Regional Arts Development Central West NSW

Create NSW: Creative Capital funding

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NOW CLOSED. Minor Works and Equipment Projects closes 26 October 2021. Medium to large projects EXTENDED DEADLINE TO 17 Nov 2021.  The NSW Government has introduced $60 million in strategic funding over two years for the delivery of new and improved cultural infrastructure.

Applications are open for Round 1 of Minor Works and Equipment Projects through the Creative Capital program.

The NSW Government has introduced $60 million in strategic funding over two years for the delivery of new and improved cultural infrastructure across NSW.

The Creative Capital fund has been established to meet the demands for facilities to support the creative economy and improve access to and participation in quality cultural experiences across NSW. Cultural equity is at the heart of the new Creative Capital Program and will ensure that more people have access to and can participate in the arts.

Grants will be available to fund new infrastructure or to upgrade existing cultural infrastructure to make existing spaces fit for purpose. Communities will benefit with fit-for-purpose, high performing museums, theatres, performance spaces, galleries, Aboriginal Cultural Centres, Keeping Places and language centres across NSW.

When can I apply for funding and how much can I apply for?

Grants will be available over three Rounds in two categories:

Minor Works and Equipment Projects – grants of $5,000 to $250,000; two rounds, each one stage

  • Round One – Opens Tuesday 21 September 2021 and closes Tuesday 26 October 2021
  • Round Two – Opens Monday 11 July 2022 and closes Monday 8 August 2022.

Medium to Large Projects – grants of $250,000 to $5,000,000; one round in two stages

  • Expressions of Interest open on Tuesday 5 October 2021 and close Wednesday 3 November 2021
  • If the expression of interest is successful, applicants will be invited to submit a full application. Invited applications open on Friday 26 November 2021 and close on Monday 28 March 2022.

ALL THE DETAILS HERE

Image: Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery. Image: ©Lake Macquarie City Council