There are always a number of grants opportunities available from various sources for all types of projects, this is not an exhaustive list. Sometimes you need to think outside the square…
South East Arts staff are available to help artists, arts organisations and community groups to apply for arts related grants and to assist in finding funding. Please contact us if you need assistance or advice.
Please note that South East Arts does not provide funding itself.
Government Funding Sources
Youth Opportunities Grant – Youth NSW
Create NSW – various opportunities throughout the year including Quick Response grants. NOTE: There will be 2 dates a year when funding is due, early Sept and early March.
Country Arts Support Program (CASP) applications close 29 July. The aim of the CASP is to support community arts and cultural development in regional NSW through small grants. As part of your application process you must communicate with your Regional Arts Deveopment Office – that’s us. Give us a call 02 64920711 or email email@example.com to make an appointment. More info HERE
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund (RAF) supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia and meets the strategic priorities of supporting participation in, and access to, the arts and encouraging greater private sector support for the arts. The Regional Arts Fund is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities. Applications close 25 August. More info HERE
Don’t forget to check out opportunities with your local Shire Councils:
Applications for the 2019 Writing NSW Grants program are now open. A total of $27,000 in funding is available to support early career writers, emerging writing organisations, and a writer & scientist working on a joint project. There are grants reserved for applicants in regional NSW. Applications close 28 July more info HERE
Windmill Trust – supporting regional artists
Grants for Visual Artists from NAVA
Dreams for a Better World – community grants