The Triennial Project Grant is focused on projects with a performing arts outcome and is designed to support the creation and presentation of new work through a staged commitment over three years.
This opportunity recognises the benefits that an extended development process can offer some arts projects. If you think your project may be eligible, contact us for guidance.
The grant supports performing arts projects undertaken by independent artists and practitioners as individuals or groups, for the development and implementation of their artistic practice, and the presentation of work through performances and events. Presentation outcomes can be independently produced or can occur within arts and non-arts festivals.
It is anticipated that in the three-year period of the grant, the practitioners driving the project will undertake development stages, showings and further development, all of which will lead to a major presentation of the work in South Australia with the potential or realisation of national and international exposure.
Assistance is also available for touring of work and expansion of markets throughout Australia and internationally.
The grant will support all stages of development and presentation, including creative and project development, research, making of work, concentrated periods of work on a project, performances and seasons, and touring regionally, nationally or internationally.
Peter Grace - Manager, Artists' Grants & Awards Program
(08) 8463 5429
Julia Moretti - Arts Development Officer, Artists' Grants & Awards Program
(08) 8463 5455
$40,000 each year for three years (with second and third year support conditional upon reaching agreed targets).
5PM 08 Jul 2019
09 Sep 2019
16 Sep 2019