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Creative Kids Program goes digital

In an effort to support children and young people in NSW to participate in arts and culture, especially during COVID-19, The NSW Government has announced that its Creative Kids Program will expand into the digital sphere.

Eligible Creative Kids providers will be able to access up to $5,000 in digital adaptation grants to help them offer creative learning activities online thanks to a $1 million injection into the program. Digital adaptation costs may include purchasing equipment and internet services to help online transition in order to provide lessons to young people who can’t attend workshops or classes in person.

The program’s eligible activities are also being expanded to include those which support the 2020 school curriculum, with Creative Kids providers able to supply creative supplies and equipment such as instruments, art and craft supplies and other materials to children or young people.

The changes to the Creative Kids program include:

To be eligible, grant applicants must:

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