ACDP Guidelines released

Arts NSW has today released Guidelines for applications to the Arts & Cultural Development Program (ACDP), which has replaced the previous Arts Funding Program.

The ACDP represents a renewal and re-thinking of the NSW Government’s support for arts and culture. Through this new program, Arts NSW will fund projects and programs that are capable of creating the greatest impact and value, and support a resilient and vibrant arts and cultural sector delivering quality arts and cultural experiences to diverse audiences across New South Wales.

“Arts NSW is committed to supporting innovation, excellence and State-wide engagement with arts and culture - the ACDP will deliver on this commitment” said Mary Darwell, Executive Director at Arts NSW.

Arts NSW staff will be holding briefing sessions on the ACDP Guidelines in April and May at locations throughout the State. 

Go to the website to download the Guidelines:

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