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Creative NZ Funding Workshop

Applications for the next Creative NZ funding round are due 27th July so if you're thinking of putting in an application NOW is the time to start working on your application.

To help you along we have organised Jeremy Winter from Creative NZ Wellington, who looks after all the music applications to come along to the Temple to tell you all about it!!

This will be happening at the Temple on Thursday 5th July @ 7pm. Numbers are very limited so bookings are essential. There is a $10 fee to help the Temple cover our costs.

Email to book or ph 09-377-4866.

This workshop is aimed at new emerging artists / applicants. For the experienced applicants with more specialised issues we suggest you make a time to meet with Jeremy on a one to one basis. Please feel free to contact Jeremy on 0-4-498-0732 or email

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