This page lists a range of opportunities, including applications for funding, job vacancies, conferences, workshops, exhibition opportunities, promotional opportunities, competitions and artist residencies. Please email Iona if you would like your opportunity listed here.

Job vacancies: Creative Capital Arts Trust

Applications to two exciting contract roles at Creative Capital Arts Trust in Wellington close on Wednesday 29 November. The Kaupapa Māori Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Kaupapa Māori programme for CCAT events and as an organisation, in consultation with the Kaupapa Māori Advisor, Festival Directors, and Mana Whenua and Mātāwaka Māori.

The Accessibility Coordinator’s role is to increase the accessibility of its festivals. The role is to help implement change, advise the team and build an Accessibility Policy for CCAT alongside Arts Access Aotearoa to ensure accessibility is embedded into its future work.​ For more info, a job description  and to apply

Nominations open for 2024 Springboard programme

The Arts Foundation is calling for nominations to its 2024 Springboard programme. The selected artists will receive $15,000 and help from a mentor for one year from its alumni of outstanding awarded artists. Nominations must be submitted by someone else through The Arts Foundation website by 15 December 2023. For more information or to apply, visit the Arts Foundation website  

Applications open for new website accessibility grants 

Applications are open for new website accessibility grants of up to $10,000 for new or existing websites. InternetNZ will be prioritising applications from charitable organisations that are disability-led and serve tangata whaikaha, and whakapapa Māori organisations. The deadline for applications is 15 December 2023. For more information, visit the InternetNZ website  

Free career development programme

Toipoto (Closer Together) is a free creative career development programme for the Auckland creative sector, offered by The Big Idea. It’s been designed for artists starting out or those looking to build momentum in their creative journey. Its aim is to help you grow a sustainable and rewarding career in the sector. You will join The Big Idea community, one that’s experienced and motivated to help you connect to the people and pulse of the sector, to give you the tools and tips you need to thrive.  For more info and to express your interest, visit The Big Idea website 

Meremere online education resource

Meremere, the award-winning theatre work by Rodney Bell, now has an online education resource providing in-depth information about a range of topics such as the story behind Meremere, interviews with the cast and creative team, notes from director Malia Johnston and the devising process. For more info, please email admin@movementofthehuman.com



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