The Regional Arts NSW has launched the Quick Response Grants program to assist regional artists, arts organisations and communities to take up professional or skills development or small project opportunities.
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The Regional Arts Fund is an Australian Government Program that supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote communities in Australia. It meets the strategic priorities of supporting participation in, and access to, the arts; and encouraging greater private sector support for the arts.
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- Encouraging and supporting sustainable economic, social and cultural development in regional communities;
- Developing partnerships and networks which leverage financial and/or in-kind support for specific projects and encourage ongoing collaboration;
- Developing audiences and broadening community engagement with the arts; and
- Increasing employment and professional development opportunities for, and raise the profile of, regional and remote artists.
- RAF Quick Response Grants – up to $2000 for Individuals and Organisations
What can the funding be used for?
- Artist and arts worker fees (artists should be paid appropriately, see RAF Resources for reference)
- Travel costs (including international travel)
- Materials and small assets (up to $3000)
- Venue hire
- Equipment hire
- Insurance (a portion of organisations insurance appropriate to the project)
- Project administrative costs (up to 15%)
- Costs of running an organisation, including wages (Recovery & Renewal Projects only)
- Individuals, groups and incorporated not-for-profit organisations.
- Applicants must reside in postcodes classified as regional using the Modified Monash Model Map. The applicant’s physical address must be MMM Classification 2 or above.
- Groups and organisations must either be legally incorporated and have an ABN, or have an auspice organisation manage their grant.
- Individual applicants must have an ABN or have an auspice organisation to manage their grant.
For more information, visit http://regionalartsnsw.com.au/grants/qrg/
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