What are Project Grants?
Project Grants provide major funding for high-quality arts projects benefitting regional or remote artists, arts workers, audiences and communities.
The focus of the project could include any area of creative practice, multiple art forms or cross-disciplinary practice.
Round 1 2022 (now closed)
For projects commencing on or after: 1 July 2022
Amount: Up to $30,000
Open: 9:00 am 1 February 2022
Closed: 11:59pm 16 March 2022
Who is this grant for?
Regional artists, arts organisations and communities.
How much can I apply for?
Funding for up to $30,000 is available through this grant program. There is no minimum amount. Funding is available through annual or multi-year agreements, subject to available funds.
We highly encourage you to speak with a RAF Officer if you are applying for an amount greater than $20,000 as a large funding request may be unachievable where round funds are limited.
What can I use the money for?
Regional Arts Fund grant funds may be used toward the cost of producing the project including but not limited to:
- artist fees (artists should be appropriately paid)
- travel costs (including international)
- venue hire
- equipment hire
- project administrative costs
- disability access costs
Purchase of assets up to $5,000 will only be considered where it is demonstrated to be more cost effective than hire. You can only spend grant funds on eligible grant activities as defined in the grant details in your grant agreement.
For further assistance please contact Flying Arts on (07) 3216 1322, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is an Australian Government program designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities. The fund is provided through Regional Arts Australia and is administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance.