The Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program helps fund the operations of around 80 Indigenous-owned art centres, and a number of art fairs, regional hubs and industry service organisations that are at the heart of Australia’s world-famous Indigenous visual art movement. On the Move and the Asia Europe Foundation provide a host of ‘ Mobility Funding Guides ‘ for artists and arts professionals in all EU countries on their website. Through residencies, fellowships and the Joyce Awards, the Joyce Foundation supports commissioning new works by artists of color. More than 3,000 classroom visits from arts educators help bring the arts to life for thousands of local students and help teachers reinforce school curriculums. Beyond Bank is seeking partnerships within the arts sector to enrich and support this important community.
The Flagstaff Arts Council hosts ground-breaking art exhibitions, phenomenal performances and exciting events year round at the Coconino Center for the Arts. Hauptstadtkulturfonds (Cultural Fund of the Capital City) supports arts projects across all genres in Berlin.
The annual Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt Festival in September will feature the talents of Queensland favourites Topology and The Kransky Sisters, while North Stradbroke Island arts group the Saltwater Murris will present their work at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair in July.
For more than 50 years, the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) has played a vital role in promoting and assisting the development of the arts for the enjoyment and benefit of Ontarians. Equally, every year, new and exciting arts projects are established and look to RTÉ to help with getting the word out. Flagstaff is rich in the arts and sciences, and the Flagstaff Arts Council is at the center of it all. The Project Plan provides the scope, timeline and budget to completing the Arts and Culture Master Plan. NEW: The AFA 25th Anniversary Commemorative Art Projects are a one-time funding opportunity to create a legacy artwork, performance, or composition that reflects the evolution of Alberta’s arts community over the past 25 years. More than 80 per cent of the projects announced today are by small-to-medium arts organisations, with half of the activity occurring in regional and remote communities.
Our primary vehicle for nurturing creativity is the annual Joyce Awards program, which supports artists of color in creating new work in partnership with nonprofit organizations. Queensland Premier and Minister for the Arts Annastacia Palaszczuk said the latest round of Queensland Arts Showcase Program would see 12 new projects across the state receive funding of $310 322. The Victoria Arts Scan mapping project was funded by a $10,000, 2010 Legacies Now grant, made possible by the BC Provincial Government, in addition to $10,000 from the City of Victoria.