Grants Closing in October 2018
The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund provides support to organisations for projects that deliver opportunities for authors, journalists, artists and key industry stakeholders in the writing, publishing, education, and visual arts sectors.
Our aim is to support our members and stakeholders to create, award, present, publish, and promote work by Australian creators that connects with audiences.
We also offer grants to leading organisations to help build literacy skills for children and young adults.
From 2018, the Cultural Fund will enhance opportunities for industry partnerships and support for key national writers’ festivals.
The Cultural Fund’s grants for organisations can be for a single project or for up to three years. Please contact the Cultural Fund to discuss a potential proposal.
For more information visit the Copyright Agency website. Read more
- Closing: 5 October 2018
- Categories: Literature, Visual Arts
- Open To: Organisations
The Orange Regional Arts Foundation (ORAF) supports and benefits the Orange Regional Gallery, the Orange Civic Theatre, Central West Libraries, the Orange Regional Conservatorium, the Orange Regional Museum and any other cultural activity/project within the Orange Region.
The Orange Regional Arts Foundation has funds available on a yearly basis to support appropriate projects or activities that meet the objectives of ORAF. Proposals will be accepted twice each calendar year – by 30th March and 30th October. All proposals will be considered by the Board of ORAF.
For more information visit the website.
- Closing: 30 October 2018
- Categories: All Artforms / General
- Open To: Organisations
Sturt Craft Centre invites applications from experienced craft practitioners to the Sturt Artist-in-Residence program.
Residencies occur in the craft disciplines of ceramics, jewellery/metalwork, textiles and woodwork. Four to six residencies occur at Sturt each year.
Sturt encourages small scale production and individually designed work which may be promoted through Sturt Gallery.
Each year professional residencies may be awarded specifically to develop a body of work which can be produced and made, at Sturt, during the Residency time.
Sturt sees the residency program as an important adjunct to its overall aim of providing support for Australian contemporary craft and design through a program of teaching, retail, exhibition and residencies. The emphasis of the residency program will be to support craftspeople and designer-makers who are sympathetic to this philosophy.
Three categories of residency are available:
- Professional Residency
- Self Directed Residency
- Graduate Residency
For more information visit the Sturt Craft Centre website.
- Closing: Ongoing
- Categories: Artist Residency, Visual Arts
- Open To: Individuals