Regional Arts Fund
The Regional Arts Fund is an Australian Government initiative supporting cultural activity in regional and remote Australia, providing funding for artist professional development and arts projects that involve regional and remote communities. From 1 July 2017, Arts Tasmania is the program administrator of the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) in Tasmania.
The objectives and general eligibility for applicants to the Regional Arts Fund are determined by the Australian Government. These guidelines deem all of Tasmania as regional, therefore all Tasmanian residents and organisations are eligible to apply. The guidelines for the Regional Arts Fund in Tasmania are available here.
In Tasmania RAF offers two grant programs:
Round 2, 2017 – For projects commencing after 1 February 2018
Opens: Tuesday, 4 July 2017
Closes: Tuesday, 15 August 2017
Round 1, 2018 – For projects commencing after 1 August 2018
Opens: Thursday, 1 February 2018
Closes: Tuesday, 15 March 2018
Quick Response Grants
The Quick Response Grant program is open all year round. Applications submitted by midnight on the last Sunday of every month are collated for a monthly assessment (excluding December).
How do I apply?
All applications are developed and submitted through the online application system SmartyGrants. Applicants will need to register or log in to SmartyGrants before starting their application.
Help with your application
We recommend you seek advice from an Arts Tasmania program officer before submitting your application.
For all enquiries please call 6165 6666 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund is provided through Regional Arts Australia.