We create a range of resources for advocates as part of our work to build stronger collective advocacy for arts, culture, creativity and ngā toi. Find tools to support your own advocacy below, along with key advocacy research, and some of our storytelling campaigns.
Engaging with Members of Parliament (MPs)
Advice for engaging with electorate and list MPs about art, culture, creativity and ngā toi.
Values statements and evidence
A summary of key findings about the value of arts, culture and creativity in people’s lives.
Wellbeing impacts of arts, culture and creativity
Using Te Whare Tapa Wha framework to talk about how arts, culture and creativity support wellbeing.
This storytelling series pulls the curtain back on the working lives of artists. Created by The Spinoff and shared on Stuff.co.nz.
All in for Arts: He waka toi e eke noa nei tātaou
The annual roadshow with the Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi collects stories about the impact of creativity from around Aotearoa.
Stories about how creativity is good for us, our mental health, our children and more. In partnership with Ensemble Magazine.
Thankful for Art
Our Covid-19 campaign, celebrating the art that helped get us all through lockdown.
A submission on why arts, culture, creativity and ngā toi are central to the future of local government.
Part of your community’s future
Arts, culture and creativity: part of your community’s future is a resource for local government professionals.
The Vehicle for Community Wellbeing
The first Creative New Zealand submission to the Future for Local Government review panel.