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A still from Tama
CONGRATULATIONS: Jared Flitcroft, Deaf filmmaker, and co-director Jack O’Donnell have won four awards for their short film, Tama, which screened at the Wairoa Maori Film Festival over Queen's Birthday Weekend. Read more

Covers of What's the story? and Performance review 2016HOW WE INCREASE ACCESS: What’s the story? and Performance review 2016 capture the highlights of Arts Access Aotearoa’s projects and partnerships over 2016.  Read more about Arts Access Aotearoa’s programmes and projects in 2016

COME LISTEN TO MY STORY: Sixteen women in the Drug Treatment Unit at Arohata Women's Prison took part in a one-week theatre workshop, led by German theatre practitioner Uta Plate and local artists. Watch the video and read the story about the workshop  

LET'S SIVA: “To our disabled community, let our voices sing loudly; let us dance majestically; and let our music shine on our creativity,” says Pati Umaga, musician and director of the dance video Siva. “To all my disabled friends who took part in the video, we showed the world we can siva.” Buy a copy of Siva online.

Kerri Tilby-Price ran a sustainable funding workshop at the Creative Spaces 2020 conference, May 2016
ORDER FUNDING DVD: Exult’s popular one-day workshop on sustainable funding for the community sector is available on DVD. That means you can watch it in your own place when it best suits you and your team. Read more about Exult, its workshop and how to order the DVD. . 

CONNECTING THROUGH MUSIC: Chamber Music New Zealand received the Arts Access Creative New Zealand Arts For All Award 206 for its Accessible Concerts Programme, which includes relaxed performances and workshops. Watch the video and read more


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