Howick College invited four artists to participate in
Arts Online is the key communication network and quality resource portal for New Zealand arts education.
There are three main sections to the site – teaching and learning resources, planning tools to support curriculum development, and email-based communities of practice for each of the arts disciplines.
The site also offers digistories, case studies, monthly newsletters and an option to share your local news events. All feedback is most welcome.
Extension of closing date for Round 2 applications
Due to the current changes in Alert Levels, we have extended the closing date of applications to 11.59pm Sunday, 20 September 2020.
Applications are open for up to 110 projects, for implementation at any time during terms 1 to 4 in 2021. Successful schools and kura will be confirmed by late November.
The Ministry of Education invites schools and kura throughout New Zealand to apply for funding to deliver a new creative project in partnership with a professional artist or creative practitioner.
Creatives in Schools is a new programme in which professional artists and creative practitioners partner with schools and kura to share their specialist knowledge and creative practice with students and ākonga.
Chamber Music New Zealand (CMNZ) is this country's largest presenter of