Artist Scholarships for Talanoa Mau
Talanoa Mau, curated by Lemi Ponifasio for NZ Festival of the Arts
24 & 25 February 2020 at Te Papa
NZ Festival of the Arts is committed to supporting a thriving, interconnected and engaged arts sector. Independent and freelance artists are a vital voice in our arts ecosystem. In recognition of this, 40 places have been set aside exclusively for artists to attend and join the Talanoa Mau conversation. Each Artist Scholarship covers full ticket entry, valued at $549 each.
To ensure a fair and equitable selection process, Artist Scholarships will be assessed by a panel that includes independent industry representatives. Scholarships will be awarded to artists who meet the selection criteria, and awarded to ensure a diverse breadth of attendees.
The artist demonstrates a clear commitment to and vision for their arts practice
The artist articulates a strong rationale for wishing to attend Talanoa Mau and will benefit from attending
The artist demonstrates a proven or emerging track record for their work, which may be shown by presenter interest, evidence of demand, funding history, or in other ways (please note this information must be included in your short statement; CV’s are not required and won’t be accepted).
Terms and conditions:
Applicants must be independent, freelance artists or arts practitioners
Practitioners of all art forms are eligible to apply
Full-time staff of CNZ investment clients are not eligible to apply
Artist Scholarships can not be sold or transferred in any way
Applications are for individuals only; it is not possible to apply as a group or company
Any travel and accommodation requirements must be met by the artist; no additional support is included
The artist will be sent a survey post-event, which they agree to complete as a condition of accepting their Artist Scholarship
Applications close Friday 6 December 2019, 5pm. After that, a stand-by list will be created.
Applicants will be notified by Thursday 12 December 2019.
Which ethnic group do you identify with
Cook Islands Maori
Company name (if applicable)
Website or an online link to your work (if applicable. Limited to one link)
Artistic statement: Please provide a statement on your artistic practice, why you wish to attend Talanoa Mau, and how you believe it will extend your development as an artist (maximum 250 words)
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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