Emerging Artist Development grants enable sustained periods of research and development for independent artists in the first five years of their professional practice.
Individual artists in the first five years of their practice can apply.
Applicants must propose an area of practice that they wish to develop. Applicants are encouraged to include business skills development which assists in building sustainability in their practice.
|Round 1||Round 2||Round 3|
|Grant amount||Up to $20,000||*||*|
|Open date||13 January 2020||*||*|
|Closing date||5pm, 24 February 2020||*||*|
|Notification date||24 April 2020||*||*|
|Funded activity commencement date||1 May 2020||*||*|
* Please note we are currently finalising the review of funding programs as part of the Arts and Culture Plan South Australia 2019-2024. We expect to have details of the new program available from mid-July 2020.
Find out more about the Arts and Culture Plan South Australia 2019-2024.
The handbook below details eligibility criteria, eligible costs and expenses and how to apply.
|Jamie Hornsby||Attend the Sala Beckett's International Emerging Playwrights Workshop and undertake a residency and mentorship with Gobbledigook Theatre||$10,106|
|Kidaan Zelleke||Atlantic Acting School's Spring Comprehensive||$8,639|
|Marie Campbell||Professional Mentorship with Anna Connolly||$4,800|
|Kate Power||'Bedroom' mentorship||$19,392|
|Visual Art, Craft and Design|
|Alice Blanch||Residency in Alice Springs at Watch this Space and four-month mentorship with Sera Waters||$17,550|
|Jonathon Kim||Two-month residency at the British School at Rome||$3,000|
For more information about this grant or support with the application process, please contact us.