2020 Oceania Internships
Developing future Pacific arts managers and leaders
In light of COVID-19 and the uncertain times we find ourselves within, Tautai’s beloved Oceania Internship Programme will be postponed for a future date.
When it is safe to do so, we will reignite this initiative with an ever greater sense of purpose.
Fa’afetai tele lava to all of the host organisations and potential candidates who applied to take part. We will reach out to to the sector again when the country is in good health
“The Oceania Internships Programme is Tautai’s crowning jewel, now in its seventh year – our alumni continue to go from strength to strength and each year’s intake brings something special to Tautai and the wider arts sector.Courtney Sina Meredith
It is important to place the health and wellness of our Pacific communities at the heart of all we do so we are postponing this programme with a commitment to reactivation when it’s safe.”
Internships are available annually to Pasifika arts practitioners across all disciplines that are keen to build their experience in arts administration.
The Internships are full-time and paid and run for 20 weeks with a national reach.
Applicants must have a tertiary qualification and/or a minimum of three years continuous experience working within the arts.
Six interns were placed throughout arts organisations in Aotearoa in 2019. Presently, all six are still working and creating within the arts in Aotearoa.