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Rotorua Arts Funding Presentation


Mon 28 Aug 2017, 5:30pm–6:30pm

Where: Rotorua Lakes Council, 1061 Haupapa St, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: Rotorua Museum

If you are a Rotorua artist or community group with creative arts projects coming up you will want to attend this talk!

On Monday 28 August a number of funding organisations are coming together to provide information and advice to the Rotorua community on how to access funding for art related projects.

The workshop will be hosted by Creative Communities Rotorua in Committee Room 2, Rotorua Lakes Council at 5:30pm - note time change from 12.30pm. Presentations will be made by Creative New Zealand, Boosted crowd-funding and Creative Communities Rotorua about the range and types of projects that are eligible for their funding programmes.

The workshop will also include information about Creative Youth Development, a new international initiative and wider funding avenues, as well as tips on how to write a good funding application. The presenters will include Simone Hunter, General Manager of Boosted and Lee Martelli-Wood, Senior Arts Adviser – Music, Creative New Zealand.

In addition to the presentations, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about their own specific creative projects.

To contact the presenters before the presentation to request the inclusion of other specific information to meet your needs, please contact -

Creative Communities Rotorua is currently calling for funding applications for creative Rotorua projects that will commence after 1 November 2017 and be completed by 1 November 2018. Nearly $26,000 will be available for new arts projects in the Rotorua community. Applications for this round of funding close on 26 September 2017.

More information about this funding stream is available at or you can talk to Julie Parsons after the presentation.

Contact Julie Parsons email - or call 07 351 7823.

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