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Fringe Dates - 2003 And Kakano Fund News

Fringe NZ is proud to announce the 2003 Fringe NZ festival dates.

14th February - 9th March 2003

Fringe NZ is also extremely proud to announce that Creative New Zealand - The New Works Funding Programme, have increased the Fringe NZ Kakano Fund formally the New works fund) to $60,000.00. An increase of $17000.00 from 2002's $43000.00.

Creative New Zealand's support of the Fringe NZ festival Kakano Fund assists and promotes new New Zealand work from a diverse range of mediums.

Fringe NZ greatly appreciates Creative New Zealand's continued endorsement of the festival and the artists involved.

Should you require any further information

Please contact

Glenda Tuaine Festival Director Fringe NZ 04 495 8015 021 403016 glenda@fringe.org.nz


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