* Due to COVID-19, the way the Foundation delivers some programmes will change to reflect restrictions around gathering and travel.
The Foundation is looking to commission 10 artists up to $5,000 each to produce a work suitable for presentation on our digital channels, enabling us to reach a wide audience of New Zealanders.
The Foundation's Programmers Tour is for up to five performing arts programmers from across the national venue and festival sector to travel to Asia to attend an international arts market opportunity.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers a grant to allow a New Zealand newsroom leader or senior journalist to participate in the Jefferson Fellowship programme to Asia.
The Foundation's School Sports Fund provides opportunities for secondary students to engage in cultural activities while already in Japan on sports-related activities.
The Foundation invites community groups to apply for grants to support sports groups travelling to Japan.
This opportunity provided by the Asia New Zealand Foundation and Creative New Zealand is for an artist to undertake a residency at Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo.
Our media travel grants programme offers New Zealand journalists the chance to travel independently to Asia to research and prepare stories – to help demystify Asia for New Zealand audiences.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation invites final year undergraduate and postgraduate students with an interest in digital financial services to apply for an internship in the Philippines with Coins.ph.
The Foundation and the New Zealand Film Commission invite experienced screen professionals to apply for a professional development opportunity in South Korea.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation supports undergraduate and postgraduate students with an interest in the creative or entertainment industries to intern in South Korea with the CJ Cultural Foundation.
The Foundation supports undergraduate and post graduate science, IT and engineering students to intern at the R&D campus of the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Hsinchu, Taiwan.