Independent Artists and Groups Grant Program in Australia

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Independent Artists and Groups Grant Program in Australia


Deadline: 11-Oct-21

The Government of South Australia is inviting applications for Independent Artists and Groups Grant Program to support the development, production and presentation of new works by independent artists and groups across all art forms.

Development of new work might involve periods in the studio or rehearsal room or working with other artists.

Applicants may seek assistance towards various stages of the work’s development, with or without a public outcome. Research projects are eligible if the applicant has a track record of achievement.

What you can apply for:

Administration
Commissioning fees
Creative fees (such as performers, composers, choreographers, designers, curators)
Producer fees
Technical personnel and production costs
Travel, living allowance
Marketing costs
Materials
Hire of studio, venue and equipment
Freight
Curatorial cost, catalogue essay writer’s fees, catalogue design and printing costs
Photography and documentation
Exhibition costs
The preparation of work intended for self-publishing, such as mentorship, editing and design costs (applicants must make a compelling case for self-publishing, which includes a strong track record of published work and a viable marketing/distribution plan)
Eligibility Criteria

Individuals and groups

Applicants must:
be professional practicing artists or arts workers / cultural workers
be Australian citizens or have permanent resident status
live in South Australia six months or more per year.
In some cases, employees of South Australian Government funded arts and cultural organisations may be able to apply. Refer to individual grant categories for category-specific eligibility.
Individuals and unincorporated South Australian groups may have their grant auspiced by a recognised incorporated body.
Note: Artists and arts workers employed by funded arts and cultural organisations (at least 0.6 FTE) require a financial contribution of a minimum of 30% of total activity cost to be made by the organisation if the eligible activity relates to their employment.

Organisations

Generally, applications are accepted from not-for-profit South Australian arts and cultural organisations, including those funded through Arts South Australia, the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, the Department for Innovation and Skills and the Department for Education. Local Government and state government agencies and for-profit arts and cultural organisations are eligible applicants in some grant categories.
Refer to individual grant categories for category-specific eligibility.
Individuals and unincorporated South Australian groups may have their grant auspiced by a recognised incorporated body.
For more information, visit https://www.dpc.sa.gov.au/responsibilities/arts-and-culture/grants/individuals-groups-organisations/independent-artists-groups