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Te Urungi: Innovating Aotearoa - Online event developed projects

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Please register you and/or members of your team individually to be placed on our waitlist. Te Urungi: Innovating Aotearoa - Online event for developed projects has reached capacity. If a place/s become available for this event we will be in touch. We will be monitoring levels of interest in Te Urungi and considering further opportunities for participation, if required.
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Te Urungi: Innovating Aotearoa - Online event for developed projects

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Kia rapahoe te uru, anō he matimati nō Tangaroa ā te Toi

When the blade of the steering paddle plunges into the water, it becomes the creative fingers of Tangaroa.

COVID-19 has created many challenges for those in arts, culture and heritage. The Cultural Sector Innovation Fund provides $60 million over three years to support innovative projects that improve the sustainability and resilience of the sector.

Round one is being delivered through a nationwide series of regional and online events called Te Urungi: Innovating Aotearoa. These immersive, collaborative events are designed to fuel bold ideas that will enable arts, culture and heritage to thrive.

Before you register please read the instructions below that specify the information you will need.

These Te Urungi events will allow teams and individuals with different skills, experiences and perspectives to work together to develop innovative projects which address challenges faced by the sector around sustainability, commercial opportunities or access and participation for everyone.

After each event, the projects with the most potential to deliver the Fund outcomes will receive funding to support their further development. Everyone will walk away with new knowledge, skills and connections.

Registrations are open to those who work in arts, culture and heritage, as well as the tech sector, entrepreneurs, community organisations and others. Anyone with an innovative idea and an interest in arts, culture and heritage and the enormous value it brings to Aotearoa is encouraged to register.

More than just a series of events, the ambition with Te Urungi is to bring people together to form connections and to foster an ongoing, collaborative ecosystem dedicated to exploring innovative solutions around arts, culture and heritage for the duration of this fund and beyond.

Online event programme

The first online event is designed for developed innovation projects. These are projects that are ready to apply for project funding, as opposed to seed funding. Please see our website for more guidance about how developed your project should be for you to get the most out of this event.

  • Wednesday 12 May: 9.00am - 5.00pm - Innovation workshops
  • Wednesday 26 May: 9.00am - 5.00pm - Appointments with evaluation panel

Please note you must attend both sessions, registration information is below.

Registration information

Please ensure you have the following registration information available for yourself, and any other team member you are registering.

  • Name, Email, Phone Number
  • Organisation (if applicable)
  • Ethnicity, Gender*
  • Sector
  • Other requirements eg, accessibility

You and your team must agree to the privacy statement and event terms and conditions.

For online events, registrations are currently capped at 150.

*We are asking this information to ensure diversity of attendance as far as possible.

If you do not want to register using Eventbrite, please contact support.culture@mch.govt.nz for instructions on how to register by email.

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