Arts and Culture Grants October roadshow

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Arts Development Officers are taking to the road to deliver information sessions across the Territory.

If you are interested in applying for a grant, join us at an information session to meet the team and find out:

  • what funding is available
  • if your activity is eligible and which category fits best
  • what support material you need to provide with your application
  • preparing a complete budget for your activity and what costs can be included
  • what other requirements you need to consider, such as insurance, copyright and cultural protocols
  • what activities have been funded previously.

Register below for any of the following information sessions. Before attending an information session, we recommend that you read the 2022-23 Arts and Culture Grants Guidelines PDF (1.4 MB).

If you cannot attend any of the sessions listed below, you can also call Arts NT to discuss your activity on the phone or by making an appointment for a meeting, either face-to-face or via videoconference using Microsoft Teams.

Darwin

12 October
Harbour View Plaza, Level 2, 4 Tiger Brennan Drive

  • 12pm - 1pm
  • 5pm - 6pm

Book via Eventbrite

Palmerston

13 October
Durack Community Creative Space, 33 Packard Ave, Durack
12pm - 1pm

Book via Eventbrite

Katherine

13 October
Katherine Regional Arts, 19 Second St
4.30pm - 5.30pm

Book via Eventbrite

Alice Springs

  • 17 October
    Red Hot Arts Central Australia, 67 Bath St
    5pm - 6pm
  • 18 October
    Red Hot Arts Central Australia, 67 Bath St
    12.30pm – 1.30pm

Book via Eventbrite

Tennant Creek

2 November
Barkly Regional Arts, 65 Staunton St
5pm - 6pm

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Nhulunbuy/Yirrkala

25 October
Territory Families, Housing and Communities, 73 Chesterfield Circuit
2pm - 3pm

Book via Eventbrite

26 October
Buku-Larrnggay Mulka | Yirrkala Art Centre, 138 Tuffin Rd
10am - 2pm

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