CLNZ announces recipients of 2018 Contestable Fund Grants
Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ) has announced the recipients of this year’s round of the Contestable Fund Grants. The fund supports strategic projects that demonstrate New Zealand’s publishing growth and development, including within education.
The 2018 recipients are:
- Dunedin Writers Festival for podcasting at next year’s festival (NZ$2410, A$2230)
- Academy of New Zealand Literature for international promotions of New Zealand writers’ work (NZ$10,000, A$9262)
- Clean Slate Press for a project for struggling readers (NZ$10,000, A$9262)
- Graeme Lay for his project ‘100 Days—James Cook in New Zealand’ (NZ$3000, A$2780)
- Lesley Smith for her project ‘Tara McLeod—A typographic journey’ (NZ$10,000, A$9262)
- Lift Education for converting online literacy series CSI Private Eye into a mobile application (NZ$7500, A$6950)
- One Tree House for a range of bilingual children’s books in community pacific languages (NZ$5000, A$4630)
- Lost Property.org.nz for its project ‘Artists in Uniform: Camouflage and Concealment (NZ$3700, A$3430)
- Audiobooks NZ for development of a mobile app to access audiobooks (NZ$10,000, A$9262).
The recipients were chosen from a total of 51 applications.
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