Asia-themed art installations and shows are set to make a big impact thanks to new grants from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono.
As part of our on-going relationship with Creative New Zealand, New Zealand’s national arts development agency, we provide a range of specific opportunities to support the development of identified ar
Our Arts Practitioners Fund provides support for experiential opportunities for individual New Zealand-based arts practitioners to deepen artistic and professional connections with Asia, including res
The arts project fund supports New Zealand professional arts companies, events and organisations to deliver projects that will grow New Zealanders' awareness and knowledge of Asian arts.
This year, the Wellington Asia Residency Exchange (WARE) celebrates a decade of bringing artists from Asia to the capital and providing Wellington artists the opportunity to take their practice to Asi
Six arts projects which will challenge New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asian cultures have been awarded grants by the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
After 23 years with the Foundation, Jennifer King, our culture director, retired this year - leaving behind an incredible legacy of bringing Asian arts and culture to the New Zealand public.
Closing in on the half way point of his Foundation residency at Kriti Gallery in Varanasi, India, artist Elliot Collins gives his observations of this city on the banks of the Ganges.
We spoke to artist Natalie Guy about her time as the 2017 Asia New Zealand Foundation artist in residence at Kriti Gallery in Varanasi, India. She describes living in Varanasi and the works she create
Our Strategic Arts Partnership Fund is to build long-term partnerships with major organisations to enable the delivery of projects, events or festivals that give New Zealanders significant opportuniti
Our Arts programme aims to bring Asia into the mainstream of New Zealand arts by inspiring New Zealand arts professionals to grow their connections and knowledge of Asia. It also supports the presenta
Choreographer Natalie Clark says she experienced 'creative insomnia' born of a flood of ideas while on a four-week Foundation/Creative New Zealand residency with T.H.E Dance Company in Singapore.