It's an exceptional opportunity to take your organisation or performance group to the next level.
There are funding opportunities for Individuals and Groups too, so let's dig into the nitty gritty.
Create NSW’s Annual Program funding is open to arts and cultural organisations as well as local government authorities who are developing a slate of arts and cultural activities.
As with all funding opportunities, it’s a competitive pitching and submission process. To ensure you’ve got the best chance to attract funding, a succinct project vision backed with the right team and skill sets to bring the submission together, are important ingredients for success.
Some organisations and groups are fortunate to have a dedicated team member to lead the creation, collation and delivery of a well articulated submission. Others can definitely benefit from enlisting a grant writing specialist or reviewer to help bring together your Program’s vision and development of a compelling grant submission.
It’s important to review the project guidelines and understand how your organisation’s Program plans align with the outcomes expected for successful participants in the current and upcoming funding rounds. So, let’s take a look at the key objectives:
Funding is available for a wide range of arts and cultural activities, including (but not limited to):
Key Dates and Deadlines
Round 2 closes 13 February 2023, 5pm AEST.
Dollars and Sense
You can apply for up to $200,000 under the Annual Funding category for organisations and up to $60,000 for Individuals & Groups.
If you're considering putting together a submission, a great place to start is to review the guidelines and see how your Program's current objectives align.
The guidelines for Organisations and Individuals can be accessed here:
Creative Koori Program
Creative Koori Projects funding is open to Aboriginal artists, arts and cultural workers, groups, and organisations.
It aims to support a strong, resilient, and creative Aboriginal arts and cultural sector for NSW. This will be done by embracing the principles of Aboriginal self-determination and putting Aboriginal artists, arts and cultural workers, organisations, and communities at the centre of funded activity.
This funding of up to a maximum of $60,000 is open to Aboriginal artists, arts and cultural workers, groups and organisations. Please review the guidelines and feel free to contact us to learn more about the Program:
How may we help you?
Our team of grant writing specialists have a successful track record in assisting cultural groups and organisations unlock funding opportunities.
Why not enlist a specialist grants consultant to give your Program the best chance of achieving funding success?
Feel free to contact us via the below form with a brief description of your Program and let's explore how we can assist you in the formulation of an award-winning submission.
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