Country Art Support Program Funding Tips.
Applications Close Friday February 10, 2012 - Email by 5pm or postmarked that day.
Download guidelines and application form here
Applicants must discuss their applications with the Regional Arts Development Officer prior to lodging.
Here is a quick video of the presentation given by the RADO across the region that pulls out some of the key points from the guidelines and some tips.
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery operates two community gallery spaces, the Links Gallery and the E3 art space. Both spaces are open to individual artists, groups and community organisations based in or connected with the Riverina region. Exhibition proposals for both spaces are accepted during the annual application round, which closes at the end of August each year for the following calendar year.
CASP provides small grants to arts and community organisations, Regional Arts Boards and local arts councils in regional NSW for short term, locally initiated projects.
Applicaions open in January each year.
Grants supporting arts and cultural activities in regional NSW that are sustainable, have long term cultural, economic and social benefits, develop partnerships and cultural networks and provide skills development opportunities.
There is one round per year for grants up to $20,000. Grants over this amount need to be discussed with Regional Arts NSW prior to applying. More details HERE
Made available under the Regional Arts Fund allocation for NSW, Quick Response Grants ('Quicks') offer 'urgent' funding of up to $1,500 for local arts and cultural projects in regional and rural NSW. Preference is given to projects from smaller and remote communities.
PROP UPS is a Quick Response Grants Program aimed at supporting innovative performing arts programming in regional communities in NSW and encouraging new performance initiatives and audience development.
The purpose of the Indent Partnership Grants is to help you kick start, reinvigorate or simply keep great all-ages music events happening in your local area. You can apply to run one or more events throughout the year.
The Grants Program enables Council and the community to work together to enhance the ambience and character of the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area as a place for all to enjoy and be proud of.
All grants are announced early each year, with applications usually closing in June. Workshops will be conducted to support and advise community groups and neighbourhood associations with their grant applications.