Contemporary Maori dancers and writers have a chance to develop their arts practice at one of the world's largest arts and creativity incubators.
Over the next two years Canada's Banff Centre will reserve one spot for a Maori artist in each of its indigenous dance and writing residency programmes. The opportunity is funded by Creative New Zealand.
The Indigenous Dance Residency is a four-week intensive programme of daily classes as well as creating a new choreographic work.
The Indigenous Writing programme comprises two weeks of writing time and 10 weeks working online from home and with a mentor.
Applications for the writing programme close on May 1. Dance programme applications close on May 10.
Go to banffcentre.ca/indigenous-arts/ to apply.
- Manukau Courier
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