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Closes 11 Dec 2019
The authority is calling on creative individuals, groups or organisations to deliver place-making projects that will contribute to the vitality and renewal of Civic, Braddon, and Acton’s public places.
Artists with Disability | Community Partnership | Early Career Artists | Festivals | Major Project | Market development | New work | Presentation & Promotion | Skills development | Youth Arts | Individual | Organisation | Group | Agency | All artforms | Up to $10,000
The authority is calling on creative individuals, groups or organisations to deliver place-making projects that will contribute to the vitality and renewal of Dickson's public places.
Closes 13 Dec 2019
Quick Response grants are to assist applicants who are unable to apply for support from other funding sources because the opportunity occurs outside of a normal grant round.
Major Project | New work | Presentation & Promotion | Residencies | Skills development | Individual | Organisation | Group | All artforms | Up to $1,500
This program aims to increase access to the arts through the delivery of professional performing arts to smaller country centres.
Audience development | Community Partnership | Presentation & Promotion | Group | All artforms | Amount Upon Application
The Penguin Literary Prize endeavours to find, nurture and develop new Australian authors writing in the areas of literary fiction, and is a nod to Penguin Random House’s literary heritage as the great Australian house of literature.
Writing & Publishing | Awards | Individual | $20,000
Closes 14 Dec 2019
Each year, five fellowships, including accommodation, all meals, travel expenses and manuscript consultations, are awarded to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers from anywhere in Australia.
Writing & Publishing | Major Project | Presentation & Promotion | Skills development | Youth Arts | Organisation | Amount Upon Application
Closes 15 Dec 2019
The Tom Collins Poetry Prize is an annual competition inaugurated by FAWWA in 1975 in memory of the Australian author Joseph Furphy (1843 - 1912). Under the name Tom Collins, he wrote the Australian classic, Such is Life, as well as many poems.
Writing & Publishing | Awards | Individual | $1,000
Closes 16 Dec 2019
Valued at up to $20,000 each, the Helpmann Fellowships fund projects of significance, supporting early career artists to realise their visions and build sustainable practices.
Fellowships | Individual | All artforms | Up to $20,000
The Colin Roderick Literary Award is awarded to the best original book of the year dealing with any aspect of Australian life, first published by an Australian publisher. The winner of the 2020 Colin Roderick Award will receive $20,000 in prize money and presented the H.T. Priestley Medal.
Closes 31 Dec 2019
Drug Aware YCulture Regional offers young people aged 12-26 up to $4,000 to fund community arts projects in regional WA across all art forms. Applicants living north of the 26th parallel (above Shark Bay) or in very remote WA can apply for up to $6,000.
Youth Arts | Group | All artforms | Up to $6,000
Drug Aware YCulture Metro is a funding and development program offering up to $3000 for youth arts and culture projects based in metropolitan Perth. Drug Aware YCulture Metro is delivered by Propel Youth Arts WA to promote the Drug Aware message.
Youth Arts | Group | All artforms | Up to $3,000
Made available under the Regional Arts Fund allocation for NSW, Quick Response Grants offer funding of up to $1,500 for regional artists, arts organisations and communities to respond to unique arts opportunities that present themselves at very short notice and could not be planned for.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander arts | Arts organisation | Design | Experimental arts | Film / TV / Digital | Music | Performing Arts | Public art | Visual arts | Writing & Publishing | Skills development | Individual | Organisation | Group | Amount Upon Application
The Professional Development Fund grants offer support for professional artists and arts workers in the Northern Territory (NT) to access development opportunities.
Skills development | Individual | Organisation | Group | All artforms | $2,000
The Arts U-15k grant program offers up to $15,000 for artists and creative industry professionals to deliver a one-off project or a program of activity.
Community Partnership | New work | Individual | Organisation | Group | All artforms | Up to $15,000
Arts Activities funding is available to ACT-based artists at all stages of their careers and to organisations providing the Canberra community with opportunities to engage in the arts
Major Project | New work | Presentation & Promotion | Individual | Organisation | All artforms | $5,000
Active Regional Communities (ARC) aims to increase the opportunities for regional people to participate in sporting and active recreational activities in regional Western Australia and is tailored to meet the ever changing demands and challenges of sport and active-recreation groups within the nine diverse regions of Western Australia.
Community Partnership | Organisation | Group | Agency | All artforms | $5,000
Closes 06 Jan 2020
Applications are now open for the 2020 Writers SA Writers & Readers in Residence Project, a unique chance for authors to connect with a regional or remote South Australian community, and undertake an artistic residency to work on their own projects for 2–4+ weeks.
Writing & Publishing | Audience development | Community Partnership | Residencies | Skills development | Travel | Individual | Amount Upon Application
Closes 14 Jan 2020
The Ian Potter cultural Trust emerging artist grant applications open 4 November 2019
Skills development | Travel | Individual | All artforms | Up to $10,000
Closes 31 Jan 2020
The Australian Musical Theatre Festival today announced a New Musical Theatre Residency, a week-long residency for the purpose of developing and supporting new Australian musical theatre. It is open to Australian residents engaged in writing or creating new musical theatre work for Australian audiences, and applications close 31 January 2020.
Residencies | Individual | All artforms | Amount Upon Application
Closes 06 Feb 2020
Signature creative works impact artists, audiences and markets. The richness of creative ideas translated to an engaging experience for audiences, furthers market growth opportunities and provides an insight into the vitality and vibrancy of First Nations arts in the national and international arts landscape.
Audience development | Individual | Organisation | Group | All artforms | Amount Upon Application
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