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2016 GRANTS




For museums, galleries and other

collecting and exhibiting institutions in Queensland

122 Gerler Rd, Hendra QLD 4011 t: 07 3668 0656 f: 07 3668 0657

e: information@magsq.com.au w: www.magsq.com.au
Grants and funding information:

Museums & Galleries Queensland has compiled a listing of funding and grant opportunities of interest to museums, galleries and other collecting institutions in Queensland.
The grants and funds are organised into areas of activity. These include:


  • Capital Works

  • Staffing and Administrative Costs

  • Equipment

  • Workshops, Seminars, Conferences, Training including funds for hire of consultants and speakers

  • Conservation/Preservation

  • Project Work inc. exhibitions (travelling exhibitions), public programs, events (inc. special events), collection projects and Crowdfunding

  • Indigenous Programs

  • Residencies/Internships/Mentorships/Individual Development

  • Disaster Relief

This resource is intended as a starting point only and does not necessarily represent all levels of funding available to any particular group. This information is also subject to change. Grant seekers should check the funding body’s website and speak to a funding body representative before submitting an application. This listing does not include: funding for film, television or radio projects; sponsorship opportunities; or funding for for-profit arts businesses.




GRANTS

Activity

Funding Body

Grant Details

Closing Date

Capital Works

Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF)

Minor capital works (except where the facilities are owned by an individual or private company).

28 February, 31 May, 31 August, 30 November 2016




Local Councils Funding

Local Councils often provide funding for local community arts and culture.


Visit http://dlgcrr.qld.gov.au/local-government-directory for your local council




Department of Communication and the Arts – Ministry for the Arts – Catalyst – Australian Arts and Culture Fund

Can be used for project work including infrastructure projects.

Can be made at any time but will be assessed in quarterly cycles.

Staffing & Administrative Costs

Local Council

Local Councils often provide funding for local community arts and culture.


Visit http://dlgcrr.qld.gov.au/local-government-directory for your local council




Australia Council – Four Year Funding

Provides multi-year core program funding for small to medium arts organisations.

Applications will open again in 2019




Australian Government Department of Social Services – Multicultural Arts and Festivals Grants

Staff salaries and on-costs that can be directly attributed to the provision of the Activity.

Operating and administration expenses directly related to the delivery of services.



28 April 2016




Arts Queensland – Queensland Arts Showcase Program (QASP)

Administrative and other organisational costs

Rolling fund. Application can be made at any time

Equipment


Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF)


Equipment associated with the activities of the organisation


28 February, 31 May, 31 August, 30 November 2016




Australia Council for the Arts– Fellowships

Supports professional development and creative activity

7 June 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups

Supports a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public through the creation of new work and experimentation.

7 June & 4 October 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Arts Projects – Organisations

Supports a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public through the creation of new work and experimentation.

7 June & 4 October 2016




Local Council

Local Councils often provide funding for local community arts and culture projects.


Visit http://dlgcrr.qld.gov.au/local-government-directory for your local council




National Library of Australia – Community Heritage Grants


Purchase and installation of environmental control and monitoring equipment when based on the prioritised recommendations of a preservation survey.

9 May 2016

Workshops, seminars, conferences, training including funds for hire of consultants and speakers

Arts Queensland – Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)


One-off, short term projects that offer professional arts, cultural and heritage opportunities

Contact your local council’s RADF Liaison Officer for closing dates.




Arts Queensland – Queensland Arts Showcase Program

Can cover costs associated with conferences

This is a rolling fund with applications accepted at any time.




Arts Queensland – Individuals Fund

To assist individual practitioners to achieve career or artform advancement

Check provider’s website for details.




Australia Council – Fellowships

Supports professional development and creative activity

7 June 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Development Grants for Individuals and Groups

Supports a range of activities that benefits the career development of artists through professional skills development and workshop and forum attendance.

7 June & 4 October 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups

Supports a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public through creative development opportunities for artists and arts workers.

7 June & 4 October 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Arts Projects – Organisations

Supports a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public through creative development opportunities for artists and arts workers.

7 June & 4 October 2016




Brisbane City Council – Brisbane History Grants


Provides support to increase the community's access to, and appreciation of Brisbane's history and heritage and support projects that raise the profile and accessibility of Brisbane's history and heritage.

Check provider’s website for details




Brisbane City Council – Creative Sparks Grants


  • Professional development of young and emerging artists

  • Creative projects within a community context

Check provider’s website for details




Brisbane City Council – Lord Mayor’s Young & Emerging Artists Fellowship

Development of young and emerging local artists by participating in national or international training and professional development programs

Check provider’s website for details




Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF)


Special one-off events and activities including:

Community arts and recreation events

Conferences

Community education activities.



Community development and organisational development including:

  • Volunteer support.

28 February, 31 May, 31 August, 30 November 2016




Local Council

Local Councils often provide funding for local community arts and culture projects.


Visit http://dlgcrr.qld.gov.au/local-government-directory for your local council




National Library of Australia – Community Heritage Grants Program

Preservation and collection management training

9 May 2016




Regional Galleries Association of Queensland (RGAQ) Professional Development Bursaries for Organisational Initiatives

Grants to assist volunteer-run galleries to undertake organisational initiatives. These might include:

  • Costs towards improvements in the gallery/museum exhibition program such as touring exhibition fees and display improvements.

  • An appropriate consultant to work with the institution on skill development in areas such as Education and Public Programs; Exhibition Development; or Strategic Planning and Policy Development.

  • On-site training workshops and seminars in specialist areas such as volunteer recruitment, board management and museum/gallery practice.

First day of every month until funds are expended

Conservation/ Preservation

Arts Queensland – Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)

Contemporary collections/stories: to preserve and provide access to locally held collections of significance, and collect and tell local stories from the past and the present that can demonstrate state and/or local significance.

Contact your council's RADF Liaison Officer for closing dates




Australian National Maritime Museum and the Australian Government – Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme (MMAPSS)

  • Collection management

  • Conservation



31 March 2016




Department of Veteran’s Affairs – Saluting their Service - Commemorations Grants

  • Restoration or upgrading of community war memorials and their surrounds

  • Restoration, preservation and interpretation of Australian wartime memorabilia for public display

  • Restoration of and new commemorative plaques and honour boards on public display

Accepted anytime. Funding decisions are made every two months, contact provider for updates




Queensland Anzac Centenary Grants

To assist and encourage Queenslanders to commemorate the service and sacrifice of men and women during the First World War. Projects include:

Community projects, including commemorative events, exhibitions research, education activities, restoration or enhancement of memorials.



Check website for future round dates.




Local Council

Local Councils often provide funding for local community arts and culture projects.


Visit http://dlgcrr.qld.gov.au/local-government-directory for your local council




National Library of Australia – Community Heritage Grants

  • Preservation and collection management training

  • Significance assessment

  • Preservation survey

  • Implementation of recommendations of a preservation survey

9 May 2016

Project work including:

Exhibitions (& travelling exhibitions), Public programs, Events, Collection projects

Arts Queensland – Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)


  • Contemporary collections/stories

  • Arts Policy Development and Implementation

  • Concept Development

  • Regional Partnerships

  • Interest-Free Arts Loan

  • Cultural Tourism

Contact your council's RADF Liaison Officer for closing dates.




Arts Queensland – Queensland Arts Showcase Program

  • Performances and exhibitions

  • Community arts and cultural development

  • Increased skills for Indigenous Artists

  • New markets for Qld arts and cultural products

This is a rolling fund with applications accepted at any time.




Australia Council – Contemporary Touring Initiative

  • Exhibition research and development

  • Design

  • Critical writing, artist fees, commissioning new work

  • Touring costs

  • Public programs

3 May 2016




Australia Council – Fellowships

Supports professional development and creative activity

7 June 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Development Grants for Individuals and Groups

Supports a range of activities that benefits the career development of artists through showcase opportunities.

7 June & 4 October 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups

Supports a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public through touring, festivals, exhibitions, publications and recordings.

7 June & 4 October 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Arts Projects – Organisations

Supports a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public through touring, festivals, exhibitions, publications and recordings.

7 June & 4 October 2016



Department of the Environment – Community Heritage and Icons Grant


Community engagement with places on Australia’s National Heritage List

22 March 2016



Department of Communications and the Arts – Ministry of the Arts – Visions of Australia: Regional Exhibition Touring Fund




A regional exhibition touring program, funds can be used to cover development and/or touring costs

14 October 2016



Department of Communication and the Arts – Ministry for the Arts – Catalyst – Australian Arts and Culture Fund

Can be used for performances, exhibitions tours, development and or creation of new work, festivals, foundation of fellowship programs, cultural exchanges, capacity building, and infrastructure projects.

Applications can be made at any time but will be assessed in quarterly cycles.




Department of Communication and the Arts – Indigenous Languages and Arts Program

Supports a wide variety of Indigenous Arts and Language projects for example; visual art, film, theatre, dance, preservation of language material, recording indigenous languages, story telling etc

13 June 2016




Australian National Maritime Museum and the Australian Government – Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme (MMAPSS)

  • Presentation

  • Exhibition development

  • Education programs




31 March 2016




Australia Post – Our Neighbourhood Community Grants

Provides grants to projects that will help to build healthier, more vibrant and more inclusive communities across Australia

The 2016 grants program round has closed. Applications re-open February 2017




Brisbane City Council – Access and Inclusion Community Partnership Program

Funds projects around social inclusion initiatives and accessibility for people with a disability, carers, seniors, people with temporary impairments or parents with young children.

Check provider’s website for details.




Brisbane City Council – Brisbane History Grants


Provides support to increase the community's access to, and appreciation of Brisbane's history and heritage and support projects that raise the profile and accessibility of Brisbane's history and heritage.

Check provider’s website for details.




Brisbane City Council – Creative Sparks Grants

Creative projects within a community context

  • New work

Check provider’s website for details.




Copyright Agency Limited - Cultural Fund - Major Cultural Projects

To support projects which aim to encourage and provide practical assistance to Copyright Agency Limited’s members to develop local and foreign markets.

20 September 2016



Department Of Veteran’s Affairs – Saluting Their Service Commemorations Grant

Up to $3,000 is available for restoration, preservation and interpretation of Australian wartime memorabilia for public display; commemoration of significant anniversaries of battles and other military operations; publishing unit wartime histories, where none exists.

Up to $4,000 is available for restoration and upgrading community war memorials.



Ongoing. Funding decisions every two months, contact provider for decision dates




Tourism and Events Queensland – Queensland Destination Events Program

To extend the flow of the economic, marketing and social benefits of events throughout metropolitan and regional Queensland.

18 March, 29 June and 19 October 2016




Indiegogo - crowdfunding

A crowdfunding platform where people who want to raise money can create fundraising campaigns to tell their story and get the word out.

Ongoing. Check providers website for details




Kickstarter - crowdfunding

A funding platform for creative projects. Everything from films, games, and music to art, design, and technology. 

If people like the project, they can pledge money to make it happen. If the project succeeds in reaching its funding goal, all backers' are charged. If the project falls short, no one is charged. Funding on Kickstarter is all-or-nothing.



Ongoing. Check providers website for details




Local Council

Local Councils often provide funding for local community arts and culture projects.


Visit http://dlgcrr.qld.gov.au/local-government-directory for your local council




National Association for the Visual Arts - Australian Artists’ Grants

Public presentation of visual arts, craft and design

13 February, 14 May, 13 August and 12 November 2016




National Library of Australia – Community Heritage Grants

Significance assessment projects

9 May 2016




Pozible - Crowdfunding


A crowdfunding platform and community-building tool for creative projects and ideas. It was developed to help people raise funds, realise their aspirations and make great things possible

Ongoing, check Provider’s website for details




Queensland Anzac Centenary Grants

To assist and encourage Queenslanders to commemorate the service and sacrifice of men and women during the First World War. Projects include:

Community projects, including commemorative events, exhibitions research, education activities, restoration or enhancement of memorials.



Check provider’s website for details.




Queensland Week Sponsorship Program

Funding for events, during Queensland Week, that reflect the unique culture, heritage and aspirations of Queenslander’s own communities.


Check provider’s website for details




Regional Galleries Association of Queensland (RGAQ) Professional Development Bursaries for organisational initiatives

Grants to assist volunteer-run galleries to undertake organisational initiatives. These might include:

  • Costs towards improvements in the gallery/museum exhibition program such as touring exhibition fees and display improvements.

  • An appropriate consultant to work with the institution on skill development in areas such as Education and Public Programs; Exhibition Development; or Strategic Planning and Policy Development.

  • On-site training workshops and seminars in specialist areas such as volunteer recruitment, board management and museum/gallery practice.

The first day of every month until funds are expended

Indigenous Programs

Arts Queensland – Indigenous Regional Arts Development Fund (IRADF)

  • Individual professional development

  • New work, exhibitions and productions

  • Industry and business development

  • Cultural engagement and development




30 March 2016




Arts Queensland – Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)


One-off, short term projects that offer professional arts, cultural and heritage opportunities

Contact your local council’s RADF Liaison Officer for closing dates.




Australia Council - Chosen

Supports mentorship, apprenticeships or residencies

EOI close 11 April & 28 November 2016



Australia Council – Fellowships


Supports professional development and creative activity

7 June 2016.




Australia Council for the Arts – Development Grants for Individuals and Groups

Supports a range of activities that benefits the career development of artists through professional skills development, workshop and forum attendance, showcase opportunities, residencies, mentorship, skills development and arts market exploration.
7 June & 4 October 2016




Australia Council for the Arts – Arts Projects – Organisations

Supports a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public through the creation of new work, research, experimentation, creative development, market development activity, touring, festivals, exhibitions, publications and recordings.

7 June & 4 October 2016




Department of Communication and the Arts – Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support Program

Support the operations of Indigenous art centres

See provider’s website for future dates.




Department of Communication and the Arts – Indigenous Languages and Arts Program

Supports a wide variety of Indigenous Arts and Language projects for example; visual art, film, theatre, dance, preservation of language material, recording indigenous languages, story telling etc.

13 June 2016



Queensland Government - Reconciliation Awards

Awards are offered for community organisations or groups that operate on a not-for-profit basis and have programs and/or initiatives in place that actively promote reconciliation; businesses, community organisations, government departments, government agencies or local councils working in partnership to promote reconciliation.

Currently closed. See provider’s website for future dates.




Local Council

Local Councils often provide funding for local community arts and culture projects.


Visit http://dlgcrr.qld.gov.au/local-government-directory for your local council

Residencies/

Internships/

Mentorships/

Individual development

Anne and Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarship

The scholarships are intended to enable Australian artists to further their studies in the visual arts overseas.

30 June 2016




Arts Queensland – Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)


Developing Regional Skills

Contact your council's RADF Liaison Officer for closing dates




Arts Queensland – Individuals Fund

To assist individual practitioners to achieve career or artform advancement

Check provider’s website for details.




Asialink Centre and Australia Council – Arts Management Residencies in Asia

Residencies for arts managers to work in an Asian country

Check provider’s website for details.



Australia Council – Fellowships


Supports professional development and creative activity

7 June 2016



Australia Council– Development Grants for Individuals and Groups


Supports a range of activities that benefits the career development of artists through residencies and mentorship

7 June & 4 October 2016




Australia Council - Chosen

Supports mentorship, apprenticeships or residencies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artist, groups and community organisations

EOI close 11 April & 28 November 2016



Cooper Hewitt Fellowship


International travel

Living expenses



Check website for 2016 closing date for the 2017 round



Australian National Maritime Museum – Internship Program – Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme (MMAPSS)


Internship at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney for paid or unpaid heritage workers

31 March 2016




Brisbane City Council – Creative Sparks Grants

Creative projects within a community context

  • New work

Check provider’s website for details.




Brisbane City Council – Lord Mayor’s Young & Emerging Artists Fellowship

Development of young and emerging local artists by participating in national or international training and professional development programs

Check provider’s website for details.




Brisbane City Council – Lord Mayor’s Helen Taylor Award for Local History

Research of Brisbane’s history or an aspect of it

Check provider’s website for details.




Churchill Fellowship

International travel

Living expenses



30 April 2016



Copyright Agency Limited – Ignite Career Fund

To support individuals working in the publishing and visual arts sectors to develop skills and enhance their careers.

3 March & 19 August 2016



Department of Communication and the Arts – Ministry for the Arts – Catalyst – Australian Arts and Culture Fund

Can be used for performances, exhibitions tours, development and or creation of new work, festivals, foundation of fellowship programs, cultural exchanges, capacity building, and infrastructure projects.

Applications can be made at any time but will be assessed in quarterly cycles.




Regional Galleries Association of Queensland (RGAQ) Professional Development Bursaries for individual museum or gallery volunteers or paid staff

Available for individual museum and gallery volunteers or paid staff to attend seminars, conferences or courses. Grants can be used towards conference registration fees, associated workshop fees, travel, and accommodation/living expenses during the period of the conference.

The first day of every month until funds are expended




State Library of Queensland – John Oxley Library Fellowship

Supports the generation of new knowledge through funding a research project that uses the resources of the State Library of Queensland.

16 March 2015




State Library of Queensland – Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Fellowship

Supports the generation of new knowledge about Queensland’s business and economic history through funding a research project that uses the resources of the State Library of Queensland.

16 March 2015




State Library of Victoria – Creative Fellowships

Support both artistic and scholarly projects that use, reflect on, re-purpose or respond to the State Library of Victoria’s Collection.

17 April 2015




Queensland Smithsonian Fellowship

International travel

Living expenses



6 March 2015




The American Friends of The National Gallery of Australia and American Australian Association – AusArt Fellowship

Supports visual artists and arts workers to study in the USA.

16 May 2016

Disaster relief

Arts Queensland – Arts-led Recovery Quick Response Grants

This process will become a permanent part of the suite of RADF resources, and will enable Councils that have been affected by a disaster, to administer RADF grants in a simplified and responsive way until it is practical to return to the usual RADF grant rounds and RADF Committee processes.

Check with your RADF Officer and local Council
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