Council provides funding each year to community organisations for activities and project implementation designed to benefit and engage the Moreland community.
Funding is provided to community organisations for one-off project implementation and development that benefits and engages the Moreland community through community led initiatives. Projects that increase participation, encourage volunteering, provide leadership opportunities and increase learning and skill development are encouraged. Submissions must provide evidence of a community need and a clear benefit to the wider Moreland community.
The Fisher’s Ghost Art Award coincides with Campbelltown’s annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost. Held over 10 days, the Festival dates back to 1956 and celebrates Australia’s most famous ghost – Frederick Fisher.
The Open section of the Art Award is acquisitive to the Campbelltown Arts Centre permanent collection and is awarded prize-money of $20,000.
Music Works Quick Response Grants provide support to individuals, groups and organisations to cover immediate opportunities in the following areas of funding: Regional Activity, Building Capacity (Professional Development) and Connecting to Markets.
If you’ve worked in a box office or front of house role, Melbourne International Arts Festival want to hear from you! Help them deliver the highest level of customer service to Festival goers across their box office and outdoor event sites.
The Carstairs Prize aims to support socially engaged art projects that embrace participatory and collaborative experiences, bring participants into active dialogue with the artist(s) in order to involve audiences beyond the art community.
The prize is intended to contribute to artwork production costs to assist the successful applicant(s) to develop and present new work.
The Metro Arts program is a flexible and responsive constellation of developing work, premiere presentations and exhibitions and residencies; built on foundations of rigour, engagement, and embedded critical dialogue to best enable experimentation, evolution and extension of artistic practices.
They are now calling for proposals to be a part of the Metro Arts family in their 2019 Exhibition or Performance Program, developing and presenting new work.
The Darebin Music Feast Songwriters’ Award is an annual songwriting competition that seeks to recognise, showcase and promote the talents of local songwriters. Around 100 entries are received each year with finalists performing before a panel of distinguished local musicians Sophie Koh, Charles Jenkins and Monica Weightman as part of the Darebin Music Feast. There is an amazing prize package to be won including cash and studio time.
Theatre Works BECAUSE NOW and BECAUSE HEART programs offer artists and companies the opportunity to mount a public season of their work at the intimate and flexible Parish Hall at 14 Acland Street.
Theatre Works is now calling out for works for 2019 and beyond. They will work with all kinds of artists – companies, writers, directors, makers, and performers, offering different platforms and opportunities within three public programs:
• BECAUSE NOW: their commitment to produce and present five new works, that are enabled and financially supported by Theatre Works.
• BECAUSE HEART: their commitment to enabling and developing more artists and works through subsidised venue hire and in-kind support and mentorship.
BECAUSE FUTURE: their commitment to training, development, thought leadership, and being future focused.
This EOI process is concerned with the BECAUSE NOW and BECAUSE HEART programs. Across 2019, 2020 and beyond, you’ll hear more about the BECAUSE FUTURE program.