Grants and funding information


ARTS QUEENSLAND – REGIONAL ARTS DEVELOPMENT FUND (RADF)



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ARTS QUEENSLAND – REGIONAL ARTS DEVELOPMENT FUND (RADF)

http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/regional-arts-development-fund

Purpose: The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) supports the professional development and employment of arts and cultural workers in regional Queensland. RADF is a partnership between State Government, through Arts Queensland, and local government.

How to Apply: Contact your council's RADF Liaison Officer for copies of the application forms, for information regarding guidelines and funding criteria and for closing dates.

Eligible applicants: Individual professional artists, emerging professional artists, artsworkers, cultural workers or project coordinators who are based in the Council area, or if based outside the Council area are able to demonstrate how the project will directly benefit arts and culture in the Council area; are permanent residents or Australian citizens; have an ABN or who will be auspiced by an incorporated organisation or individual with an ABN.

Incorporated arts and cultural organisations, or unincorporated organisations auspiced by an incorporated body based in the Council area, or those based outside the Council area that are able to demonstrate how the project will directly benefit arts and culture in the Council area.



Please contact your council’s RADF Liaison Officer for specific guidelines and requirements for your council area.

ARTS QUEENSLAND – REGIONAL ARTS FUND (Previously administered by Artslink Queensland)
Arts Queensland has taken on the responsibility of delivering the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) for the remainder of 2016. RAF is a Federal Ministry of the Arts program formerly delivered by Artslink Queensland. Contact regionalarts@arts.qld.gov.au for more information.


ASIALINK CENTRE AND AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS – ARTS RESIDENCY IN ASIA

http://asialink.unimelb.edu.au/arts/residency_program

Funds available: Up to $12,000 for a 3-month residency.

Closes: Check provider’s website for details. Applications are now closed.

Purpose: The aim of Asialink’s Arts Residency Program is to create meaningful and enduring relationships between individuals and organisations in Australia and Asia. Asialink works in partnership with arts residency centres in the region to realise this goal. Asialink Arts Residencies are professional development opportunities, aimed at being mutually beneficial to both host and resident.

Eligible applicants: Australian citizens or those who have Permanent Residency status with a proven record of professional artistic activity over at least three years.

  • Applicants can submit only one application in any given year

  • Former Asialink residents can apply through the ‘Fellowship’ category in the application. Asialink Arts Residency Alumni are eligible to re-apply 5 years following their initial selection.

Ineligible projects: Academic study or research.

Contact: arts-residencies@asialink.unimelb.edu.au


AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS – ARTS PROJECTS FOR INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS

http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/funding/new-grants-model/arts-projects-for-individuals-and-groups

Funds available: $10,000 - $50,000

Closes7 June & 4 October 2016

Purpose: To support a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences.

Eligible applicants: Applicants must be a practicing artist or arts worker and an Australian citizen or an Australian permanent resident.  

Eligible projects: Examples of activities this grant supports include: the creation of new work; practice based research; creative development; experimentation; collaborations; touring; festivals; productions; exhibitions; performances; publishing; recording and market development activity.

Contact: Phone: 02 9215 9000 Toll-free: 1800 226 912 NRS: 1800 555 677. Enquiries can also be submitted online.


AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS – ARTS PROJECTS (ORGANISATIONS)

http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/funding/new-grants-model/arts-projects-organisations

Funds available: $10,000 - $100,000 Supported activities must last no longer than two years from the proposed start date.

Closes7 June, 4 October 2016

Purpose: To support a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences.

Eligible applicants: Organisations only. International organisations can apply for projects that benefit practicing Australian artists or their work.

Ineligible applicants: Organisations receiving Four Year Funding from 2017 will not be eligible to apply to the Arts Projects – Organisations category for the duration of their funding agreement.

Eligible projects: Examples of activities this grant supports include the creation of new work, practice based research, creative development, experimentation, collaborations, touring, festivals, productions, exhibitions, performances, publishing, recording and market development activity.

Contact: Phone: 02 9215 9000 Toll-free: 1800 226 912 NRS: 1800 555 677. Enquiries can also be submitted online.

AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS – CHOSEN

https://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/funding/new-grants-model/chosen

Funds available: $30,000 – $50,000

Closes: Expression of interest closes 11 April 2016 & 28 November 2016

Purpose: Chosen allows Indigenous communities to take control and plan for how they will nurture younger people from their community/sector in the arts and/or culture. Chosen sets out to reinvigorate the cultural practice of master apprentice relationships within the arts community and sector, successful projects will facilitate intergenerational transfer of knowledge. This is an opportunity for Indigenous communities, elders and senior artists to identify in which areas younger people and need to be skilled up and to do so.  This could be younger people undertaking apprenticeships or residencies with senior bosses, leaders and practitioners in cultural expression. The goal is to have the best experts as mentors bring up the select, promising, younger artists, building the artist’s promise to the future.

Eligible applicants: This initiative is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, groups and community organisations.
Contact: Project Manager: Frank Trotman-Golde Phone: 02 9215 9167 Email: atsiamail@australiacouncil.gov.au

AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS – CONTEMPORARY TOURING INITIATIVE (CTI)

https://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/funding/new-grants-model/contemporary-touring-initiative

Funds available: No set amount

Closes3 May 2016 for projects starting after 1 July

Purpose: To support significant exhibitions of work by living contemporary visual artists and craft practitioners that reach and engage national audiences, and extend into regional communities. The grant provides up to three years of funding for the development and/or national touring of nationally significant contemporary visual arts and craft exhibitions. 

Eligible applicants: We accept applications from organisations. 
Eligible projects: The CTI can cover costs of research, development and design of the exhibition, including partnership development, critical writing, artist fees, commissioning of new work, the costs of touring, including exhibition production, installation, freight, engagement, promotion, public programs, artist residencies etc. 
Contact: 02 9215 9000 Toll-free: 1800 226 912 NRS: 1800 555 677. Enquiries can also be submitted online.





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