Funding Calendar - MusicNSW

Funding Calendar

Application Open Date Close Date Organisation Grant Name Grant Amount Website
Ongoing Ongoing PPCA Performers’ Trust Foundation Up to $3000 for individuals and $5000 for groups or organisations View Details
1 July 2020 Ongoing Create NSW Small Project Grants (Quick Response) Small Project Grants (Quick Response) support the creation, development and presentation of new work and professional development opportunities for NSW-based professional artists and arts and cultural workers. This quick response grant offers grants from $500 to $5,000 towards projects. View Details
21 June 2022 25 July 2022 Create NSW 2022 SoundLab Residency Program Create NSW has partnered with premiere engineering firm Arup to offer artists a state-of-the-art professional development opportunity in the Arup SoundLab facility. The program will involve four 4-week residencies, which guarantee successful applicants access to the SoundLab for at least 10 hours per week. Create NSW will provide support of $3,750 per successful applicant towards this professional development opportunity. View Details
21 June 2022 31 July 2022 Unified Music Group The UNIFIED Grant The UNIFIED Grant will award $5,000 AUD in funding to five creative projects, led by five inspiring individuals or groups who influence positive, meaningful and sustainable change. View Details
11 July 2022 1 August 2022 Adam Briggs Foundation Barpirdhila Grant Grants of up to $10,000 will be made available to First Nations artists who are actively working on a forthcoming music project. See website for details. View Details
14 July 2022 2 August 2022 Australia Council Arts and Disability Initiative 2022-24 The Australia Council for the Arts is offering six grants of $30,000 for d/Deaf artists or arts workers, or artists or arts workers with disability, seeking to undertake a project or activity to advance their practice, skills or career. View Details
Ongoing 5 August 2022 South West Arts South West Arts Country Arts Support Program (CASP) South West Art is currently offering individual artists, arts groups, organisations and community organisations access to a Country Arts Support Program to support arts activities, professional development and projects within the South West Arts service region. View Details
25 July 2022 22 August 2022 Create NSW Regional Arts Touring Funding is available for tours of all artforms, including performing arts, music, visual arts, literature, history, museums and multi-arts. Applicants should demonstrate strong audience development and engagement strategies. There is no minimum or maximum amount for this funding. See website for details View Details
20 July 2022 29 August 2022 Create NSW Individual Project Funding Project funding supports innovation, vibrancy and creativity within the NSW arts and cultural sector. Funding is available up to $60,000 towards a range of arts and cultural activities such as new project development and/or presentation, research, professional development, community and audience engagements. View Details
20 July 2022 29 August 2022 Create NSW Creative Koori Projects Creative Koori Projects funding is open to Aboriginal artists, arts and cultural workers, groups, and organisations. The maximum amount of funding that you can apply for is $60,000. See website for details. View Details
20 July 2022 6 September 2022 Australia Council for the Arts Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups This program funds a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences. Grants are available from $10,000 to $50,000. View Details
20 July 2022 6 September 2022 Australia Council for the Arts Contemporary Music Touring Program The Contemporary Music Touring Program (CMTP) supports national touring activity undertaken by Australian musicians performing original contemporary music. View Details
20 July 2022 7 September 2022 Australia Council Fellowships Australia Council Fellowships of $80,000 support outstanding, established artists’ and arts workers’ activity and professional development for a period of up to two years. View Details