Creative New ZealandTime 2021-09-17 18:23:30
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Description:Creativity as a driver for wellbeing Caren Rangi shares some thoughts on creativity as a driver for wellbeing, and how councils can work with local arts communities Councils have made significant commitments to supporting arts and culture in their communities. Caren shares some thoughts on creativity as a driver for wellbeing, and how councils can work with local arts communities Creative New Zealand s latestresearch into NZers attitudes towards and engagement with the arts. Latest research shows New Zealanders more positive than ever about vital role the arts play in our lives, despite COVID-19 14 Jun 2021 Creative New Zealand’s latest triennial research into New Zealanders’ attitudes towards and engagement with the arts show the arts are making a powerful contribution to our wellbeing and are helping us get through COVID-19. This content is tagged as Creative NZ . This content is tagged as News . Amy McDaid awarded the 2021 Todd New Writer's Bursary 13 Sep 2021 Amy McDaid has been awarded the 2021 Todd New Writer’s Bursary towards the completion of a first draft of ‘Black Kite’, a new dark comedy novel. This content is tagged as Creative NZ . This content is tagged as News . Summary: Arts Grants round 1 results 10 Sep 2021 An overview of the latest Arts Grants results, including a link to who got funded. Find out what the strongest applications included, both generally (ie across all artforms and applications) and artform-specific. This content is tagged as All Artforms . This content is tagged as News . Creative New Zealand acknowledges the passing of Billy Apple 6 Sep 2021 Kua taka te hua o te rākau Aporo kua hoki anō ki te whenua. The fruit has fallen from the apple tree and returned to the earth This content is tagged as Creative NZ . This content is tagged as News .
<<< Thank you for your visit >>>Creative New Zealand is the national arts development agency developing, investing in and advocating for the arts. Our vision is to help develop strong and dynamic New Zealand arts which are valued in Aotearoa and internationally. As we work towards this vision we are encouraged by the knowledge that New Zealanders are strong supporters of the arts.