The application form has five main sections.
In this section you tell us:
- what the central idea or kaupapa of the project is
- why you have selected this course of study
- what benefits you hope to achieve from this opportunity
- what your long-term career goals are and the impact this opportunity will have on your career development
- how the project will achieve Creative New Zealand’s strategic outcome, “high-quality New Zealand art is developed”
In this section you tell us where, when, and how you plan to deliver your project.
In this section tell us about yourself, and the institution or provider.
In this section, you provide a detailed project budget that shows:
- all the costs of your project
- which costs you want the scholarship to cover
- all sources of revenue, including in-kind support.
You can present your budget using:
- our standard project budget template, or
- the template that is built into the Budget section of the application form.
For more guidance about budgets, see Guidelines - Budgets.
5. Support material
In this section, you upload documents that support your application.
You must upload:
- your detailed project budget if you are supplying it in Excel format
- a letter of acceptance from the institution or provider
- examples of previous work, in the form of high-quality video footage, audio recordings or scores as appropriate (provided via web link)
- a detailed CV or biography, including any other scholarships you have received
- letters of support from up to three previous, current, and/or future teachers or mentors that comment on the project you are applying for
You can also include:
- a timeline showing what you will do over the duration of the study opportunity
- an itinerary
- a biography of the key teachers/mentors/institution involved in the project, if not already covered in the “People” section
- professional assessments (for example, critical reviews from performances, examination assessment results)
- quotes and estimates for large costs such as travel.
For more detail and guidance about how to format your support material, see Guidelines - Support material.