September 2012 Recipients
Arts Access Aotearoa, based in Wellington, has received $1,258 from the Mazda Foundation to buy a new computer and software.
The organisation supports those with physical and mental disabilities alongside those with language barriers to ensure that art remains accessible.
Arts Access Aotearoa works in partnership with Creative Spaces to provide its members with an opportunity to create their own art and work together to produce exhibitions showcasing their talents. Its national exhibition, Make/Believe, featured 35 different works and received high praise from critics.
The funding from the Mazda Foundation will assist the organisation in continuing to communicate effectively with communities across the country.