The Project Grants stream supports applications which benefit the community, increase access and participation, and/or provide direct benefits to artists and arts workers. This program has been revised due to COVID-19. Picture by Warren Lilford. If they do so, note that some parts of the Site may not function properly. The Regional Arts Fund provides approximately $3.4 million per year to support artists and communities in regional and remote areas. Northern Territory Regional Arts (NTRA) is a registered business name of Darwin Community Arts Inc, a non-profit, incorporated association that focuses on grassroots arts and cultural development. Third party websites Users may find advertising or other content on our Site that link to the sites and services of our partners, suppliers, advertisers, sponsors, licensors and other third parties. Some examples are: delivering workshops in preparation for an event, research and/or developing new works, writing and creating a new publication, developing and presenting multi-arts performances, strengthening audience development and opportunities for collaborative partnerships with non-arts based organisations, coordinating, undertaking or providing a mentorship, collaborating with other artists to create new works or present works to new regions skills development initiatives. User may choose to set their web browser to refuse cookies, or to alert you when cookies are being sent. Albany’s CircaSEA Troupe perform glowing acrodance. Regional Arts Australia and Northern Territory Regional Arts(NTRA) are required to ensure that necessary permissions are obtained to allow funding to be announced publicly by the Australian Government (including the Minister and the Department), Members of Parliament, Regional Arts Australia and NTRA, including by way of publication on the internet and in print media by any of those persons. Refer to the guidelines for more information before applying. The Regional Arts Fund is an Australian Government program that supports and promotes participation in, and access to, Australia’s arts and culture in regional, rural and remote Australia. Skills development initiatives may relate to: specific arts practice; arts management; small business management; emerging technologies; arts or cross sector training and mentoring schemes; or broader community cultural development and capacity building. Browsing and interaction on any other website, including websites which have a link to our Site, is subject to that website's own terms and policies. Any of the above can be the primary applicant; however, it is recommended the application is prepared and submitted by the party taking the lead on the project. Are you aged 12-26, living in regional WA and looking to run your own arts project in your community to develop skills and experience in a creative field? The Regional Arts Fund is administered in each State or Territory by Regional Program Administrators (Regional Arts Australia’s member organisations and affiliated organisations). Regional and Remote Festivals Fund guidelines, Submit an enquiry via the online enquiry form, increase arts and cultural activity in regional and remote WA, provide employment opportunities for regional and remote communities, contribute to tourism growth in regional and remote WA, provide opportunities for regional and remote communities to participate in arts and cultural activity in their towns and communities, WA arts groups, organisations or individual artists, Regional and Remote Festivals Fund: Up to $50,000. This guidance material has been put together to outline the objectives and eligibility criteria for the Regional Arts Fund in the Northern Territory. Download the NTRA Guidelines here, ONLINE RESOURCESArtists and volunteer rates HEREANSWERSBANK for questions in application form HERERegional Arts Australia Resources Kit HERERAF Budget Template HEREPhoto Release Form HERE, Address Unit 2, 1 Travers St COCONUT GROVE NT 0810 Social Media FacebookEmail info@ntraf.org.au Phone 08 8961 9005 (we can't always get to the phone, please leave a message if we don't answer)web www.ntraf.org.au, Unit 2, 1 Travers Street, Coconut Grove, NT 0810, Australia. The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land. These sites and services may have their own privacy policies and customer service policies. Information and Privacy  Personal information collected through the Regional Arts Fund is protected by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). Help us improve our service or tell us what is working really well. Check your state or territory organisation’s website to find out when applications open and close in your area. We pay tribute and our respects to Elders past and present. The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) and the Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS) are pleased to announce the launch of the third cycle (2021-2023)... Read More The Oscar Academy 2020 Members Announced The Regional and Remote Festivals Fund supports arts and cultural activity at regional and remote festivals in Western Australia.