Shoalhaven Arts Board Grants

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Shoalhaven City Council’s Arts Board is offering two rounds of grants to assist artists create work and to boost their professional development.

The grants are open from Monday 16 March to Friday 8 May 2020.

Arts projects, on the theme A Sense of Place, will support applications of up to $10,000.

Arts Practitioners Professional Development Grants, of up to $3,000, focus on supporting individual artists, arts workers and small groups to enhance their skills and build sustainable careers.

The Arts Board’s vision is to make the Shoalhaven a recognised outstanding arts destination, that connects people

Shoalhaven City Council’s Arts Board is offering two rounds of grants to assist artists create work and to boost their professional development.

The grants are open from Monday 16 March to Friday 8 May 2020.

Arts projects, on the theme A Sense of Place, will support applications of up to $10,000.

Arts Practitioners Professional Development Grants, of up to $3,000, focus on supporting individual artists, arts workers and small groups to enhance their skills and build sustainable careers.

The Arts Board’s vision is to make the Shoalhaven a recognised outstanding arts destination, that connects people, fosters sustainable communities and celebrates Indigenous and contemporary history.

The professional development grants are available for activities that support individual artists, arts workers and/or small groups to further develop and enhance their skill-set across the visual, performing and literary arts.

Eligible activities include, mentorships, residencies, research trips, masterclasses, and creative developments.

The A Sense of Place Grant supports art forms such as photography, music, dance, new art forms, performance and literature. It also supports applications for public art intended to improve engagement with the arts and enhance the urban environments of the Shoalhaven.

Please note, any correspondence submitted to Council on this matter may be open to public inspection without notifying the correspondents.

If you require any further information, please contact Council’s Arts and Culture Unit on 02 4429 5441.