Arts and ​Cultural Infrastructure Grants closing 10 March 2017

Arts and Cultural Infrastructure Grants

The Arts and Cultural Infrastructure grants funding round is now open. The focus of the 2017 round is on the development and enhancement of arts and cultural facilities.

Liquor & Gaming NSW is inviting applications for projects that support communities across NSW to increase participation in arts and culture and drive cultural tourism. Projects with a particular focus on disadvantaged and regional and remote communities will be highly regarded.

What type of projects will be funded?
Arts and cultural funding is available for:

  • construction, alteration, renovation and fit-out of buildings
  • purchase of capital equipment integral to a facility, i.e. seating, stage machinery, lighting, audio-visual equipment, sound systems, air conditioning or accessibility upgrades.

Preference will be given to projects that are able to demonstrate they are ready to commence, with relevant planning and building approvals in place, and underway.

How much funding is available?
The funding range available for a single project is between $100,000 and $300,000.

Online application form

Applications forms are available online here. 

Please read the information on how to apply.

How many applications can I submit?

A maximum of three applications can be submitted. Organisations should be aware there is a very high demand for funds in each grants round.

Important dates

20 January 2017 Applications open
10 March 2017 Applications close

For more information (source) see >>> Arts and Cultural Infrastructure Grants

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