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Arts Infrastructure Fund (AIF)

The Arts Infrastructure Fund (AIF) is a new limited-life fund which aims to assist Queensland-based arts and cultural organisations in financing minor infrastructure works and upgrades that will strengthen their capacity to deliver arts and cultural services.

Objectives

The objectives of the AIF are to invest in:

  • Strengthening the capacity and effectiveness of performance, exhibition, collection and creative spaces
  • Increasing access to arts facilities and services for individuals and groups who are disadvantaged.

Funding

Up to $50,000 per applicant is available and a maximum of 50% of total eligible project costs.

Arts Queensland funding is to be matched on a minimum 1:1 basis by the applicant through other confirmed funding sources.

Frequency

This is a limited-life fund, with one round closing for applications at 4pm on Friday 16 March 2018.

How to apply

  1. Read the Arts Infrastructure Fund documents: guidelines, frequently asked questions (FAQs) and important information for applicants.
  2. Apply online.

More information

If you have any questions about this fund, please contact an Investment Officer on (07) 3034 4016, 1800 175 531 (toll free), or investment@arts.qld.gov.au.

Online submission through SmartyGrants is Arts Queensland’s preferred method for receiving application forms and outcome reports for our funding programs. If circumstances prevent you from providing your documents in this format please contact Arts Queensland via the details above, at least 5 days before the closing date.

View help for applying.

Arts Acumen is an initiative developed by Arts Queensland, and aims to support individuals and organisations across Queensland by providing resources, information and opportunities to foster knowledge growth, connections and access to industry intelligence. Arts Acumen has been developed in consultation with arts sector individuals, organisations and advisory bodies.

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Last updated
29 January 2018
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