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Moreland Money for Art Opportunities for 2019 Melbourne Fringe Artists and Creators – NOW OPEN!

We're delighted to announce two funding and support opportunities for Moreland based Melbourne Fringe artists and works!

Moreland Micgrogrcostumed artist followed by child leads audio tour through Coburg Libraryant

Registering a show for the 2019 Melbourne Fringe? Let us cover your registration fee!

Applications are now open for the opportunity to cover the cost of your Melbourne Fringe registration.

The Moreland Microgrant will cover registration fees for selected Fringe artists living, or presenting their Fringe show, in the Moreland Local Government Area.

To apply visit Melbourne Fringe

costumed artist performs to crowd in Victoria Mall CoburgCoburg Carnivale: Festivals Moreland Development Program

The Festivals Moreland Development Program supports the creation of new live art or participatory works to be showcased as part of the Coburg Carnivale program during the 2019 Melbourne Fringe Festival.

For further information visit Coburg Carnivale.

We strongly encourage applications from artists who identify with any of Moreland’s Human Rights Policy (2016-26) priority groups listed below:

  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • Migrant or Refugee
  • People with disability
  • Women, and
  • GLBTIQ communities.

Expressions of Interest close 10 am on Monday 6 May.

Image credits: Jame Henry Photography

2018 Sydney Road Street Party - crowd shot on the streetThere are currently no applications open for stallholders.

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Image credit: Naomi Lee Beveridge