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CNZCall if Non Zero
CNZCreative New Zealand (arts council)
CNZCasino Night Zone (level in Sonic 2 game)
CNZCarnival Night Zone (level in Sonic 3)
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Associate Minister for Pacific Peoples, and Arts, Culture and Heritage Carmel Sepuloni will today open the Creative New Zealand Pacific Arts Summit 2018 at Te Papa in Wellington.
This year Stark Theatre has received Creative New Zealand funding to mount three further seasons of the play, which Rees says, "explores the challenges of World War 1 from a new perspective".
Supported by New Zealand's Creative Arts Council, Creative New Zealand, Ihimaera is teaching in the Indigenous Writing Program.
Picturing Eden was organized by George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film who gratefully acknowledges organizational support from the Comer Foundation; Mondriaan Stichting Foundation, Amsterdam; and Creative New Zealand.
The Kapiti residency is funded by New Zealand's major arts funding body, Creative New Zealand.
In October 2006, Creative New Zealand, in collaboration with the Asia New Zealand Foundation and the Korea Foundation, advertised an opportunity for professional New Zealand visual artists to undertake a six-week residency at the National Art Studio in the Korean National Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul.
New Zealand writer Vincent O'Sullivan has been awarded the NZD100,000 Creative New Zealand Michael King Writers' Fellowship.
SHE RECALLS ONE STRATEGIC MEETING in which the Minister of Education, the head of Creative New Zealand (the national arts council), and a host of New Zealand dance companies sat at the same table--something she says would be hard to imagine happening in the United States.
A catalyst that's already helping to stimulate local productions is an initiative from the agency Creative New Zealand.
Creative New Zealand provides Creative Communities Scheme funding to councils across the country to distribute in their area.
Capturing in poetry special moments between nursing and midwifery staff and their patients was the aim of a "poet in residence" scheme at Wellington Hospital, funded by the Graduate School of Nursing and Midwifery at Victoria University and Creative New Zealand, with support from the university's International Institute of Modern Letters.
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