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Creative Koori Project Funding available to Aboriginal Artists – Australia

Creative Koori Project Funding available to Aboriginal Artists – Australia


Deadline: 1-Mar-21

Create NSW is seeking applications for Creative Koori Projects to build support for a strong, resilient, and exciting Aboriginal arts and cultural sector for NSW.

This funding is only available to Aboriginal artists, arts and cultural workers, groups and organizations. Your intended projects may cover the following elements:

NSW Aboriginal cultural development.
Contemporary practice.
Sharing NSW Aboriginal culture the Aboriginal way.
Promoting NSW Aboriginal culture.
Strengthening the NSW Aboriginal arts and cultural sector.
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The ACFP is guided by three key objectives:

Strengthen creative leadership and programming excellence in NSW.
Grow NSW arts and cultural activity that drives community and social benefits.
Cultivate NSW as a leader for strategic arts and cultural governance and strong financial management.
Funding Information

The maximum amount of funding that you can apply for is $60,000.
What can you apply for?

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Funding may be requested for a range of activities including but not limited to:

NSW Aboriginal cultural development including projects that focus on cultural revitalization and passing on cultural creative practices and knowledge between generations.
A contemporary practice that explores new ways of cultural and creative expression. This can include the creation of new work and practice-based research or experimentation.
Sharing NSW Aboriginal culture through productions, exhibitions, performances, publishing or recording, touring and festivals. This can also include projects that foster collaboration or partnerships with others and market/audience development activity.
Promoting NSW Aboriginal culture through promotion and marketing activities.
Strengthening the NSW Aboriginal arts and cultural sector through a wide range of activities such as:
creation of employment pathways for Aboriginal artists;
professional development for Aboriginal individuals, groups and organizations;
conservation and/or development of Aboriginal collections and archives of cultural material.
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;
An Aboriginal-owned/operated organization; and
Based in NSW.
Focus
Your project must be clearly defined as 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/creative-koori-project-funding/

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