Arts Leadership          that contribute to creating, presenting and
particular attention to the strength of the idea,                                                                                                        type of grant or investment applied for (an
                                                      Investment (Toi Tötara Haemata) programme         distributing the arts of New Zealand. The
the viability of the process, the experience                                                                                                             Arts Grant, Quick Response Grant, or an Arts
                                                      and the Arts Development Investment               term ‘sector’ can also be used to refer to the
and ability of the people involved, and the                                                                                                              Development Investment). For Arts	Grants
                                                      (Toi Uru Kahikatea) programme to replace          artists, practitioners and organisations that
soundness of the budget. Projects that can                                                                                                               and Quick	Response	Grants, artists or
                                                      the existing Recurrent Funding Programme          make up a particular form of arts practice,
demonstrate strength in all four areas have                                                                                                              practitioners must:
                                                      and the contestable Arts Investment and           such as the dance sector, the music sector
                                                                                                                                                         • have specialised training or practical
the greatest potential to realise a high-quality                                                        and the literary sector.
                                                      Sector Investment programmes. For more
work or project. Projects that can demonstrate                                                                                                              experience in arts practice (training need
                                                      information on RFOs, see our website,
strength in some of these areas have the                                                                Self-publishing: is the publication of any          not have been at an academic institution)
                                                      www.creativenz.govt.nz/rfo.
potential to realise a quality work or project.                                                         book by the author of the work, without the      •   have recognition from peers or experts
                                                      Remount: a reworked production                    involvement of an established third-party            in their area of arts practice, which can
                                                      or a new version of an existing work,             publisher. It is generally done at the expense       include kaumätua or kuia, or other
                                                      piece or exhibition.                              of the author. Creative New Zealand does             people of standing within the applicant’s
                                                                                                        not support the self-publishing of literature.       community, and

128 Appendix 4: Glossary (explanation of words and phrases)
•   have achieved success in their area of            •   a choreographer having choreographed         •   the successful delivery of the three
    arts practice.                                        at least one publicly presented work             relevant work programmes or projects
                                                          that achieved a degree of critical or            within budget and on time
For Arts	Grants and Quick	Response	Grants	
                                                          box-office success                           •   financial or in-kind support from sources
the threshold for having achieved success
is that the applicant must have received              •   a music group having performed                   other than Creative New Zealand, or
recognition for the public presentation of at             and achieved a degree of critical or             realistic plans to achieve that support




                                                                                                                                                                    of words and phrases)
                                                          box-office success




                                                                                                                                                                    Glossary (explanation
least one work in their area of arts practice.                                                         •   endorsement from two people who have
Examples of what might constitute success             •   a curator having curated a work that was         standing and recognition in the relevant
to be eligible for an Arts Grant or a Quick               exhibited at a gallery or found space and        artform or cultural arts practice.
Response Grant or include:                                that received a degree of critical acclaim




                                                                                                                                                       Appendix 4
• a theatre practitioner having undertaken            •   a carver who has been mentored by
    a key creative role (director, actor or               established carvers, or who has completed
    stage manager) in at least one theatre
    production that achieved a degree of
                                                          a course at a marae-based or recognised
                                                          wänanga
                                                                                                                            W
    critical or box-office success                                                                     Wänanga: a Mäori term for a forum
                                                      •   a weaving group with a record of
•   a craft/object or visual artist having had            successful exhibitions and workshops         or workshop.
    at least one public exhibition of a body              in the community.
    of work that achieved a degree of critical
    or sales success, whether in a solo show          For Arts	Development	Investments	you
                                                      must be an established artist, practitioner,

•
    or as part of a group exhibition
    an author having had at least one work
                                                      group or arts organisation who has achieved:                           Y
                                                      • the successful delivery of at least three
    published that received a degree of critical                                                       Youth, young people: those aged
                                                         grants from either the Recurrent Funding
    or sales success in the literature genre                                                           up to 25 years.
                                                         programme or from Contestable Funding
    for which they’re now applying
                                                         (note that this excludes funding under the
•   a publisher having previously published              Creative Communities Scheme)
    at least one work by a New Zealand
    author that achieved a degree of critical
    or sales success




Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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Creative New Zealand contact details
  For general enquiries about Contestable Funding, contact a Programme Administrator:

  Programme Administrator (Auckland)                            Carolyn Todd                carolyn.todd@creativenz.govt.nz
                                                                                            09 373 3066
  Programme Administrator (Wellington)                          Ariana Odermatt             ariana.odermatt@creativenz.govt.nz
                                                                                            04 498 0740



  For more specific advice contact a Programme Adviser:

  Artform/Cultural arts practice           Name                Contact via email or phone               Title

  Community arts                           Alan Cathro          alan.cathro@creativenz.govt.nz           Programme Adviser
                                                                03 366 2337
  Craft/object, Inter-arts,                Emma Ward            emma.ward@creativenz.govt.nz             Programme Adviser
  Media arts, visual arts                                       09 365 1416
                                           Jude Chambers        jude.chambers@creativenz.govt.nz         Senior Programme Adviser
                                                                09 373 3070
  Dance, Pan-artform festivals,            Michael Daly         michael.daly@creativenz.govt.nz          Programme Adviser
  Theatre                                                       04 498 0702
                                           Helaina Keeley       helaina.keeley@creativenz.govt.nz        Senior Programme Adviser
                                                                09 373 3068
  Fellowships, Awards                      Felicity Birch       felicity.birch@creativenz.govt.nz        Programme Adviser
  and Residencies                                               04 498 0735
  literature                               Catriona Ferguson    catriona.ferguson@creativenz.govt.nz     Programme Adviser
                                                                09 373 3077
  Mäori arts                               Haniko Te Kurapa     haniko.tekurapa@creativenz.govt.nz       Manager, Mäori Arts Programmes
                                                                04 473 0182
  Music                                    Chris Archer         chris.archer@creativenz.govt.nz          Senior Programme Adviser
                                                                03 372 3570
  Pacific arts                             To be appointed      pacific.arts@creativenz.govt.nz          Senior Programme Adviser
                                                                04 473 6880 or 09 373 3066



130 Creative New Zealand Contact details
                                                                                                                          Creative New Zealand
   For enquiries about Project Completion Reports, Funding Agreements and funding processes,
   contact Creative New Zealand’s Grants and Process team:


     Grants and Process Adviser                       Dianna Snethlage   dianna.snethlage@creativenz.govt.nz
                                                                         04 498 0733
     Grants and Process Administrator                 Rachel Driscoll    rachel.driscoll@creativenz.govt.nz
                                                                         04 473 0184




                                                                                                                          contact details
Our funding bodies may change in 2011 (see page 24)
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Creative New Zealand contact details
Central Office – Wellington                Northern Office – Auckland      Southern Office – Christchurch                   Website contact
Physical address:                          Creative New Zealand            Creative New Zealand                             E website@creativenz.govt.nz
(for courier or hand-delivery)             3rd Floor                       Suite 6A, Level 6
Creative New Zealand                       Southern Cross Building         Golden House
Old Public Trust Building, Level 2         59–67 High Street               728 Colombo Street
131–135 Lambton Quay                       Auckland 1010                   Christchurch 8011
Wellington 6011
                                           Postal address:                 Postal address:
Postal address:                            Creative New Zealand            Creative New Zealand
Creative New Zealand                       PO Box 1425                     PO Box 3806
PO Box 3806                                Auckland 1140                   Wellington 6140
Wellington 6140                                                            (Note: Mail will be forwarded to Christchurch)
                                           T 09 373 3066
T 04 473 0880                              E northern@creativenz.govt.nz   T 03 366 2072
F 04 471 2865                                                              E info@creativenz.govt.nz
E info@creativenz.govt.nz


   Note:	All	applications	must	be		
   mailed,	couriered	or	hand-delivered		
   to	the	Wellington	office	only.




132 Creative New Zealand Contact details
              2011
Contestable Funding
   Application form
     This application form is available on our
      website, www.creativenz.govt.nz/forms
Application details
SECTION A

Applicant’s name:
                    (The name of the individual, group or arts organisation who is applying)


Have you applied to Creative New Zealand before?                                                        Yes                No

If Yes, has your address changed since your last application?                                           Yes                No

  Project details
Working title of project:

Date/s the project is expected to take place:

The local authority area/s in which your project will take place, if applicable (refer to map on page 120):



Amount requested:       NZ$                                           Total cost of the project:                NZ$
                      (If you are GST registered do not include GST in these amounts)


Have you received funding for this project from other sources?                                          Yes                No
If Yes, ensure that you have included this in your budget.

  Type of grant (TICK oNE oNlY) (See	Step	2	on	page	15)

    Arts Grant                          Quick Response Grant                       Toi Ake


  Creative New Zealand Funding Body	(TICK oNE oNlY)	(See	Step	3	on	page	23)

    Arts Board                          Te Waka Toi                                Pacific Arts Committee


  Artform or cultural arts practice (TICK oNE oNlY) (See	Step	5	on	page	33)

    Craft/Object                        Dance                                      Inter-arts                             Literature

    Mäori arts                          Media arts                                 Music
                                                                                               (name of scholarship you’re applying for, if relevant)


    Pan-artform festivals               Pacific arts                               Theatre                                Visual arts




  (For Community arts applications only)
Please identify the community or communities that are the focus of the project:




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RESULTS              (SEE STEP 4)

From the list of results below, select only one or two results that best suit the focus of your project,
and mark them in the right-hand column.

If you are selecting two results rather than only one, mark them with a ‘1’ and a ‘2’ in the right-hand column,
to indicate which is the first most important result (1) and which is the second most important result (2).

We ask you to describe below how your project will achieve the result you’ve selected.

We appreciate that more than two of the results listed below may be relevant to your particular project,
but we ask you to select not more than two results.


Outcome                                 Results
                                        To achieve this outcome we will fund the following types of arts projects:


New Zealanders                          Mäori heritage arts – projects in which Mäori communities preserve,
                                        develop and transmit their cultural traditions and artistry
participate in                          (Te Waka Toi has a particular focus on this result. However, the Arts Board

the arts                                can also support projects that seek to achieve this result)

                                        Pacific heritage arts – projects in which Pacific communities preserve,
                                        develop and transmit their customary artistic practices

                                        (The Pacific Arts Committee has a particular focus on this result. However,
                                        the Arts Board can also support projects that seek to achieve this result)

                                        Community arts participation – projects in which New Zealand’s
                                        diverse communities participate in and develop the arts


High-quality                            Developing potential – projects in which artists, practitioners
                                        and arts organisations with potential develop their skills and practice
New Zealand                             High-quality artists – projects in which artists, practitioners and arts
art is developed                        organisations that are acknowledged for the quality of their work are supported

                                        Producing innovative work – projects in which high-quality and innovative
                                        new work is developed, including Mäori and Pacific work and the works
                                        of New Zealand’s diverse cultures


New Zealanders                          Delivery of the arts – projects in which artists, practitioners and arts
                                        organisations deliver high-quality arts experiences to New Zealanders
experience                              Diversity in the arts – projects in which New Zealand audiences have
high-quality arts                       access to diverse arts experiences

                                        Developing audiences – projects by artists, practitioners and arts
                                        organisations which develop skills and capabilities to deliver work
                                        and to increase and diversify their audiences


New Zealand                             Developing potential – projects in which artists, practitioners and arts
                                        organisations develop skills and capabilities for engaging internationally
arts gain                               Market development – projects in which international markets and
international                           audiences for New Zealand art are developed

success                                 New Zealand’s distinctive voice is heard overseas – projects in which
                                        distinctive, high-quality, internationally viable work is presented overseas




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  1st most important result
Describe how your project will achieve this result:




  2nd most important result	
Describe how your project will achieve this result:




Is this application by you individually or on behalf of an arts organisation or group?

    Arts organisations and groups: please complete section B

    Individuals: please complete section C



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SECTION B            ARTS ORGANISATIONS AND GROUPS

   Media and event organisers often ask Creative New Zealand for artists’ contact details

If we are asked, can we release your contact details?                    Yes           No

   Arts organisation or group details

Name:

GST number:

   If relevant, please complete the following (refer	to	map	on	page	121)

Iwi affiliation:

Rohe:

Marae:

Pasifika group:

Telephone (day):                                                    Fax:
                      (Include area code)                                  (Include area code)

Email:

   Postal address (All correspondence will go to this address)

Street/PO Box:

Suburb:                                                          City:

Post code:                                           Country:

local authority (refer to map on page 120):

   Physical address (if	different	from	postal)

Street:

Suburb:                                                          City:

Post code:                                           Country:

   Contact person details

Last name:

First name:

Middle name(s):

Gender:                     Male            Female                   Date of birth:

Telephone:                                                           Mobile:
                      (Include area code)

Email:

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  Contact person’s postal address	
Street/PO Box:

Suburb:                                                              City:

Post code:                                         Country:


  (For overseas arts organisations only)
This project will have direct benefits for New Zealand artists and arts organisations.                     Yes       No

In this application’s project proposal I have included endorsement from
the New Zealand artists named in the application or from an established
New Zealand arts organisation.                                                                             Yes       No


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SECTION C           INDIVIDUALS

  Media and event organisers often ask Creative New Zealand for artists’ contact details

If we are asked, can we release your contact details?                    Yes              No

  Details
Last name:

First name:

Middle name(s):

Gender:                   Male            Female                         Date of birth:

GST number:

  Ethnicity
    New Zealand Mäori (refer	to	map	on	page	121)                                    New Zealand European/Päkehä

          Iwi affiliation:                                                          Asian

          Rohe:                                                                     Pasifika group

          Marae:                                                                    Other: please specify

  Contact details

Telephone (day):                                              Telephone (night):
                    (Include area code)                                             (Include area code)

Mobile:                                                                      Fax:

Email:


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   Postal address

Street/PO Box:

Suburb:                                                                 City:

Post code:                                        Country:

local authority (refer to map on page 120):

   Physical address	(if	different	from	postal)

Street:

Suburb:                                                                  City:

Post code:                                        Country:




   (For New Zealand artists based overseas only)
This project will have direct benefits for New Zealand artists and arts organisations.           Yes   No
In this application’s project proposal I have included endorsement from the New Zealand
artists named in the application or from an established New Zealand arts organisation.           Yes   No

   (For part-time or full-time employees of tertiary institutions only)
I have included a statement from my Head of Department (or equivalent position) verifying that
the funding I am applying for is not for activities that are part of my employment agreement.    Yes   No

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SECTION D            JOINT APPLICANT DETAILS

   Media and event organisers often ask Creative New Zealand for artists’ contact details
If we are asked, can we release your contact details?                           Yes         No

   joint applicant details
Is this a joint application made with another individual, arts organisation or group?            Yes   No
If Yes, please complete:
Joint applicant name:

Gender:                   Male             Female                               Date of birth:

Telephone:                                                              Mobile:
                     (Include area code)

Email:

Street/PO Box:

Suburb:                                                                 City:

Post code:                                        Country:

                                                                                                            6
Declaration
   Now please read and sign the following:
Subject to its statutory obligations, Creative New Zealand treats all information in funding applications as confidential.

The personal information provided is used solely for the purpose of administering and assessing the application. We hold any
personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1993 and, in particular, the Privacy Principles contained in that Act.
Personal information is stored in a secure environment accessible only by authorised persons for legitimate purposes. You have
the right to access your personal information and ask for the information to be updated or corrected where necessary.

If you are offered a grant, one of the conditions is that Creative New Zealand has the right to publish your name, a description
of the project, and the amount of funding. We may also include a brief description of your project in our media releases
and publications, including on the Creative New Zealand website.

Creative New Zealand is subject to the Official Information Act 1992 and we may have to release information under that
Act to third parties if requested. Creative New Zealand is also subject to the requirements of the Public Records Act 2005;
this includes seeking permission from the Chief Archivist to destroy records or transfer records to Archives New Zealand.

    I have filled in the acknowledgement slip below.

    I understand that my application will be ineligible if I don’t submit my application form, project proposal and
    artistic support material at the same time and before the closing date and time, or if I don’t provide the correct
    number of copies for the type of grant for which I’m applying.

    To the best of my knowledge the information provided in this application is correct.


Signed:                                                                 Date:

           (Applicant or arts organisation’s contact person)



Signed:                                                                 Date:

           (Joint applicant or contact person if applicable)


To	make	sure	you’ve	included	all	the	information	we	need,	please	complete	the	application	checklist	on	the	following	page	 »




Acknowledgement receipt
Please complete the following:


Project working title:




                                                                       « Name           Date received:

                                                                       « Address




                                                                                                 (to be stamped by Creative New Zealand)
                                                                       « Post code

                                                                       « Country



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Application Checklist                                                             APPlICATIoNS THAT Do NoT CoMPlY
                                                                                  WITH THIS CHECKlIST WIll BE INElIGIBlE


I have included hard copies of:

     the application form, including the signed declaration

     the project proposal, including relevant documentation and budget (see	Step	6	on	page	97)

     the artistic support material (see	Step	7	on	page	107)

I have included the correct total number of copies of my application:
Arts Grants and Toi Ake

     application form – 5 copies                    project proposal – 5 copies                  artistic support material – 3 copies

Quick Response Grants

     application form – 2 copies                    project proposal – 2 copies                  artistic support material – 1 copy

My application form and project proposal are:

     printed on A4-size or US letter-size standard-weight paper               bulldog-clipped (not bound or in a folder)

I have included the following artistic support material:
(We cannot return artistic support material, so send copies only.)

      CDs                     DVDs                  CD-Roms                  Books               Magazines/pamphlets

     Other
              (Please list)

     Links to online artistic support material are highlighted in my application.

     All artistic support material has been labelled with the same applicant and project name used on the application form.

My application amount is:

     within the limit of the type of grant I am applying for.

The	full	application,	including	the	application	form,	project	proposal	and	artistic	support	material,		
must	arrive	together.	Attachments	to	the	application	that	arrive	separately	will	not	be	accepted.

My application, including all artistic support material, will reach Creative New Zealand’s Wellington office in hard copy by 5.00pm on:

for Quick Response Grants                       4 February 2011                      12 August 2011             28 October 2011

for Arts Grants                                 4 March 2011                         2 September 2011

for Toi Ake                                     4 March 2011 (Te Waka Toi)           2 September 2011 (Te Waka Toi)


Applications	that	arrive	late	will	be	ineligible.	




Courier or hand-deliver your application to:                             Post your application to:
Applications                                                             Applications
Creative New Zealand                                                     Creative New Zealand
Level 2, Old Public Trust Building                        oR             PO Box 3806
131–135 Lambton Quay                                                     Wellington 6140
Wellington 6011

Note: Applications submitted by fax or email, or to our Auckland or Christchurch offices will be ineligible.

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Closing dates for Contestable Funding
applications for 2011
Quick Response (Arts Board, Te Waka Toi or Pacific Arts Committee)                              Your application must arrive at our
                                                                                                Wellington office by 5.00pm on the closing
Application closing date         for projects whose funded activity would start on, or after    date for the particular funding round.
4 February 2011                  18 March 2011
                                                                                                Applications that arrive later, or that are
12 August 2011                   23 September 2011
                                                                                                sent by fax or email, or to our Auckland
28 October 2011                  9 December 2011                                                or Christchurch offices, will be ineligible.



Arts Grants (Arts Board, Te Waka Toi or Pacific Arts Committee)                                 Creative New Zealand’s Wellington office
Application closing date         for projects whose funded activity would start on, or after    Address (for courier or hand-delivery):
                                                                                                Creative New Zealand
4 March 2011                     27 May 2011
                                                                                                Old Public Trust Building, Level 2
2 September 2011                 25 November 2011                                               131–135 Lambton Quay
                                                                                                Wellington 6011

Arts Development Investments (Arts Board, Te Waka Toi or Pacific Arts Committee)                Postal address:
                                                                                                Creative New Zealand
Application closing date         for projects whose funded activity would start on, or after    PO Box 3806
10 June 2011                     2 September 2011                                               Wellington 6140

                                                                                                T 04 473 0880
Toi Ake (Te Waka Toi)                                                                           F 04 471 2865
                                                                                                E info@creativenz.govt.nz
Application closing date         for projects whose funded activity would start on, or after
4 March 2011                     27 May 2011
                                                                                               ISBN: 978-0-478-18561-8
2 September 2011                 25 November 2011
                                                                                               Published by Creative New Zealand
                                                                                               Arts Council of New Zealand
                                                                                               Toi Aotearoa

                                                                                               Design & Typesetting: Gusto

                                                                                               December 2010
Creative	New	Zealand	is	funded	by	the	
New	Zealand	government	through

								
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