Rosabel Tan talks to some of “our architects of imagination, map-makers to the unknown” to explore how we can build a new utopia and reimagine the post-Covid ngā toi arts and culture sector in Aotearoa.
A collaboration between Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi and Auckland Council, this research seeks to map the funding ecosystem for Ngā Toi in Auckland and help build understanding about priorities, challenges, and potential connections.
Centre for Social Impact (CSI) has collaborated on research to identify issues and opportunities in community governance, and the development of a national strategy and action plan to build community governance capability and capacity.
The Thriving Rangatahi literature review was commissioned by the Vodafone New Zealand Foundation to help the Foundation and the wider philanthropic sector respond to the needs of excluded and disadvantaged young people.
Following the appointment of the Arts, Culture and Heritage Ministers in 2020, Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi prepared a briefing for the Ministers on the value of the arts, and our recommendations on priorities for action.