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Foundation farewells festival 'godmother'

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.

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Artists' talk marks ten years of Wellington residency

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

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Arts Practitioners Fund

Our Arts Practitioners Fund supports arts practitioners undertake opportunities that deepen artistic and professional connections such as residencies, work placements, research tours and exchanges.

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Arts Project Fund

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.

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Cherry blossoms and the beauty of Japanese paper

Artist Sybille Schlumbom describes travelling to the small city of Echizen on Japan's west coast to meet with fellow woodblock artists and learn about the intricacies of Japanese paper making.

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Illustrator's India visit shines light on Anglo-Indian heritage

Mural artist and illustrator Guy Howard-Smith recounts his visit to India to conduct research for a children's book on Anglo-Indian history, and learn about his own history in the process.

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Playwright imagines family myths in Xiamen

Playwright and director, actor, and co-founder of Proudly Asian Theatre, Chye-Ling Huang, shares insights from her three-month residency at the Chinese European Arts Centre Residence in Xiamen, China.

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Short film festival highlights Indonesia

The 2023 Show Me Short Film Festival turned the spotlight on Indonesia, looking beyond the beaches of Bali to delve into the societal issues facing the S.E Asian country.

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Good Company artist building bridges in Japan

Visiting Japan for the first time since the onset of Covid-19,artist and Good Company Arts director Daniel Belton returned to reconnect with colleagues, foster new connections and present new work.

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Back to camp - arts producers make connections in Thailand

Three NZ performing arts producers connected with kindred spirits, re-affirmed old connections and built new ones when they took part in workshops and attended an performing arts market in Thailand.

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IN TOUCH - Drinking With Li Bai

We chat to poet Doc Drumheller about his IN TOUCH Arts Commission work in which fellow poets and dignitaries in New Zealand and Asia read poems from his 2018 collection of poems Drinking with Li Bai.

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IN TOUCH: Walking away

In this article we talk to the creators of IN TOUCH Arts Commission Walking Away and discuss why the tango is so popular among Asian communities in New Zealand and around the world.

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