Eligibility for Creative Communities Scheme (CCS) funding
Te Āhei ki te pūtea Kaupapa Hapori Oro
Examples of projects that meet the criteria for CCS funding
Access and participation
- Performances by community choirs, hip-hop groups, theatre companies or poets.
- Workshops on printmaking, writing, dancing or other creative forms.
- Exhibitions by local craft groups promoting weaving, pottery and carving.
- Festivals featuring local artists.
- Creation of a community film or a public artwork by a community.
- Development of new tukutuku, whakairo or kōwhaiwhai for a local marae.
- Workshops, rehearsals, performances, festivals or exhibitions:
- in Māori or Pasifika heritage art forms
- by local migrant communities.
- Arts projects bringing together groups from a range of different communities.
- Workshops, rehearsals, performances, festivals or exhibitions by groups with experience of disability or mental illness.
- A group of young people:
- working with an artist to create a mural or street art
- creating a film about an issue that is important to them.
- Printing a collection of writing by young people.
- Music workshops for young people.
- An exhibition of visual art work by young people.
Contact a CCS grant advisor
Contact a CCS grant advisor to check if your project or activity is eligible for funding
More about the Creative Communities Scheme fund