NT Arts Grants Program Project Round 1 is now open
Applications must be submitted online by Wednesday, 20 March 2013.
Project Round grants are available through the Northern Territory Arts Grants Program and offer Territory artists, community arts groups and organisations funding to support arts activities that further the vision of exploring, expressing and showcasing Northern Territory identity through arts and culture.
A total of $200 000 in funding is available to support arts projects in the following categories:
- Arts Development – Supports projects across all art forms for the research, development or creation of new work or community cultural development
projects with up to $15 000.
- Presentation and Promotion – Supports projects which present, exhibit, distribute or promote NT arts practice with up to $15 000.
- Skills Development– Supports arts initiatives that foster skills, knowledge and experience of participants and build community capacity with up to $15 000.
- Emerging Artists – Supports emerging artists to access funding for arts development, presentation and promotion or skills based projects with up to $ 10 000.
For detailed information read the NT Arts Grants Guidelines and the Project Round 1 – Fact Sheet.
To find out which projects were funded in previous years visit Grant Recipients.
Grant information sessions
Arts Brokers in Darwin and Alice Springs will be available to meet with applicants individually every Friday from 1.00pm – 4.00pm. Arts Brokers can offer advice on:
- Grant category information specific to your project.
- Grants-Tracker – the new online grant application system.
- Application and assessment processes.
- Budget assistance.
Applicants who are considering applying and require individual advice in preparing their application, or are unable to use the application system due to access or technology issues, are encouraged to make an appointment with an Arts Broker. Phone and WebEx meetings are also available for remote applicants. Contact Arts NT on 1800 678 237 or [email protected]
28 February – 20 March 2013