You can get up to $100,000 to upgrade your Northern Territory (NT) art centre, gallery, museum, library or keeping place.
This funding is available to not-for-profit arts and culture organisations and regional councils under the Arts Trail Regional Stimulus Grant Program.
Find out more about the Arts Trail.
What you can get
You can get a small grant of up to $10,000 or a large grant of up to $100,000.
You can get up to $10,000 to improve access to your facility, upgrade it or promote it.
You can get up to $100,000 for arts and cultural infrastructure projects that provide a benefit to the wider community.
Before you apply
Before applying, you should read the Arts Trail Regional Stimulus Grant guidelines:
Arts Trail Regional Stimulus Grant guidelines (682.1 kb)
Arts Trail Regional Stimulus Grant guidelines (877.3 kb)
Who can apply
To apply for an arts trail grant you must:
- be an NT-registered not-for-profit organisation or regional council
- meet the definition for an arts or cultural organisation
- represent the interests of Territorians
- comply with the NT Association Act or relevant authority
- be a member of the Indigenous Art Code
- have at least $20 million public liability insurance.
How to apply
Apply for the grant on the Grants NT website.
If you haven't created a profile on GrantsNT, you will need to set one up before applying for any grant. Find out more about GrantsNT.
When you can apply
Applications open on 18 April 2019 and close on 17 June 2019.
Successful projects can commence after notification from 1 September 2019.
To find out more call 1800 678 237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.