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Te Arotake Performance review 2021

Cover image: Kyle Ellison and Pirika Taepa, Hawkes Bay Regional Prison, receive the Arts Access Corrections Whai Tikanga Award at Te Putanga Toi Arts Access Awards 2021 Photo: Elias Rodriguez, marktantrum.com

He aha ngā tāke kōrero? What’s the story? 2021

Cover image: Hone Fletcher and Lawrence Ereatara, Hawkes Bay Regional Prison, receive the Arts Access Accolade at Te Putanga Toi Arts Access Awards 2021 Photo: Elias Rodriguez, marktantrum.com

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Arts Access Aotearoa in 2021

He aha ngā tāke kōrero? What’s the story? 2021

Guided by our values
Chair and Executive Director’s report on 2021

Here in Aotearoa and the rest of the world, we are learning to live with COVID-19 in our communities. This means constant vigilance and adaptability, as we work in different, often innovative ways.

As a national service and advocacy organisation, Arts Access Aotearoa’s aim throughout the pandemic is to continue providing advisory services and events, and supporting vulnerable communities to access the arts.

How have we done this? We’re fortunate to be funded for services and not reliant on tickets sales, as are many arts organisations. At a time when programmes, festivals and opening dates have gone out the window and incomes have been greatly reduced, leaders of arts organisations have relied on the values of their organisations to guide them.

We will always be grateful to former trustee Awhimai Reynolds, who guided us in the development of Arts Access Aotearoa’s values. One value, in particular – “Kaitiakitanga: service to others and nurturing leadership within others” – strengthens our purpose and guides our activities ...

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Te Arotake Performance review 2021

Arts Access Aotearoa’s independent Auditor's Report for the year ended 31 December 2021 is published in Te Arotake Performance review 2021. This document includes its Statement of Service Performance, Statement of Financial Performance, Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Cash Flows, Statement of Accounting Policies and Notes to the Performance Report.

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Easy Read version: You can read an Easy Read version of Arts Access Aotearoa's annual report and what it did in 2021. It is called  He aha ngā tāke kōrero? What’s the story? 2021. Thank you, Easy Read and the Make It Easy service of People First New Zealand Inc Ngā Tāngata Tuatahi.

Easy Read annual report 2021 (pdf 2MB)

Easy Read annual report 2021 (Word 6.6MB)

 

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