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Creative Northland – Connecting Northland’s Art Sector

Impact of COVID-19 on Arts Sector – Survey March 2020

Creative Northland recognises that our regional arts sector has been deeply affected by COVID-19.

We need your input to understand what the impact has been on your business or practice, and how best Creative Northland can support the sector. This survey is estimated to take 8 minutes to complete, we may run the same one again, to track data, changes and impact over time. 

Your feedback will be collated and will help form our response plan at a regional and national level, with material findings to be shared with Ministry of Culture & Heritage and Creative New Zealand. Any financial data will be treated with strict confidentiality, but is important to gather to understand the extent of economic impact.

To all our Maori, Pacific, Ethnic communities and all disability and mental health groups involved in the creative sector as art practitioners, art groups and art organisations including anyone operating in a Te Whare Tapa Wha model we want to hear from you, your feedback will provide a complete picture of the economic impacts you are currently going through.

We understand that this is a difficult time, and our thoughts are with everyone. 

Thank you for taking the time to help us understand the impact of COVID-19. 

Your voice matters.


Welcome to Creative Northland!

Creative Northland has an ongoing commitment to making sure that the arts sector in Northland is dynamic, thriving, influential and productive.