The Cultural Round Table of the Border North East along with Murray Arts are launching one more round of the UNLOCKED Micro-funding program for 2020. There are two types of grants available:
UNLOCKED – mini
A series of single payments of $333 to individual artists to spend on materials, equipment or studio costs to get their creative practice back on track.
All artists and creatives who live or work in the Murray Arts footprint are welcome to apply. Thanks to the support of Wodonga Council’s Community Impact Grants, an allocation of these grants will be dedicated to those in the Wodonga Local Government area.
UNLOCKED - mega
A series of $1000 payments to collectives of local independent creatives to work together on a concept, idea or project.
Funded projects may include collaborations on individual works, professional development for collectives, exhibition planning, creating work.
DATES The final UNLOCKED rounds for 2020 are open now and close on Monday December 7 at 5pm.
Successful applicants will be notified by Friday 11 December.
ASSESSMENT Applications are evaluated by a panel of Murray Arts staff and a member of the Cultural Roundtable community. Every applicant will be informed of their outcome.
When assessing the applications, the panel will consider the impact of the proposed activity or purchase on the artist’s creative practice, wellbeing or business.
For more information and to apply contact:
Murray Arts Inc firstname.lastname@example.org
0412 126 391
Please note that the Murray Arts office and Burraja Gallery, on Gateway Island, remain closed and the best way to reach our team is via phone and email.
Murray Arts contributes directly to the arts and cultural lifeblood of the NE VIC/ Border region by working directly with individuals, communities and local government to assist them in developing the arts and cultural life of their communities.
Murray Arts gratefully acknowledges funding partners:
Murray Arts acknowledges the traditional custodians and caretakers of the land and waters on which we are privileged to work. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and encourage everyone to champion our emerging leaders of the future.