Any group, organisation or individual may apply, though individuals must be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident. Your project must meet one or more of the following criteria:
Next Funding Rounds
February 2021. Opens Monday, 1 February. Closes Friday, 19 February, 5pm.
August 2021. Opens Monday 2 August. Closes Friday 20 August, 5pm.
We also run workshops to help potential applicants. We cover why it is important to submit a good application, what the fund is about, how to write a good budget and more. Workshops will be held at The Napier War Memorial Centre on:
Thursday 28 January, 12.00-1.00pm. Wednesday 28 July, 12:00-1:00pm
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As well as the above criteria, these factors influence the committee's decision:
The Creative Communities Assessment committee meet to finalise decisions approximately five weeks after the close-off date. Applicants are notified in writing of the outcome.
If you receive CCS funding, either as an individual or part of a group, you must completed a Project Completion Report for the project/event before consideration will be given to any further applications.
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|Successful Applicants for the Napier Creative Communities March 2021|
|Name||Organisation||Project Name||Description of Project||Approved Funding|
|Emily Armstrong||The Pencil Room||Unframed Artist workshop series||A series of six practical art workshops from local and national contemporary artists.||$2,390|
|Kelie Jensen||Hastings Art & Culture Trust||Edible Fashion Awards 2021 and associated designers in schools programme||For the 2021 event they hope to be able to expand the programme of outreach into schools, developing a more comprehensive Designers in Schools programme and resources, and increasing the number of experienced designs on the team.||$3,000|
|Sam Handley||Short Film- Grateful Grapefruit||A comedy drama short film set in Napier, about the power of gratitude.||$1,540|
|Brigid Grant||Metamorphosis||Exquisite corpse - is a method by which a collection of words and images is collectively assembled. Done in three dimensional materials, creating forms or sculptural objects.||$933.80|
|Lisa Feyen||Creative Arts Napier (CAN)||'Around the World' Art Play at CAN||An accessible programme of children's drop-in art during the school holidays.||$1,430|
|Sarah Burren||Little Green Man Productions||Wonderland Glow Show||A new glow in the dark giant scale puppet show. Innovative, engaging and entertainment for tamariki aged 0-12 years. Promotes Te Reo Māori, fusing Māori Pacific and Pākeha characters in music, story and design.||$2,260|
|Shayne Jeffares||Foto iwi Trust||Foto iwi Zine||To print an A3 zine, and circulated into the community by a contributing team of local youth.||$2,160|
|Susan Wylie||Institute of Registered Music Teachers||Promotion of the Hawke's Bay Young Musicians of the year Competition||This competition in Hawke's is unique in New Zealand, for encouraging advanced music students in any instrument to showcase their ability, advance their studies and add to the cultural life and well being of the region.||$1,500|
|Lisa Feyen||Creative Arts Napier (CAN)||Hawke's Bay Art Guide Distribution Counter Stands||To enable a wider and more effective distribution of Hawke’s Bay Art Guides with custom made card display holders.||$700|
|Jeremy Roberts||Napier Live Poets||Napier Live Poets||Hold a live open-mic event for members of the Napier community to come and listen to, and share original poetry.||$494.50|
|Dr Richard Cornes||Elysian Fields - Aotearoa New Zealand 2021||An art exhibition opened by Professor Emeritus Roger Horricks MNZM, and free floor talk on the role of art and psychoanalysis in legal research and education.||$2,000|
|Roger Morrison||Mosaic (Presbyterian Support East Coast)||Mosaic - Taradale Pottery Club courses||A 10 week pottery course for 6 students, run by Taradale Pottery Club, for a 3 terms in 2021.||$1,785|
|Kelly-Anne Hosken||The Flower Room||Four workshops will be offered during a two exhibition, for participants to learn techniques to create their own box cards and flowers.||$800|
|Syed Iqbal||Pakistan and Friends Hawke's Bay Assn||Pakistani Music Instruments workshops||Workshops to teach Sitar, Tabia and Harmonium and performances to the Hawke's Bay community.||$5,520|
|Total Funding Allocated||$26,513.30|
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