by Scoop — 27 October 2022
Over $3 million in funding has been awarded to five cultural sector initiatives that have strong potential to provide lasting benefits for arts, culture and heritage in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The first recipients of the $28 million Te Tahua Whakamarohi i te Rāngai Ahurea Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund have been announced today, after opening on 27 July for Expressions of Interest. There are three remaining funding rounds to be announced before June 2023.
“The Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund will conclude the funding allocated by Manatū Taonga from the 3-year Covid Recovery Programme agreed by Cabinet in 2020,” says Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture & Heritage Tumu Whakarae, Chief Executive Laulu Mac Leauanae.
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