Carclew offers grants to early career artists aged 26 years or under, for arts projects with a tangible outcome and/or skills and career development. Project & Development Grants for Individuals are offered twice per year for activity occurring in the following six months.There are two rounds of Project & Development Grants for Individuals offered annually.
Applications for activity occurring between Jan – June 2020 are now open and close on 1 September 2019 (ACST).
Projects: Applicants seeking support for projects may apply for up to $10,000. Projects may incorporate both professional development and career building activity.
Development: Applicants may seek support for professional development (e.g. skills development and career building) and apply for up to $3,000 from this program
Information and Consults
All applicants are encouraged to discuss their proposal prior to submitting a grant application. Please contact Carclew’s Funding Program Coordinator, Rebecca Meston, by phone on 8230 1103 or email@example.com to arrange a time to meet. No consults will be available in the final week before an application deadline.
Write on the Money | Information Session is a lively panel chat and Q and A session that offers grant writing insights for SA emerging artists applying for funding with either Carclew and/or Helpmann Academy. Learn how to summarise your project, respond to criteria, conquer your budget, and make a selection panel sit up in their chair and take notice.
Next session: 20 August 2019.
Download and read through the Guidelines for Individuals or Organisations to determine your eligibility. All applications for Project & Development Grants must be submitted via Carclew’s online application system.
Valuable assistance in developing your application is available by:
• Reading through the FAQ‘s which provide important guidance in completing your online application
• Checking out the the 2019 recipients or reading up on previous grant recipients and the benefits they have experienced as a result of their funding from Carclew
• Attending a scheduled grant information session
• Arranging a one-on-one consult to discuss your project proposal with Carclew’s Funding Program Coordinator
For more information, please view the Carclew webpage here.
Access2Arts has specialised grants knowledge and can provide individualised advice for you and your application. Martin provides Deaf and disabled artists with the guidance and support to navigate grant applications with confidence. Call 8463 1689 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book in a time with him.