Applications open for Festivals Australia funding

Published:

Arts and culture organisations in Wide Bay are invited to apply for a share of more than $500,000 for arts projects at festivals and significant one-off community celebrations.
 
Federal Member for Wide Bay, Llew O'Brien is encouraging local organisations to apply for the next round of Festivals Australia funding for projects including parades, performances, workshops and installations to promote community engagement at local festivals in regional and remote communities.
 
Mr O'Brien said festivals are a highlight on the community calendar for people of all ages.
 
"Festivals Australia funding supports local artists and organisations to deliver projects that enhance events with arts and cultural experiences, telling local stories and explore who we are."
 
"The Festivals Australia funding program provides valuable opportunities for local artists to come together to share their works, and are a drawcard for tourists, which boosts local economies."
 
Applications close on Sunday March 22 at 5pm.
 
Organisations are encouraged to check the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS Remoteness Areas 2011) to determine whether their festival is in an eligible location.
 
For more information and to apply visit: www.arts.gov.au/festivals.

 
Australian Government Entertainment Festivals & Events Lifestyle Political
Social:   

Llew O'Brien MP : View Full Profile
PO Box 283, Gympie
1300 301 968
Llew O'Brien MP
Showing 10+ recent articles for this business
Support for businesses in Wide Bay 27 March 2020 | Support is available to small and medium-sized businesses impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak through the Coalition Government's business hotline. More information...
Supporting Australian Workers and Businesses in Wide Bay 23 March 2020 | More financial assistance is now available for individuals, retirees, families, sole traders and businesses in Wide Bay with stage two of the Coalition Government's economic assistance plan to cushion the economic... More information...
New funding for bridges and heavy vehicle safety 18 March 2020 | Applications are now open for funding to upgrade bridges and freight roads under Round 5 of the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government's Bridges Renewal Program (BRP) and Round 7 of the Heavy Vehicle Safety and... More information...
Buying local is the best prescription for a healthy economy 13 March 2020 | Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O'Brien is urging people to support local businesses and help keep Australians in jobs, as the Coalition Government rolls out its stimulus package. More information...
Economic Stimulus Package 13 March 2020 | Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O'Brien has welcomed a $17.6 billion economic plan to keep Australians in jobs, keep businesses trading, and support households and the Australian economy as the world deals with... More information...
Deeming rate cut to boost payments for 900,000 Australians 12 March 2020 | About 900,000 Australians will see an increase to their fortnightly social security payments following the Liberal and Nationals Government's decision to reduce deeming rates, Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew... More information...
Wide Bay encouraged to celebrate Indigenous Australian culture 09 March 2020 | Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O'Brien is calling on local communities to showcase the best of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and history during this year's NAIDOC Week. More information...
Black spot program funds to save lives in Maryborough 28 February 2020 | Residents in Maryborough received a major road safety boost today with the Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O'Brien announcing $215,500 will be invested in two projects under the 2020-21 Black Spot Program. More information...
Spelling out an opportunity for students in Wide Way 27 February 2020 | Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O'Brien is encouraging students in schools throughout Wide Bay to test their spelling skills by taking part in the inaugural Prime Minister's Spelling Bee. More information...
Black spot program funds to save lives at Cedar Pocket 27 February 2020 | Residents in Gympie received a major road safety boost today with Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O'Brien announcing $755,500 will be invested to upgrade Cedar Pocket Road and Gap Road at Cedar Pocket under the... More information...


comments powered by Disqus

All articles submitted by third parties or written by My Sunshine Coast come under our Disclaimer / Terms of Service