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FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES: DCA, APRA/AMCOS, OzCo, Kiss Club

23 Feb

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CREATIVE INDUSTRIES GRANTS FROM DCA: DEADLINE CHANGED
 
Music to the ears is here with musicians, fashion designers and industry related businesses being offered support by the Creative Industries program with opportunity for funding to assist in strategic development. But please note, the applications deadline has changed, now closing 4pm on Thursday 9 April. Online Grants will open on Tuesday 3 March through DCA’s new online grants management system.

More info here.

 

APRA/AMCOS MUSIC GRANTS

Every year APRA allocate a percentage of their revenue to fund initiatives across the Australian and New Zealand music industry with their Music Grants program. The program invests in projects, events and organisations that support, develop and invest in their members’ music. Areas of funding include Recognition, Education, Special Projects, Market Development, Industry/Community Partnerships, Core Funding and Skills Development.

Applications Close on Sun 31 May.

More info here

 

AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS GRANTS OPEN

Need some support for a music project? Want to tour regionally or across Australia? Planning to record an EP or album? Have an amazing idea for a music initiative that will change the WA music scene? The Australia Council has developed a new grants model and applications are open!  The current grant round closes in March, so get onto it now.

More info here

 

NEW REGIONAL ARTIST DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIPS OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS

Outstanding regional artists and arts workers can apply for up to $30,000 to develop their professional skills and gain experience in the national and international arts landscape. In October last year funding for five Regional Artist Development Fellowships was announced as part of the Australian Government’s commitment to supporting professional regional artists and promoting a vibrant, creative life in Australia’s regions. These fellowships will provide artists and arts workers with new and valuable experiences that not only support their career but also deliver long-term benefits to the cultural life of their communities.

The five fellowships are:

  • The International creative development fellowship ($30,000), which is open to regional artists to support a placement or experience outside Australia to develop creative practice.
  • The Indigenous creative development fellowship ($20,000), which is open to Indigenous regional artists to support a placement or experience outside their region (including international, metropolitan or other regions) to develop creative practice.
  • The Young artist creative development fellowship ($15,000), which is available for regional artists aged between 18 and 26 to support a placement or experience outside their region (including international, metropolitan or other regions) to develop creative practice or support their career path.
  • The Institutional fellowship and Indigenous institutional fellowship ($30,000 each) will each support a placement for a regional artist or arts worker at an Australian arts institution. The placement could include formal training, mentoring with institutional leaders or a work placement.

Applications close at midnight on Friday 17 April.

More info here.

 

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN FOR KISS CLUB

Kiss Club encourages practitioners from live disciplines to explore, test and experiment with their ideas and receive immediate feedback from an audience of peers. Do you have 10 minutes worth of material you would like to test out? Participating artists receive up to $200 in production expenses, dramaturgical and technical support, and rehearsal time. Places are limited, and interest is always high.

“Kiss Club is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for artists and audiences. Participating in Kiss Club forces ideas into reality through a celebratory process of social experimentation that is at once lively, touching, and unpredictable.”

Applications close Saturday 28 February.

More info here.

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts Australian Government

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.