Richard Llewellyn Deaf and Disability Grants for Individuals (Australia)

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Richard Llewellyn Deaf and Disability Grants for Individuals (Australia)


Deadline: 3-May-21

The Government of South Australia is pleased to launch the Richard Llewellyn Deaf and Disability Grants for Individual to support the development and presentation of projects across all art forms by professional practicing artists who are Deaf or identify as having a disability.

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administration
creative fees (such as performers, composers, choreographers, designers, etc.)
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
small scale, independent film projects
auspicing fees.
Ineligible Funding

The Arts and Culture Grants Program does not fund:

projects without professional outcomes, such as amateur productions, fundraising, competitions, awards and prizes
costs for study for a tertiary education qualification (undergraduate, postgraduate), including projects forming part of a course of study or graduation ceremonies
contemporary music projects – funding is available through the Music Development Office. Please note however that the Arts and Culture Grants Program does support contemporary music in certain grant programs.
design projects with a purely commercial outcome
screen-based projects aimed at the cinema, film festivals or television; media and gaming projects with a purely commercial outcome (you should contact the South Australian Film Corporation).
Some activity will be eligible when incorporated into projects in other art form areas
start-up business costs and the purchase of basic equipment
manuscripts aimed at the education sector
framing costs
costs associated with self-publishing (eg. printing costs).
The preparation of work intended for self-publishing may be supported where a compelling case can be made.
This would include evidence of a strong track record of published work and a viable marketing/distribution plan.
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Individual artists who are Deaf or identify as having a disability
Individual arts and cultural workers who are Deaf or identify as having a disability
Arts and cultural organisations may submit and/or auspice grants on behalf of artists and arts and cultural workers who are Deaf or identify as having a disability.
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.
Please 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.
Individuals and unincorporated South Australian groups may have their grant auspiced by a recognised incorporated body.
Who is Ineligible

Your application will be ineligible if:

groups and organisations (unless auspicing artists and arts and cultural workers who are Deaf or identify as having a disability)
individuals who are not Deaf or identify as having a disability.
you have an outstanding acquittal for a previous grant
your organisation is insolvent or under administration
funded activity starts or has been completed before the funded activity commencement date
projects or activities do not have a clear arts or cultural component.
Evaluation Criteria

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All applications are assessed against the following criteria:
Artistic Merit and Viability are the two key criteria to consider in your proposal.
Address the Engagement and/or Development criteria as they relate to your proposal – your proposal may meet all criteria.
You do not need to respond to each individual bullet point.
ARTISTIC MERIT
In assessing the Artistic Merit criterion, the peers may consider:
innovation, originality, quality, creativity and ambition
the track record, creative achievement and skill of the artist or artists involved
the context in which the work is being undertaken
the potential contribution to the development of the art form
evidence of experimentation, risk taking and bravery.
VIABILITY
In assessing the Viability criterion, the peers may consider:
the planning and resources required to achieve the potential of the proposal
the ability of the applicant to meet the logistical challenges of the proposal
evidence of strong financial and operational management, including a realistic budget and timeline
evidence of additional resources and support, including other sources of income
in-kind contributions.
ENGAGEMENT
In assessing the Engagement criterion, the peers may consider:
the potential to grow audiences and their critical understanding of the art form
the development of new markets, locally, nationally and/or internationally
the development of new ways to engage with those markets
the potential to provide a broader range of people with opportunities to participate in arts experiences through strategies that increase access, social inclusion and cultural diversity
evidence of deeper engagement with, and the involvement of, particular communities and/or audiences and the delivery of artistic benefits to them.
DEVELOPMENT
In assessing the Development criterion, the peers may consider:
the development of artist and art form practice
the potential to enhance the skills and/or professional reputation of the applicant
the capacity to forge new pathways for artist and sector development
the capacity to develop new networks, collaborations and partnerships
the contribution to South Australia’s reputation as a centre of cultural leadership
at a national and international level, and the resultant economic benefits.
For more information, visit https://www.dpc.sa.gov.au/responsibilities/arts-and-culture/grants/richard-llewellyn-deaf-and-disability-grants/projects-individual