Artists Alliance runs a number of programmes with the primary focus of supporting New Zealand artists.


The aim of the programme is to provide students with valuable work experiences to build a bridge between their studies and work environments in the arts sector. See more…


The aim of the Artists Alliance mentoring programme is to provide a valuable opportunity for recent graduates to focus on their career with the help of an experienced mentor. Each pairing meets for 20 hours over the course of a year, where the mentor provides advice and guidance based on their experience in the sector. See more…


The Artists Alliance internship programme places graduates in arts organisations with the aim of providing valuable real-world experience in the arts sector after tertiary study. All of the internships are paid opportunities and each offers a unique experience within a select organisation. Central to the internships is the professional development of graduate artists and arts workers and the opportunity to connect these graduates with important networks inside the industry. See more…

Bootcamp Mentoring

Artists Alliance regularly hosts workshops focused on artists professional development – with topics such as ‘How to Have an Effective Artist/Dealer Relationship’ with Deborah White and ‘Running a Successful Self-Generated Project’ with Michelle Beattie a part of our 2016 series. Keep an eye on our opportunities section for information about upcoming workshops.