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Hinemoa Hilliard Memorial Scholarship

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September 9 2020 to December 9 2020
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Up to $7,500 | One year's duration | One award

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Scholarship search | Hinemoa Hilliard Memorial Scholarship

Hinemoa Hilliard Memorial Scholarship

The Hinemoa Hilliard Memorial Scholarship has been established by Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts in conjunction with Hinemoa’s whanau, to remember, recognise and celebrate her influence as an inspirational teacher and writer, and to support strong writing about Māori art and design.

We're looking for a Māori student who can produce strong writing about Māori art and design.

This is an undergraduate scholarship. You will be entering the second year of your qualification. You will be enrolled in a programme within the College of Creative Arts. You will already have completed one of these courses: Communication for Makers (237.130), Conversations in Creative Cultures (237.131) or Ngā Hanga Whakairo (150.106).

When choosing our recipient, we will consider the strength of your writing about Māori art and design and your engagement with kaupapa Māori and manaakitanga. We may also consider your academic achievements.

Eligibility

You must:

  • be Māori
  • be enrolled in a programme offered by the College of Creative Arts
  • have completed courses as outlined in this award's regulations
  • be a domestic student
  • be entering the second year of your qualification.

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • a brief statement of your whakapapa or your relationship to whakapapa (up to 250 words)
  • a brief statement of your engagement with kaupapa Māori and manaakitanga (up to 250 words)
  • one graded written assignment of your choice from a first year Contextual Studies course (Communication for Makers 237.130 or Conversations in Creative Cultures 237.131) or Ngā Hanga Whakairo (150.106). This must include the grade received and the mark schedule/marker's feedback

View the regulations for more details

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