MATCH Lab Funding
This program aims to build artists’ skills in fundraising, increase their knowledge of philanthropy, develop their broader arts business and learn more about creating sustainable sources of revenue for their work into the future.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) – Rural and Regional Arts and Culture Program
This program aims to support regional arts and culture programs including artists in residence, art shows, musical education, talks and lectures, and related activities that encourage engagement by younger people in artistic endeavours.
ExxonMobil Contributions Program
This program aims to provide support to not-for-profit organisations that are seeking funding for specific community projects.
The Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools (ACUADS) Grants
This program aims to fund initiatives of relevance and significance to ACUADS field.
National Library of Australia (NLA) – Community Heritage Grants (CHG)
This program aims to provide assistance with the preservation of locally owned, but nationally significant collections of materials that are publicly accessible including artefacts, letters, diaries, maps, photographs, and audio visual material.
National Cultural Heritage Account
This program ensures that Australian protected objects are kept in Australia, preserved and made accessible to the public by assisting Australian cultural organisations to buy nationally significant objects that they could otherwise not afford.
National Association for the Visual Arts – The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship...
This program aims to assist emerging visual and media arts, craft and design practitioners to develop their practice through overseas travel or tuition.
National Association for the Visual Arts – MPavilion/Art Monthly Australasia Writing Award
This program aims to offer an innovative new writing award to explore the flourishing field of interdisciplinary practice within art and design.
Copyright Agency – Cultural Fund
This program seeks to support a mix of writing, publishing and visual arts projects from around Australia.
Ian Potter Foundation – International Learning & Development Program
This program aims to improve the knowledge of the NFP sector in Australia by sharing international best practices learnt while visiting exemplary organisations overseas.
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