It also includes one grant that is available to individuals.
Comprehensive information about the Community Arts and Festivals Grants Program, and links to related documents and online forms, can be found by clicking on the links provided.
Grant Information Sessions
Information Sessions about the Grants Program and the application process are held in June each year. They feature loads of useful tips and information about the Grant Program, including an easy to understand explanation of the application and assessment processes.
2013-2014 Grant Round
The main round of the 2013-2014 Community Arts and Festivals Grants Program has now closed.
Information and Guidelines:
Outside of the main grant round in July, two grant opportunities will remain open between October 2013 and May 2014, subject to availability of funds.
- Community Arts (Quick Response) Grants of up to $1,500 to support ‘urgent’ arts projects whose timelines prevent the applicant from applying within the major Community Arts Grants program application period in July each year.
- Community Arts (Professional Development) Grants of up to $1,000 to support selected professional and skill development activities for individuals.
See the Community Arts Grants page for details!
General questions regarding grant opportunities can be directed to Justyn Rowe at the Arts & Culture Department on 03 5272 4703.