Yamba Museum - The Story House
Yamba Museum applied for funding to install a building blanket. Temperatures inside the museum have been noticeably more stable since the work was completed.
Port Macquarie Museum
Work being carried out on the roof of Port Macquarie Museum. The Museum successfully applied for funding for these works in 2014, following on from recommendations in a 2013 Building ...
Griffith Regional Art Gallery
Griffith Regional Art Gallery received a grant to improve access to the Gallery. This involved widening the footpath and building a concrete ramp up to the entrance of the building ...
Old Courthouse Museum
The Old Courthouse Museum in Batemans Bay underwent a building and environmental assessment.
Stoke Stable Museum
The Stoke Stable Museum in Carcoar underwent a building and environmental assessment.
Grossman House, National Trust
Grossman House applied for funding to replace worn out guttering and inspect and clear stormwater pipe and downpipes. These works have helped rectify their issues with dampness, mould and high ...
The Museum & Gallery Building Improvement Program is open
How well does your museum or gallery building perform in terms of collection care, environmental sustainability and visitor access?
M&G NSW has funding to provide for professional assessment of small to medium museum and gallery buildings in NSW.
You do not have to be in a heritage building! Any public museum or gallery with 15 or fewer staff can apply (see the Guidelines for eligibility details)
Building assessments will focus on the environmental performance of the building, reporting on:
- The condition of the building fabric;
- Energy efficiency of the building;
- The stability of internal environmental conditions;
- The need for, or impact of, air-conditioning and lighting systems on the building environment;
- Relevant building regulations that need to be adhered to when considering modifications;
- Compliance with the National Construction Code requirements for access and egress.
Previous recipients of a building assessment (or those already holding an equivalent report) may apply for:
- funds to carry out recommended building works.
Building Assessment Reports: Commissioned by M&G NSW.
Grant Amount: Up to $15,000 for Building works.
Closing: Midnight, Sunday 12 August 2018
If you are applying for a Building Assessment you can download the Application Form from this page. We highly recommend that you contact the Museum Programs and Collections team to discuss your eligibility and other issues.
If you are applying for Building Works you will need to contact the Museum Programs and Collections team. If your project fits our funding guidelines, we will email you an Application Form.
Please read the 2018 Guidelines before applying for this grant.
Need more information? Contact the Museum Programs and Collections Coordinator
BUILDING ASSESSMENT REPORT APPLICATION FORM
APPLICATIONS FOR BUILDING WORKS CAN BE ACCESSED BY CONTACTING THE MUSEUM PROGRAMS AND COLLECTIONS TEAM
PLEASE NOTE: The Building Improvement Program does not fund air conditioning units and no longer funds the purchase of new lighting systems.
MUSEUM AND GALLERY BUILDING IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM GRANT RECIPIENTS
The Museum and Gallery Building Improvement Program is a devolved funding program supported by the NSW Government Office of Environment and Heritage and the Heritage Council of NSW, administered by Museum & Galleries of NSW (M&G NSW) on behalf of the NSW Government.