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November 2020

Australian Ceramics Triennale 2022

Mon November 16 @ 4:00 pm - Mon December 14 @ 11:30 pm
Central Craft, 61 Larapinta Drive
Alice Springs, NT 0870
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The Triennale Committee is currently seeking Expressions of Interest from artists, educators, researchers, curators, writers, individuals, and organisations to be part of the program under the following daily themes: ARCHETYPE: Traditions and Origins. ALCHEMY: Transformation and Experimentation. ANARCHY: Breaking Rules and Collapsing Territories. Come and be part of an engaging and challenging program of discussions, lectures, demonstrations, workshops, and events, as we celebrate and interrogate the field of contemporary ceramics in all its diversity! If you'd like to get involved…

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Applications open for June Marriott Gallery 2021

Tue November 17 - Thu December 31
Central Craft, 61 Larapinta Drive
Alice Springs, NT 0870
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We're taking applications for the June Marriott Gallery 2021. Head to our website or email directors@centralcraft.org.au for more information. Central Craft is a not for profit Members organisation based in Alice Springs that supports and promotes traditional and contemporary craft and design practice in Central Australia. Our aim is to: ·         build the visibility of contemporary craft and design from the Northern Territory ·         exhibit high quality craft and design to local, regional and international audiences ·         engage and educate…

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Crisis Relief Grants for Musicians – Support Act

Tue November 24 - Thu December 31

The COVID-19 pandemic has created intense financial hardship for artists, crew and music workers across all genres. Many of you were the first to lose your jobs and your income, and our sector could well be the last to recover. With funding support from the Australian Government through the Office for the Arts, Support Act has expanded its services to offer Crisis Relief to music industry professionals impacted by COVID-19. This additional funding enables us to offer crisis relief to: musicians, crew and…

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December 2020

Creative Arts Recovery Quick Response Grants

December 2, 2020 - January 15, 2021

The Alice Springs Town Council Cre­ative Arts Recov­ery Quick Response Grants aim to pro­vide finan­cial assis­tance to arts organ­i­sa­tions, groups and indi­vid­u­als across all arts forms, who have been impact­ed by can­cel­la­tions and lost oppor­tu­ni­ties due to COVID-19, to adapt their work and prac­tice, deliv­er works, cre­ate new works, devel­op their skills, or sup­port the Alice Springs arts com­mu­ni­ty. Once fund­ing has been expend­ed, the grants pro­gram will close, and no fur­ther appli­ca­tions will be funded. Assess­ment Criteria All appli­ca­tions will be…

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Workshop Tutors Central Craft

December 2, 2020 - January 15, 2021
Central Craft, 61 Larapinta Drive
Alice Springs, NT 0870
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Are you a practicing artist and tutor interested in holding workshops at Central Craft? We're seeking expressions of interest from tutors for our workshop program, send your ideas to directors@centralcraft.org.au for a workshop proposal form or follow the link to our website and to download a form.

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Community Benefit Fund – Minor Community Grants

December 2, 2020 - July 15, 2021

Minor community grants aims to improve the capacity of not-for-profit organisations to provide services, leisure activities and opportunities to Territorians. Eligible organisations can apply for amounts up to $15,000. Current Priorities: Priority 1 Applications from grass roots organisations that have limited ability to source funding from other sources. Priority 2 Applications that will provide an ongoing community benefit beyond the period of the grant funding. Application Information: Applications for funding can be lodged all year round. Applications will be assessed…

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The Dreaming Award – Australia Council

Mon December 7

About the Dreaming Award The Dreaming Award was established in 2012 to support an inspirational young First Nations artist aged 18-30 years to create a major body of work through mentoring and partnerships. The mentor/partner will be another established professional artist or partner nominated by the artist who will guide and mentor the applicant to assist in the development of work. This award will be presented at the 2021 First Nations Arts Awards. Amount: $20,000 Application close:  7 December 2020. Applications close at 3pm AEDT on…

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NAVA – Collaborative Mentorship Initiative

Mon December 14

About the program The Collaborative Mentorship Initiative offers early-career practitioners the unique opportunity to work one-on-one with advising artists and arts workers to inspire confidence and self-awareness, and to build the knowledge, skills and capacity to pursue projects and goals. This program, to be completed over four months, is based on a mutual mentorship model that provides both the adviser and early-career practitioner space to share ideas and learn from each other. To acknowledge the contribution of early-career practitioners, they will be paid at…

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1000 x 1000 Crisis Cash for Artists

Thu December 31

"The hard time is now" A group of Champion Companies in the performing arts led by Theatre Network Australia and facilitated by Creative Partnerships Australia through the Australian Cultural Fund has been actively fundraising to provide emergency financial relief to artists in need. Our goal is for 1000 donors to each contribute $1000, allowing us to support 1000 artists! If you are interested in donating please click here If you are an eligible artist, you may submit a request for…

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January 2021

Community Benefit Fund – Major Community Events Grants

January 1, 2021 - February 28, 2021

Major community events grants provide funding to conduct major community events for the benefit of Territorians. Eligible organisations can apply for amounts up to $15,001 and $250,000 per year for up to three years. Your application is encouraged to consider ways to develop sustainable funding options which can supplement grant funding Current Priorities: Priority 1 Applications that are wide reaching and have a great deal of community involvement and support. Priority 2 Applications that support the growth of the NT…

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Community Benefit Fund – Major Community Grants

January 1, 2021 - February 28, 2021

Major community grants provides funding to provide services, leisure activities and opportunities to Territorians. Eligible organisations can apply for amounts between $15,001 and $250,000. Current Priorities: Priority 1 Applications for infrastructure improvements or asset purchases that can demonstrate an ongoing community benefit beyond the period of funding. Priority 2 Applications that support the growth of the NT provide multi-level stimulus through the outcome of the grant also use local suppliers and contractors in the process of completing the grant. Key…

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February 2021

ANAT Synapse 2021 : Applications open now

February 17, 2021

ANAT (Australian Network for Art and Technology) is calling for applications from artists and scientists for our prestigious Synapse Residency program, which, since 2004, has enabled research collaborations between more than 100 artists and scientists. ANAT Synapse involves Australian science organisations hosting artists in residence, leading to profound artistic and professional development for the participants, while also building a sustainable support base for interdisciplinary creative collaboration in Australia. ANAT Synapse brings artists and scientists together in research partnerships that generate new knowledge, ideas…

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FRRR – Strengthening Rural Communities Grants

February 23, 2021

The Strengthening Rural Communities (SRC) program aims to give the thousands of small rural, regional and remote communities across Australia an opportunity to access funding to support broad community needs. The program criteria are deliberately flexible, and designed to be able to help communities address different needs and opportunities, as and when they emerge. Grants are available for a broad range of grassroots, community-led initiatives that directly and clearly benefit local communities. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and…

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May 2021

RISE Funding – Australian Government

May 31, 2021

. Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund The RISE Fund is supporting the arts and entertainment sector to reactivate. The program is targeting funding towards the arts and entertainment sector organisations who are seeking to restart, re-imagine or create new activities. The program is intended to assist by providing finance to assist the presentation of new or re-shaped cultural and creative activities and events. The RISE Fund is delivered to support artists and organisations affected by COVID-19 through…

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June 2021

Arts NT – Professional Development Grants

June 30, 2021

The Professional Development fund prioritises access to development opportunities for professional artists and arts workers. Professional development grants are available for artists and arts workers to access and participate in professional development activities. Professional development opportunities may include participation and showcasing at specialist workshops, arts industry forums or national markets and showcasing events. Up to $2000 in funding is available. Applications are open all year. CLICK HERE FORE MORE INFORMATION

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