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Create NSW’s Annual Organisation and Project Funding Grants (Australia)

Create NSW’s Annual Organisation and Project Funding Grants (Australia)


Deadline: 1-Mar-21

To provide platforms for creative development, presenting new and current work that tells NSW stories and excites audiences, and supporting careers and employment of artists, arts workers, and cultural practitioners, Create NSW invests in NSW arts and cultural organizations through its Annual Organisation and Project funding grants.

Organisations have two options for applying for support:

Annual Organisation Funding: To deliver an annual program of arts and cultural activities.
Project Funding: Funding of up to $60,000 for development and/or presentation of new work.
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Funding is available for a wide range of activities, including:

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Partnerships, capacity building and sustainability.
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Funding is available for a wide range of arts and cultural activity, including:

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The creative development and/or public presentation of work(s), for example, literary works, music, dance or theatre pieces.
Commissioning professional artists – for example, a writer, composer, choreographer or visual artist – to develop a work for an event.
Partnerships (including those with the non-arts sector) to develop arts and culture in a specific region, Priority Area or artform/discipline.
Community collaborations involving professional artists, to develop skills, public performances, exhibitions or participatory events.
The development and presentation of a new museum display featuring items from current and/or new or borrowed collections.
Arts and cultural activities aimed at engaging young people, particularly students attending geographically and/or socio-economically disadvantaged schools.
Extending an artist’s or organisation’s practice, audiences or markets.
Developing and deepening audience engagement with arts and culture.
Funding Information

For Annual Organization funding, the maximum amount of funding that you can apply for is $140,000.
For Project funding, the maximum amount of funding that you can apply for is $60,000.
Who can apply?

To be eligible for Creative Koori Projects funding you need to meet the following three criteria:

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You must be:
An Aboriginal individual or a group of Aboriginal individuals or
An Aboriginal-owned/operated organization; and
Based in NSW.
Focus
Your project must be clearly defined as an art and cultural activity.
Benefit
Your project must benefit NSW by either: employing NSW-based Aboriginal practicing artists and/or arts and cultural workers; and/or providing arts and cultural experiences to NSW Aboriginal communities and/or audiences.
For more information, visit https://www.create.nsw.gov.au/funding-and-support/arts-and-cultural-funding-program/organisation-funding/

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