Grants and opportunities

Sep 12 · News for Members


Regional Events Fund – Visit Victoria
Closes 30 September
Events bring thousands of visitors to regional areas, boosting businesses, creating jobs, and helping local economies thrive. The $20 million Regional Events Fund supports events held in regional Victoria, showcasing our regional tourism strengths and building Victoria’s reputation as an events destination.

National Regional Arts Fellowship Program – Regional Arts Australia
Closes 30 September 2022
Investing in the development of artistic and creative practice, relevant to those practicing, working and living in regional and remote Australia. Up to $20,000 available.

Visions of Australia – Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts
Closes 30 September 2022
The Visions of Australia regional exhibition touring program supports audience access to Australian arts and cultural material, with a particular focus on tours to regional and remote Australia.

Festivals Australia – Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts
Closes 5 October 2022
Festivals Australia supports community participation in, and access to, the arts and aims to support partnerships and collaboration across the sector.

Small Regional Presenters Fund – Regional Arts Victoria
Applications close 10 October 2022
Small Regional Presenters is a funding program that supports regional communities to program and present shows in their area. It also supports skills development and capacity building by encouraging presenters to develop long term plans and audience development strategies.

Digital Fellowship Program – Australia Council for the Arts
Closes 11 October 2022
This program brings practitioners based in Australia and New Zealand together to co-develop their digital practice and set directions for the future of the arts in our region.

Playing Australia Project Investment – Australia Council
Closes 11 October 2022

Supporting performing arts tours to reach regional and remote communities across Australia with funding for touring costs.


Call for participants: Women re-entering the music workforce – RMIT
Sessions taking place September 2022
This project is an RMIT University initiative to help facilitate the re-entry of women and gender non-conforming people into the music workforce. If you are a woman or gender non-conforming person who has taken a break from their music career, or anticipates doing so, and lives in the state of Victoria, Australia, RMIT University would like to hear from you.

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