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Visions of Australia supports the development and touring of exhibitions of Australian cultural material to regional and remote communities in Australia.
Create NSW has annual program funding for organisations as well as project funding for one off or time-limited arts and cultural projects.
Funds high-quality arts and cultural heritage projects that invite community participation and audience engagement
Supports the delivery of high-quality public diplomacy initiatives which promote our economic, artistic, and cultural assets to an international audience.
Introduces students and graduates (including mature aged) to career opportunities in native title, policy development, research and social justice, all with an Indigenous focus.
The Australia-China Council fund projects which strengthen cultural, education and business relations between Australia and China.
For projects which are likely to promote long-term contact and cooperation between Australia and India.
The Council provides funding through a competitive grants program for projects across Latin America and Australia.
For projects which advance Australia's engagement with Korea by supporting cultural, academic and business business exchanges, partnerships and collaborations.
CAAR is looking for projects that enhance Australia's economic, cultural and social relations with the Arab region.
Perpetual is one of the largest managers of philanthropic funds in Australia and distributes around $100 million annually from the charitable trusts and endowments.
One of the primary aims and objectives of the Tucker Foundation is the support, promotion, development and advancement of public art galleries and museums.
The ANZ Banking Group has the ANZ Staff Foundation which supports a variety of projects from disadvantaged youth to the environment.
The cultural and creative grants program supports projects and initiatives that provide opportunities for creative participation, enhance creativity in the public domain and strengthen the sustainability and capacity of our cultural and creative industries.
The Harold Mitchell Foundation funds programs in health, education and the arts that make a difference in Australia and our region.
Illawarra Mutual Bank Community Foundation supports projects that enhance the economic self-sufficiency of communities.
Macquarie Group Foundation provides support across the community spectrum including health care and research, education, the arts, welfare and the environment
These grants fund communities across NSW to support the building, renovation and fitout of infrastructure.
Community Grants from Australia Post that aims to build healthier, more vibrant and more inclusive communities across Australia.
Funding for community projects, events and activities that foster community harmony and celebrate cultural diversity as a precious part of our identity and way of life.
Funding for infrastructure projects that deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes, while promoting community participation, inclusion and cohesion.
The City of Parramatta offers a range of quarterly and annual funding opportunities across the Local Government Area (LGA).
ClubGRANTS funding is available to community groups, charities and sporting teams across NSW.
Create NSW’s Arts and Cultural Funding Program provides funding opportunities for arts and cultural organisations, professional artists and arts/cultural workers across a wide range of artforms and disciplines.
The priority for this fund is to support innovation in the Australian creative industries and to develop local and foreign markets for Australian works.
If you are an eligible artist or a not-for-profit arts organisation, you can register with the Australia Cultural Fund (ACF) to raise donations for your work.
The Cultural Grants program assists historical research and publication of local, community and regional history projects.
A maritime heritage assistance program that provides grants of up to $15,000 for approved projects encompassing collection management, conservation and presentation.
Grants for the study, management, conservation, acquisition, and interpretation of collections.
The Office for the Arts administers a range of Australian Government funding.
The National Library of Australia's Community Heritage Grants assist not-for-profit community groups to to document, preserve, digitise and curate their collections.
This program assists historical research and publication of local, community and regional history projects.
Funding to help protect and conserve war memorials across NSW.
Funding to help Australian public cultural organisations to buy significant objects that they could not otherwise afford.
Assists in the development of emerging, high potential arts leaders from across all artforms and backgrounds.
Fellowships support NSW artists, practitioners and arts/cultural workers to undertake self-directed professional development.
Annual training and networking program for senior arts museum curators in New York.
This program is aimed at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and offers the opportunity to gain professional development in a hands-on program that includes a placement at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra.
The Arts Leaders Program brings together leaders from across the country, artforms and career levels to inspire and enhance arts leadership in Australia.
Supports projects that provide access to arts and culture for audiences living in regional NSW.
Small grants for not-for-profit organisations based in rural communities.
Regional Arts NSW funds projects supporting and promoting arts and cultural development for people living and working in regional NSW. There are a variety of grants including long term, short term, quick response and Aboriginal projects.
Support for community arts and cultural development in regional NSW.
Funding for community building activities including, but not limited to, new or expanded local events, strategic regional plans, and leadership and capability building activities.
The Australia Council for the Arts has several funding programs to support the arts.
The Gordon Darling Foundation assists institutions to undertake visual arts projects.
The NSW Premier's History awards encourage achievements and research in Australian history.
Foster excellence in Australian historical writing, showcase and reward best practice, and advance and promote public understanding and appreciation of history.
The MAAS Visiting Research Fellowship Program provides support for researchers to undertake research related to the Museum’s collection, education, conservation and museum practice.
The Australia Research Council funds research and researchers.
The aim of the Trust is to provide an opportunity for Australians to travel overseas to conduct research in their chosen field that is not readily available in Australia.
The James N. Kirby Foundation provide grants in the areas of health, education, technology, science, art and literature.
A major Australian philanthropic foundation that supports and promotes excellence and innovation.