Aimee McCammon

Art is always up for interpretation.  It helps us challenge the norm with innovative thinking.  Most importantly it stimulates an emotional reaction, which is the very thing that makes us human and unique.

Art keeps cultural values on the agenda of business and therefore plays a vital role in economies. Like all precious things, art needs to be nutured and supported.

Aimee McCammon has helped fund

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The New Zealand Dance Company

We Are Horizon Hunters and have been invited to perform Rotunda at the Holland Dance Festival, February 2014. Help us achieve our first international tour.

103% FUNDED
103% $15,513.29 OF
$15,000.00
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Motone Productions

In Feb 2014 we will bring 10 stellar Cook Island drummers aged from 8 to 16 to Wellington to be a part of the NZFA THE BIG BANG opening event.

103% FUNDED
103% $3,630.00 OF
$3,500.00
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Barbarian Productions

Our much-loved Grim Reaper characters are returning in a new work entitled Help Us Change! They'll take to the streets as part of the Performance Arcade 2014.

101% FUNDED
101% $3,030.00 OF
$3,000.00
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Stu Robertson

Over the next 3 years I'm going to photograph a single white rose, an ancient symbol of peace, in the hands of 10,000 people from every country on the planet.

111% FUNDED
111% $61,455.00 OF
$55,000.00
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Bianca Andrew

My name is Bianca Andrew. I am 24 years old and I am chasing my dream of singing opera on the international stage. In September I am moving to one of the most cultured capitals in the world, to study at one of the most prestigious music schools in the world – The Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London!

104% FUNDED
104% $16,755.00 OF
$16,000.00
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Hinemoana Baker

Kia ora! I'm a poet and teacher of creative writing in Wellington. The new book I'm writing tells two haunting family stories: my father's time spent as a child in a Catholic orphanage in Nelson, and my own story of trying to become a parent and experiencing infertility. It's about what it means to lose a parent, to be a parent, and to lose the opportunity to have children of your own. On a wider level it's about me connecting with my father through our shared experiences of grief. For the last year I have been Creative New Zealand Victoria University Writer in Residence in Wellington. I've researched and written 40,000 words of a new book, 'Dear Mother Basillise'. I need one more year of writing and researching full time to take my book to the point where I can submit it to my publisher. I'm asking my 'Boosted' supporters to help me with the first six months of that.

115% FUNDED
115% $17,301.37 OF
$15,000.00
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Everybody Cool Lives Here

ECLH set out to introduce 20-odd youth to theatre and enable them to have their own creative voice. This February Active are back, ready to re-define FRINGE.

101% FUNDED
101% $6,100.00 OF
$6,000.00
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Isaac Theatre Royal

Without your support the Isaac Theatre Royal will miss out on $150,000 of critical matched funding pledged by the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust.

125% FUNDED
125% $377,390.00 OF
$300,000.00
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The Arts Foundation

Join the fun. Help us fund one $25,000 New Generation Award and come on the journey with us as we change the life of one extraordinary artist.

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100% $25,130.00 OF
$25,000.00
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Royal New Zealand Ballet

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is currently staging two brand new WWI-themed works by two talented Kiwi choreographers. Next we’re taking them to London in one of our biggest ever international tours. If you’ve seen the RNZB’s current Salute season and fallen in love with these two new works, if you want to be a part of something that inspires you, and if you want to share uniquely New Zealand stories on the international stage: we need you. We’re on a mission to bring the best of New Zealand to the world. Come with us.

100% FUNDED
100% $20,100.00 OF
$20,000.00
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Long Road Films

The highly anticipated debut feature film from award-winning filmmaker Dustin Feneley, shooting in Central Otago this winter.

166% FUNDED
166% $125,130.00 OF
$75,000.00
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Becky Nunes

This air is a material is a documentary film that illuminates the life and work of important contemporary photographic artist Ann Shelton.

112% FUNDED
112% $11,235.00 OF
$10,000.00
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Emily Innes

Many families have experienced baby loss. As it continues to be a taboo subject, this is often hidden, even sometimes amongst colleagues and friends.

104% FUNDED
104% $5,220.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Diva productions Ltd

When an aquifer of pure water is discovered on Ken’s drought-stricken high country farm, he and his best mate save their community’s water from overseas buyers.

100% FUNDED
100% $25,130.00 OF
$25,000.00