Find a variety of funding available from state and federal sources.
Arts Queensland manages investment programs that support artists and arts and cultural organisations across Queensland to grow the arts sector and foster a community that values the arts.
Create NSW’s Arts and Cultural Funding Program 2019–20 provides funding opportunities for arts and cultural organisations, professional artists and arts/cultural workers across a wide range of art forms and disciplines.
The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government's arts funding and advisory body. The Australia Council grants program supports a diverse range of artists, organisations, artistic practice and arts activity.
The Copyright Agency is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that has been standing up for creators for more than 40 years. We enable the reuse of copyright-protected words and images in return for fair payment to creators.
Creative Partnerships Australia spark investment in the arts by fostering giving and partnerships between the cultural sector, supporters and investors; and by equipping artists and arts organisations with the fundraising and development skills to succeed.
Asialink is Australia's leading centre for the promotion of public understanding of Asia and Australia's role in the region. Asialink is a key provider of information, training and professional networks.
The Community Benefit funding programs distributes revenue from gaming taxes to various not-for-profit community groups throughout Queensland.
Screen Australia offers funds for the development, production and marketing of Australian screen content, as well as for the development of Australian talent and screen production businesses.
The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) is all about backing the next generation of young people who are going to rethink the world and create a better future.
Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) is a statutory body of the Queensland Government and the state's lead marketing, destination and experience development and major events agency.
The Seed Fund is a philanthropic organisation, funded by artists for the Australian music arts community that provides grants and initiatives for emerging artists and managers.
Arts Queensland’s Billy Thorpe Scholarship is designed to help develop the future of Australian rock and roll. The $10,000 scholarship offers structured support to emerging contemporary musicians or bands.
The $15,000 Carol Lloyd Award is presented to an emerging female-identifying singer-songwriter, who currently resides in Queensland, to record their own full-length album or record and tour their own EP.
A $25,000 international travel fellowship for Queensland songwriters or song writing duos.Back Return to top