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13 January First Nations Documentary Development Program seeks to provide practitioners with the opportunity to create appropriate written and/or visual materials to ensure that projects are as strong as possible when competing for production finance. Emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander producers are encouraged to apply.
16 January The Kat Muscat Fellowship offers professional development for an editorial project or work of writing by a young person of an underrepresented gender.
31 January COVID Development Grants Supports individuals and small-medium arts and cultural organisations located in NSW.
31 January Creative Koori Projects aims to build support for a strong, resilient and exciting Aboriginal arts and cultural sector for NSW.
31 January Create NSW Project Funding supports excellence, innovation and creativity within the NSW arts and cultural sector.
4 February Sounds Australia Export Stimulus Program aims to bolster Australia’s music export activity and support the industry as they return to global stages.
10 February Cultural Tourism Accelerator Program – Partnership Initiative funds initiatives that develop a partnership with hospitality, accommodation, retail or events businesses to increase visitation and develop cross markets.
10 February Cultural Tourism Accelerator Program – Experience Initiative funds initiatives that add an offer or experience to an existing program, to increase visitation or extend the visitor experience of ‘place.’
10 February Cultural Tourism Accelerator Program – Targeted Marketing Campaign funds strategic and targeted marketing campaigns to achieve a particular visitation outcome. The campaign will accompany an existing project, event, festival, venue or annual program.
22 February Strengthening Rural Communities – Bushfire Recovery funds a broad range of grassroots, community-led initiatives that directly and clearly benefit local communities.
28 February Arts Initiative Grants promotes the accessibility and availability of the arts for young Australians who may not otherwise have this opportunity usually due to lower socio economic circumstances.
1 March Playing Australia: Regional Performing Arts Touring Fund supports performing arts to reach regional and remote communities across Australia. Grants are available to support the net touring costs associated with a national tour.
21 March Clubgrants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants – Arts & Culture offers funding for arts and cultural infrastructure, sport and recreation infrastructure and projects that assist communities with essential infrastructure and disaster readiness.
We offer STA Members funding support in the following areas:-
STA will require sufficient notice to best assist your project.
Let’s talk about your project ideas!
Regional Arts NSW
Small Project Grants (Quick Response) $500 – $5000 to support NSW-based professional artists and arts/cultural workers to build capability, portfolio of work, audience and/or market.
Monthly rounds until November Regional Arts Fund Quick Response Grants. Support immediate need unable to be planned for or supported by other funding.
Club Grants are now open right across the region. Head to the Club Grants page and find out more.
COVID-19 Business Grant Support for business, sole traders and not-for-profit organisations impacted by the current Greater Sydney COVID-19 restrictions.
COVID-19 Micro-Business Grant provides cash flow support for micro-businesses in New South Wales who have had their work impacted by the restrictions while continuing to incur business costs. Eligible applicants can receive a fortnightly payment of $1,500.
NSW Performing Arts COVID Support Package provides urgent financial support to performing arts venues, producers and promoters impacted by the cancellation or postponement of performances resulting from the NSW Government COVID-19 Public Health Orders from 26 June 2021.
Places to keep on your radar
Australia Council for the Arts
National Association for Visual Arts (NAVA)
Museums and Galleries NSW
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