Arts Investment Grants Program
Purpose of Arts Investment Grants Program
The Arts Investment Grants Program has been developed to align with the 2017-2021 Council Plan and the 2017-2022 Arts and Culture Strategy: Creative Capital, which both aim to 'strengthen and invest in the significant creative sector in Moreland and enhance its standing as a destination for the arts'.
Objectives of Arts Investment Grants Program
Applications need to address at least one of the following objectives:
- Support Moreland's arts sector to maintain and grow their practice in the municipality
- Address identified arts infrastructure needs in the municipality
- Provide capacity building opportunities to the local arts sector
Grant Types Available:
Grants of up to $10,000 available for new arts infrastructure projects which address one or more of the objectives of the Arts Investment Program in line with the funding preferences. This could include either moving or expanding premises, the purchase of new equipment or maintenance and fit out of arts facilities. Applicants are required to demonstrate how this will make a valuable contribution to the arts sector of Moreland.
Grants of up to $5,000 available for Moreland based organisations that can demonstrate having delivered outcomes aligned with at least one of the Arts Investment Program objectives for at least three years. This funding could be used for annual operational costs or professional development activities available for the growth of the sector.
How to apply for a 2019 Arts Investment Grant
Applications will open at 9am Monday 7 October and close midnight Sunday 17 November 2019.
Before you apply, and for more information, read the:
Moreland City Council encourage applications from artists from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, artists with disability, and artists from every culture, gender and sexuality identity, age and ethnic background.
Enquiries regarding this grant program should be made to Moreland Arts Grants or phone 9240 2486
Successful applicants and funding allocation January 2019
Palmdale Studios - $9,922
A comprehensive, open access screen-printing studio in Moreland to provide artists and local community access to specialised and costly facilities, equipment and expertise.
Alterfact - $3,943
Portable clay 3D printers for workshops with high school children and professional development opportunties with adults.
Pink Ember Studios - $9,635
Volunteer not for profit gallery and facilities, responding to demands for more accessible and affordable spaces for creative development.
Temp Contemp - $5,000
Support jewellery artform exhibitions, create networking and work experience opportunities for students and graduates through a work placement program.
TCB Art Inc. - $5,000
Artist-run-initiative to relocate and establish long term home in Moreland.
Magnet Melbourne - $3,500
Building an innovative virtual reality development studio with workshops, meet-ups and tech demos.