Archive for the 'OZ grants + funding' Category

Sound Travellers 2010 Grants

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

Applications for the third round of Sound Travellers have been announced.  Closing date 21st September 2009 for touring in 2010.

2010 Guidelines | PDF | WORD
2010 Application | PDF | WORD

Sound Travellers provides grants to Australian artists for National touring in the following genres of new music for travel and marketing costs.

The program also aims to develop viable touring opportunities for musicians/sound artists performing sound art/electronica, new jazz/improvisation and contemporary classical music through promoting audience access, developing networks and taking on board good ideas that we can facilitate with our resources. (more…)

Community Broadcasting Foundation grants

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

Amrap - Live Music Broadcasts Supports live to air and national re-broadcast of Australian music from festivals, concerts and gigs.

Amrap - Live Music Recordings Supports the recording of live in-studio music performances by Australian (preferably local) artists and production of a compilation master CD for distribution to community radio stations; the recording of live music performances by Australian artists at a festival, concert or gig and production of a master CD for distribution to community radio stations
Amrap - Music Correspondents Supports the production of short program content on aspects of contemporary Australian music for distribution to community radio stations for broadcast and publication on the Amrap website where appropriate. Website

Closing 1 April

YCulture Metro, WA

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

YCulture offers up to $3,000 towards your project.

YCulture supports projects by young people for young people across all artforms such as music, theatre, performance, new media, visual arts and crafts, street art, writing and dance.

Some of the YCULTURE guidelines:

• Applicants must be 12 -26 years

• Allow at least 8 weeks between the date you get your application in, and the start date of your project

• Your project must involve an experienced artist to ensure you maximize your skills development

• YCulture funds can cover fees of your experienced artist, materials, promotional costs, documentation of your event/project, venue and equipment hire

• You (the young applicant) need to come up with the project idea. We want to be sure that this is your idea and it’s something you want to do

• All events and activities will be smoke, drug and alcohol free

• YCulture will not fund projects that have already occurred.

For the fine print, download YCulture guidelines at the bottom of the page, or contact Suzy at Propelarts on 9328 5855 or [email protected] for more information.