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How funding the arts is changing as we change as a nation

Philanthropy New Zealand Summit 2019

The Future of Trust, Te pono, te tika, te māramatanga me te aroha anō o tētehi ki tētehi, Te Papa, Wellington, 15-17 May 2019.

Philanthropy New Zealand holds the 'The Philanthropy Summit' conference every two years and brings together funders, investors, government representatives, consultants, grantmakers, entrepeneurs and family officers from New Zealand and internationally.

How funding the arts is changing as we change as a nation


Sue Gardiner, Co-Director of Chartwell Collection and Trustee of the Chartwell Trust joined a panel to discuss how funding the arts can drive social, cultural, economic and environmental change. Can we build a sustainably funded arts sector? Do creative thinking and wellbeing propel change?


Sue spoke with Jo Blair, Director of Brown Bread Ltd and the new lead of the Arts FoundationEric Holowacz, Independent Arts, Culture and Heritage Manager, and Leighton Evans, Chief Executive of the Rātā Foundation.

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