Arts Investment Grants Program
Arts Investment Grants provide financial support to organisations whose business is in the creative sector.
The grants aim to provide organisations with funding to grow their practice, address infrastructure needs and develop new works, programs or services.
Objectives of the Arts Investment Grants Program
- Support Moreland's creative 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 creative sector.
Grant types available
- New Initiative Grants - up to $10,000
- Organisational Grants - up to $5,000 anually for 2 years
Check back for details of information sessions in 2019.
How to apply for an Arts Investment Grant
Applications are now closed and will re-open again in 2019.
All applications should be made online through SmartyGrants.
Before you apply, read the:
- 2018 Arts Investment Grants Program Guidelines (PDF 116Kb) or
- 2018 Arts Investment Grants Program Guidelines (DOC 86Kb).
Successful applicants and funding allocation in 2018
New Initiative Grants
Emerging Writers Festival - $9,214
Expansion of Emerging Writers Festival to create a northern hub in Moreland.
NorthCity4 - $10,000
To create ‘TempContemp’, a not-for-profit artists run initiative gallery to exhibit, promote and discuss contemporary jewellery and object.
Lapel Industries - $7,000
Move, re-open and expand fabrication workshop and studios.
NOIR Darkroom - $10,000
Upgrade capacity of multi-disciplinary creative facility, encompassing photography darkroom, artist’s studio and gallery.
House of Muchness - $5,232
Fund space and access for programs, as well as 6 financial scholarships, for young people aged between 5-17 years.
Free Theatre - $6,800
Establish an active role as an engaged theatre company providing training, skill sharing and performance project delivery in Moreland.
Girls Rock! Melbourne, Inc. - $6,800
New 8 week music development program providing skill based industry experience as a pathway for young female, trans and gender non-conforming people aged 12-17.
Riot Stage - $5,000 (per year for 2 years)
Ongoing costs of running company and their ongoing youth ensemble activities.
Moreland City Band - $3,000 (per year for 2 years)
Ongoing program costs.