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Marika presents on Development and Presentation Grants (Creative Communities and Visual Arts) and Career Development Grants.

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  • Career Development Grants – Are all about helping you become a more successful artist. This means improving your practice by developing your skills, improving the way you work, developing the themes in your work Or this could mean advancing your career by attracting new audiences or raising your industry profile. Development & Presentation Grants – are about projects that will advance the arts sector in Queensland. This can mean creating new opportunities for Queenslanders to access the arts, create exciting new work or finding new ways for artists to engage the public.
  • Career Development Grants – Are all about helping you become a more successful artist. This means improving your practice by developing your skills, improving the way you work, developing the themes in your work Or this could mean advancing your career by attracting new audiences or raising your industry profile. Development & Presentation Grants – are about projects that will advance the arts sector in Queensland. This can mean creating new opportunities for Queenslanders to access the arts, create exciting new work or finding new ways for artists to engage the public.
  • Note: After 1 July 2007 only international travel costs will be eligible for funding. Funding for inter and intra-state travel is available through your local government under the Regional Arts Development Fund and Creative Sparks (Brisbane City Council) programs.
  • Note: After 1 July 2007 only international travel costs will be eligible for funding. Funding for inter and intra-state travel is available through your local government under the Regional Arts Development Fund and Creative Sparks (Brisbane City Council) programs.
  • Career Development Grants – Are all about helping you become a more successful artist. This means improving your practice by developing your skills, improving the way you work, developing the themes in your work Or this could mean advancing your career by attracting new audiences or raising your industry profile. Development & Presentation Grants – are about projects that will advance the arts sector in Queensland. This can mean creating new opportunities for Queenslanders to access the arts, create exciting new work or finding new ways for artists to engage the public.
  • Career Development Grants – Are all about helping you become a more successful artist. This means improving your practice by developing your skills, improving the way you work, developing the themes in your work Or this could mean advancing your career by attracting new audiences or raising your industry profile. Development & Presentation Grants – are about projects that will advance the arts sector in Queensland. This can mean creating new opportunities for Queenslanders to access the arts, create exciting new work or finding new ways for artists to engage the public.
  • Note: After 1 July 2007 only international travel costs will be eligible for funding. Funding for inter and intra-state travel is available through your local government under the Regional Arts Development Fund and Creative Sparks (Brisbane City Council) programs.
  • Note: After 1 July 2007 only international travel costs will be eligible for funding. Funding for inter and intra-state travel is available through your local government under the Regional Arts Development Fund and Creative Sparks (Brisbane City Council) programs.
  • Applications seeking support for the engagement process of the boarder community and inclusive participation of audiences in the arts making process are highly desirable.
  • Note: After 1 July 2007 only international travel costs will be eligible for funding. Funding for inter and intra-state travel is available through your local government under the Regional Arts Development Fund and Creative Sparks (Brisbane City Council) programs.
  • Career Development Grants – Are all about helping you become a more successful artist. This means improving your practice by developing your skills, improving the way you work, developing the themes in your work Or this could mean advancing your career by attracting new audiences or raising your industry profile. Development & Presentation Grants – are about projects that will advance the arts sector in Queensland. This can mean creating new opportunities for Queenslanders to access the arts, create exciting new work or finding new ways for artists to engage the public.
  • Career Development Grants – Are all about helping you become a more successful artist. This means improving your practice by developing your skills, improving the way you work, developing the themes in your work Or this could mean advancing your career by attracting new audiences or raising your industry profile. Development & Presentation Grants – are about projects that will advance the arts sector in Queensland. This can mean creating new opportunities for Queenslanders to access the arts, create exciting new work or finding new ways for artists to engage the public.
  • Career Development Grants – Are all about helping you become a more successful artist. This means improving your practice by developing your skills, improving the way you work, developing the themes in your work Or this could mean advancing your career by attracting new audiences or raising your industry profile. Development & Presentation Grants – are about projects that will advance the arts sector in Queensland. This can mean creating new opportunities for Queenslanders to access the arts, create exciting new work or finding new ways for artists to engage the public.
  • Career Development Grants – Are all about helping you become a more successful artist. This means improving your practice by developing your skills, improving the way you work, developing the themes in your work Or this could mean advancing your career by attracting new audiences or raising your industry profile. Development & Presentation Grants – are about projects that will advance the arts sector in Queensland. This can mean creating new opportunities for Queenslanders to access the arts, create exciting new work or finding new ways for artists to engage the public.
  • This Outcome Report should detail the outcomes of the project, any differences from the original application, successes, actual budget, statistical information, documentation eg: press clippings, photographs, CDs etc.
  • Thank you for attending this information session. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Arts Qld and ask to speak to an artform officer.

Marika Toltz, Arts Development Officer, Visual Arts, Craft & Design  Arts Queensland Marika Toltz, Arts Development Officer, Visual Arts, Craft & Design Arts Queensland Presentation Transcript

  • DEVELOPMENT & PRESENTATION GRANTS CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS REGIONAL GALLERIES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
  • QUEENSLAND ARTS AND CULTURAL SECTOR PLAN 2010-2013
    • A four year industry development plan for supporting arts and cultural development across Queensland
    • A shared vision for the future developed in consultation with 1400 members of arts and cultural sector
    • A plan consisting of an overall aim, five goals and five priority areas
  • GUIDELINES Development and Presentation Grants Contact Arts Queensland Telephone: 07 3224 4896 Toll free: 1800 175 531 Website: www.arts.qld.gov.au Guidelines: www.arts.qld.gov.au/funding/index.htm Career Development Grants Regional Galleries Partnership Program
  • CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS
      • Career Development Grants support projects that will:
      • help individual practitioners to advance their own career
      • help individual practitioners develop their practice
      • provide significant benefits to the sector
      • proposals should represent a significant career milestone in relation to your past career achievements and future plans.
    Grants of up to $5,000 Applications are accepted any time but must be submitted at least 5 weeks before the project start date Career Development Grants
  • Who Can Apply? • individuals Applicant Eligibility Applicants must: • be an individual (partnerships, groups, collectives and organisations are not eligible) • only submit one application at a time • be a Queensland resident • have satisfactorily acquitted any previous Arts Queensland grants • be an Australian citizen or permanent resident • either have an Australian business number (ABN) or nominate an accountable auspice body • be over 18 years of age or have their application co-signed by their legal guardian confirming they will take responsibility for managing any grant that may be offered to the applicant • demonstrate that they are emerging or professional artists, arts workers or cultural workers in the art form area to which the application is being made (see Glossary for definition of ‘emerging artist’ and ‘professional artist’) CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS ELIGIBILITY
  • Project Eligibility An application will not be eligible for support if: • the application is requesting 100 per cent of the project costs • the project involves research, studio, coursework or other arts and cultural products that will form part of an academic assessment process • the project does not pay industry recognised rates of pay to the personnel involved • the application includes capital equipment costs (unless the equipment will be available for community use at the completion of the project and the applicant will contribute at least 50 per cent of the cost) • the project involves the organising and running of artistic competitions or fundraising activities for either profit or charity • the project is for an activity for which a specialist funding body exists (e.g. Pacific Film and Television Commission for filmmaking) • Arts Queensland supports participation in the event through funding sources other than Career Development Grants • the applicant is an employee of an organisation that receives operational funding from Arts Queensland and the project is a professional development opportunity for their role within the funded organisation. CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS ELIGIBILITY
    • Assessment Criteria
    • Artistic or cultural merit and innovation
    • Contribution to sector development through the delivery of artform goals
    • Extent of opportunity in relation to the applicant’s experience, past professional development and potential for career advancement
    • Proposals should represent a significant career milestone in relation to your past career achievements and future plans.
    • Assessment Process
    • Career Development Grant applications are assessed by Arts Queensland officers and are approved by the delegate of the Minister for the Arts.
    CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS ASSESSMENT
  • PREVIOUS CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANT RECIPIENTS
    • Simone Eisler - $5,000 (Visual Arts, Craft, Design)
    • To install her work at the Cite des Arts, Paris as part of the ‘Revenge of the Genres’ exhibition and to undertake a 2 week residency at Performing Arts Forum in France.
    • Professional Development Outcomes
    • To exhibit internationally along side other high profile Australian artists
    • To undertake a skills development opportunity at a high profile international institution
    Simone Eisler Anima Requiem – A Funerary Garden (2007)
  • PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS CDG
    • Bianca Acimovic - $3,000 (Creative Communities)
    • Supported to attend and present at the International Conference for the Inclusive Museum 2008, Leiden, Netherlands.
    • Professional Development Outcomes
    • Youngest industry employed presenter at the 2008 conference
    • Bianca’s presentation was submitted for consideration to publish in the International Journal of the Inclusive Museum
    • Bianca has been invited to be part of the next International Conference on the Inclusive Museum as a youth representative assisting the Board in the development of the conference to take place in July 2009, Brisbane
    Photo: Courtesy Bianca Acimovic, 2008
  • PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS CDG
    • Fukutoshi Ueno - $4,000 (Design)
    • Supported to exhibit at 100% Design London and meet with industry representatives in London
    • Professional Development Outcomes
    • The only Queensland designer to be represented at 100% Design London
    • Before applying to AQ for a Career Development Grant, Fukutoshi had approached a number of high profile UK institutions for meetings while in London, including a meeting with the Design Curator at the Victoria and Albert museum
    • Marketing strategy for the European region
  • PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS CDG
    • Naomi Mendoza - $5,000 (Visual Arts, Craft, Design)
    • To publish 48 page book featuring 8 Qld photographers
    • Professional Development Outcomes
    • A strategically planned marketing opportunity to build the artists profile
    • Maintaining momentum of past successes
    Tim Luck Wilmer Street Alley Reproduced in While Other Sleep Naomi Mendoza 2007 Charlotte Sverdup Mirror, Room 176 Reproduced in While Other Sleep Naomi Mendoza 2007 Monica Kvaale Santa Rosa Square Reproduced in While Other Sleep Naomi Mendoza 2007
      • Development and Presentation Grants support projects that will:
      • result in excellent and innovative artistic or cultural work with a public outcome
      • deliver community benefits
      • including opportunities for engagement and participation
      • involve collaboration with other artists, organisations and businesses
    Grants of up to $50,000 Applications Close: 30 April 2010 (project can start after 1 September 2010) 31 August 2010 (project can start after 1 January 2011) DEVELOPMENT & PRESENTATION GRANTS ELIGIBILITY Development and Presentation Grants
    • Who Can Apply?
    • • individuals • groups • organisations • local government authorities
    • Applicant Eligibility
    • Applicants must:
    • • only submit one application in each round
    • • be based in Queensland or demonstrate that the project will directly benefit
    • Queensland arts and culture
    • • have satisfied the reporting requirements of any previous Arts Queensland grants
    • • provide the minimum support material (see page 14 of these guidelines)
    • • either have an Australian business number (ABN) or nominate an accountable auspice body
    • • be over 18 years of age or have their application co-signed by their legal guardian
    • confirming they will take responsibility for managing any grant that may be offered to the applicant
    • • demonstrate that the project involves professional artists, arts workers or cultural
    • workers in the art form area to which the application is being made
    • creative businesses can apply for funding for a project that is an enhancement of their core operations
    DEVELOPMENT & PRESENTATION GRANTS ELIGIBILITY
  • Project Eligibility An application will not be eligible for support if: • the application is requesting 100 per cent of the project costs • the project contributes to, or forms part of, an academic course or assessment process • the project begins before the project start dates published in these guidelines (see page 4) • the project does not pay industry recognised rates of pay to the personnel involved • the application includes capital equipment costs (unless the equipment will be available for community use at the completion of the project and the applicant will contribute at least 50 per cent of the cost) • the project involves the organising and running of artistic competitions or fundraising activities for either profit or charity • the project involves schools or other training providers, unless the project forms part of a broader community cultural engagement process • the project is for an activity for which a specialist funding body exists (e.g. the Pacific Film and Television Commission for filmmaking). DEVELOPMENT & PRESENTATION GRANTS ELIGIBILITY
    • Assessment Criteria
    • Artistic or cultural merit and innovation
    • Alignment with Arts Sector Plan goals and focus areas as described in the following pages of these guidelines
    • Demonstrated benefit to the community, including opportunities to engage with and participate in the arts
    • Evidence of collaboration with arts or non-arts partners
    • Project viability and track record of the project delivery team.
    • Assessment Process
    • Step 1: Applications are short-listed against the assessment criteria and art form priorities
    • Step 2: Industry experts provide written referee reports using the assessment criteria
    • Step 3: The relevant Arts Queensland Director considers the industry expert assessment reports and prepares a list of recommendations within their budget allocation
    • Step 4: Recommendations are moderated internally by Arts Queensland before being submitted through the Deputy Director-General, Arts Queensland to the Minister, who determines the funding outcomes
    DEVELOPMENT & PRESENTATION GRANTS ASSESSMENT
      • Creative Communities
      • The Creative Communities Unit aims to build awareness, engagement, access and viability for arts and cultural activity in everyday life.|
      • Projects that build on community strengths and develop a sense of belonging, place and identity
      • Projects that support diversity and inclusion
      • Projects that use arts as a catalyst
      • Projects that support communities to discover, share, collect and celebrate contemporary and traditional arts and cultural heritage
      • Projects that encourage broad community engagement and participation
      • Projects that develop partnerships and collaborations
    DEVELOPMENT & PRESENTATION GRANTS Photo: Courtesy Island Vibe Festival 2008
  • PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS Island Vibe Festival 2008 - $34 660 (Creative Communities) The Island Vibe Festival (formally known as Island Time) is Australia's premier festival of Soul, Roots, Reggae & Island Culture. Held each year at Point Lookout on Stradbroke Island ( Minjerribah ), Island Vibe features over 40 musical acts, Indigenous art & dance, circus performers, market village, workshops and more. Over 2500 people attended the festival each day. Photo: Courtesy Island Vibe Festival 2008, Ali Cameron
  • DEVELOPMENT & PRESENTATION GRANTS
    • Visual Arts, Craft and Design
    • Visual Arts, Craft and Design Unit aims to invest in projects that explore high quality, innovative and contemporary practice in the visual arts, craft and design sectors.
    • Projects that offer public programming and audience development opportunities
    • Projects that enhance critical discourse and debate through both new and traditional modes of publishing
    • Projects that market and audience development
    • Projects that provide audiences with educational opportunities
    Image: Ray Cook "Reconfiguring the constellations in the night sky of my youth" from the series "Not with a bang but a whimper" (2004). Courtesy of the artist and the Queensland Centre for Photography.
  • To publish a book of photographic work to be used to support the artists substantial program of national and international exhibitions PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS Martin Smith, 2007 $15,000 Individual Artist (Visual Arts, Craft and Design) Martin Smith After Sport One Saturday 2006
  • PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS Swell Currumbin Sculpture Festival 2007 - $10,000 (Visual Arts, Craft and Design) To create an educational, curated Twilight tour for the Swell Sculpture festival. Richard Moffat Nest Image courtesy of Yenda Carson
  • PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS Janice Peacock Shopping Trolley Installation Image Care of Gab Titui Cultural Centre Gab Titui Culture Centre - $14,000 (Visual Arts, Craft and Design) To exhibit Janice Peacock’s work “Cultural Cult Clan” at the Gab Titui Cultural Centre . To conduct a week long workshop with Janice Peacock on Erub/Darnley Island.
            • The Regional Galleries Partnership Program
            • The Regional Galleries Partnership Program is a three-year (2010-2013) pilot funded by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.
            • The Regional Galleries Partnership Program provides funding of $200 000 per year from 2010 to 2013 to support regional galleries to develop exhibitions and associated activities.
            • The Program supports projects that will result in excellent and innovative artistic or cultural work.
            • Projects should have a public outcome, deliver community benefits including opportunities for engagement and participation, and involve collaboration with other artists, organisations and businesses.
    REGIONAL GALLERIES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM OVERVIEW Regional Galleries Partnership Program
    • This program supports the development and production by regional galleries of:
            • solo and group exhibitions of contemporary visual art, craft and design
            • artist residencies that result in an exhibition
            • publications to support exhibitions
            • collaborative projects between regional galleries
    Grants of up to $50,000 with the expectation that Local Councils will contribute financially and/or in-kind to the project Applications Close: 31 May 2010 (project can start after 1 September 2010) REGIONAL GALLERIES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM Regional Galleries Partnership Program
    • Who Can Apply?
    • • Regional Galleries based in Queensland
    • Applicant Eligibility
    • Applicants must:
    • be a regional gallery in Queensland
    • • have satisfied the reporting requirements of any previous Arts Queensland grants
    • • provide the minimum support material
    • • demonstrate that the project involves professional artists, craft workers or designers
    • • provide evidence of support from local council
    REGIONAL GALLERIES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY
  • Who Can Apply? Assessment criteria Applications will be selected that best respond to the following assessment criteria: 1. Quality of the proposed exhibition and associated activities 2. Contribution to artist and art form development 3. Demonstrated public audience or growing demand for products or services and/or strategies to broaden public engagement in the arts 4. Level and quality of partnerships and collaborations with other regional galleries and arts and non-arts organisations, demonstrated in methodologies and resources 5. Project viability, including the applicant’s ability to manage the project and the appropriateness of artistic or other professional skills of the personnel involved 6. Alignment with Queensland Arts and Cultural Sector Plan 2010–2013 goals, priority areas and vital signs REGIONAL GALLERIES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
  • THE APPLICATION FORMS Support Material
    • CVs for all Key Personnel
    • Quotes
    • Letters of Confirmation – venues, participation of key personnel, partnerships
    • Letters of Support
    • Examples of previous work
    • Itinerary / tour arrangements (if appropriate)
    Please refer to each application form for the correct amount of copies to submit and compulsory support material requirements
  • THE APPLICATION FORMS Include personnel who will make a significant contribution to the success of the project Step 1: List ALL the project expenses Step 2: List ALL the resources available to dedicated to the project Step 3: Subtract the total of the resources listed in Step 2 from the total of the expenses listed in Step 1 to get the AQ grant request Step 4: Identify how where the grant will be spent
  • OUTCOME REPORTS
      • Applicants who receive a grant are required to submit an Outcome Report within four weeks of the end of their project.
      • Applicants with grants that have overdue outcome reports or who have not satisfactorily acquitted a previous grant, will be ineligible for further assistance.
    Julie Eckersley in The Window . Photo: Fiona Cullen
  • OTHER FUNDING SOURCES Australia Council for the Arts www.ozco.gov.au Brisbane City Council www.brisbane.qld.gov.au Community Funding Centre www.ourcommunity.com.au/funding/funding_main.jsp Contemporary Music Touring Program www.arts.gov.au/arts/contemporary_music_touring_program Festivals Australia www.arts.gov.au/arts/festivals_australia Gambling Community Benefit Fund www.olgr.qld.gov.au/grants/gcbf/index.shtml Visions of Australia www.arts.gov.au/arts/visions_of_australia Jupiters Casino Community Benefit Fund www.olgr.qld.gov.au/grants/JCCBF/index.shtml Multicultural Affairs Queensland www.multicultural.qld.gov.au/ Pacific Film and Television Commission (PFTC) www.pftc.com.au Playing Australia www.arts.gov.au/arts/playing_australia Queensland Events Corporation (QEC) www.qldevents.com.au Regional Arts Fund (Commonwealth funding) www.qac.org.au The Foundation For Young Australians www.youngaustralians.org
  • CONTACT US
    • Contact Arts Queensland:
    • Telephone: 07 3224 4896
    • Tollfree: 1800 175 531
    • Fax: 07 3224 4077
    • Toll free fax: 1800 175 532
    • Email: [email_address]
    • Website: www.arts.qld.gov.au