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Tasmanian Government announces Aboriginal Arts Program – Australia

Tasmanian Government announces Aboriginal Arts Program – Australia


Deadline: 22-Mar-21

The Government of Tasmania is pleased to announce Aboriginal Arts Program to support arts activities by Aboriginal artists and organizations that stimulate contemporary, traditional, and non-traditional Aboriginal art forms and practices.

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This program is focused on providing opportunities for professional development through mentorships, fellowships and activities that demonstrate strong developmental content.

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The March 2021 round includes $10 000 to support young artists or activities focused on working with young people (aged 0 to 25 years and under)

Who can apply?

Arts Tasmania accepts applications from individuals, groups and organizations.

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Individuals and groups

If you are applying as an individual, you must be a practicing artist or arts worker who has been resident in Tasmania for six of the past twelve months.
Groups must have at least one Tasmanian member.
Students are eligible to apply for grants. However, any activity that is part of a course or contributes to course assessment is not eligible for funding.
If you have received a grant from Arts Tasmania in the past and that grant has not been acquitted, you will not be eligible to apply to Arts Tasmania until your acquittal is accepted.
Organizations

Organizations must be registered under law (an incorporated association, or a company limited by guarantee) or created by law (a government statutory authority).
Organizations that are not based in Tasmania may apply to certain programs for activities that benefit Tasmanian artists or audiences.
Organizations in receipt of multi-year operational support from Arts Tasmania are not eligible to apply to other Arts Tasmania programs for the term of the agreement.
Tasmanian or Federal Government departments and government business enterprises are not eligible to apply to Arts Tasmania.
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This program supports:

Aboriginal artists,
recognized Aboriginal organizations that are legally constituted;
Organizations applying for support towards an Aboriginal specific project.
For more information, visit https://www.arts.tas.gov.au/grants_and_loans/aboriginal_arts_program

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