March 6, 2013

Museums & Galleries NSW - Funding & Prizes

Mentorship, Fellowship and Placements
2013 round now open!

 With a Mentorship or Fellowship, paid museum and gallery staff can travel interstate or overseas, get a fresh perspective and build new industry contacts. The grants cover costs associated with travel, accommodation and incidentals.

The Volunteer Placement provides volunteers with an opportunity to extend their knowledge, enhance their skills and increase their networks through access to the resources and staff of larger or specialised cultural organisations.

Closing: Friday 19 April 2013

This is an Arts NSW devolved funding program administered by Museums & Galleries NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.

Volunteer Initiated Museum grants (VIM)
Now open for 2013!

If your volunteer run museum requires funding for projects addressing skill development, operational planning and forward planning then consider applying for a VIM grant.




This is an Arts NSW devolved funding program administered by Museums & Galleries NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.

Your Community Heritage grants
Now open for applications

 Grants up to $500,000 are available to help community groups to conserve and protect Australia’s nationally significant historic sites, undertake natural disaster recovery and mitigation activities relating to historic heritage places, honour eminent Australians who have made a significant contribution to our nation, assist communities tell their heritage stories and enhance community engagement in heritage through celebrations and events.

Closing: Thursday 21 March 2013

Residency for artists living in regional NSW

Artspace is a leading international residency-based contemporary art centre, housed in the historic Gunnery Building in Woolloomooloo fronting Sydney Harbour. Operating four on-site residential studios, six non-residential work spaces and an Open Studio program, as well as exhibition program Artspace is the key hub of the contemporary art community in Sydney, fostering dialogue between local artists, writers and curators and their national and international counterparts. This residency opportunity will provide an artist from regional NSW with a unique professional development opportunity.  The successful applicant will be provided with costs for return travel, residential studio accommodation, a living allowance and support towards production costs. The residency will take place October - December 2013. Applications are invited from professional visual artists resident in regional New South Wales and working in any medium.  

Closing: Friday 3 May 2013

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