by Silke Hartung

NZOA Making Tracks Funding April

by Silke Hartung

NZOA Making Tracks Funding April

Congratulations to all recipients of the NZOA Making Tracks funding round for April!

The April panel was made up of Mediaworks’ Dean Campbell,
Hamish Jackson of The Rock Shop, NZOA’s Jeff Newton, publicist Lisa Paris of The Label, Miles Buckingham of Radio Active in Wellington, Sony publicist/Sniffers founder Rikihana Douglas and Sam de Jong of Parachute Music/Smoke Studios.

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NZOA also announced that the Dunedin City Council have come on board with our Bring It Home top-up funding scheme.

Craig Monk, Community Arts Advisor at DCC says “Dunedin has an incredible musical heritage and a diverse and exciting local music scene which we and the DCC are keen to foster.”

If you have received a MakingTracks grant and are interested in top up frunding from the DCC of up to $2,000, please get in touch:

The next funding round closes on May 1 at 5pm – you can apply here.

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