Announcing Innovative Online Projects

For our first round of Emergency Action Funding, which closed on Tuesday 14 April, we received 44 applications for Innovative Online Projects. From a very impressive list the following four were selected, each receiving $5,000 for their project: Journalist and literary consultant Nicole Abadee for a weekly podcast – Books, Books, Books – featuring interviews […]

Copyright Agency releases $375,000 and brings forward $1.8m in Cultural Fund grants in COVID-19 support

Copyright Agency announces a full program of support for writers, visual artists and publishers in the face of the severe challenges they face as a result of COVID-19. Under this program, Copyright Agency will provide an additional $375,000 in grants to creators, as well as bringing forward to the first quarter of next financial year […]

Cultural Fund grants are now open

The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund is pleased to announce our new Publishing Industry Career Development Grants. Offering professional development and career-enhancing opportunities, these grants are open to mid-career Australian publishing professionals working in trade and educational publishing; Australian literary agents; and editors working at literary magazines and journals. Four grants of up to $5,000 will […]

Over half a million in grants for the creative community announced

The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund continues to invest in Australia’s arts future, announcing more than $500,000 in grants for the support of 25 projects in the first of two rounds of funding for 2019. Applications for the Cultural Fund’s three Fellowships (each worth $80,000) for two authors and an artist, are open for application until […]

Copyright Agency awards $46k to authors, artists

Eight authors and three artists have received a total of $46,440 from the Cultural Fund’s IGNITE grants program. The grants, ranging from $1900 to $5000, support the individuals through structured mentorships, residencies and study, some of which involves international travel. The authors are:  NSW: Winnie Dunn, Adele Dumont, Ellen O’Brien and Michele Freeman. VIC: Janine […]

Applications open for NSW Premier’s Teacher Scholarships

Teachers from government and non-government schools, TAFE and early childhood centres can now apply for the NSW Premier’s Copyright Agency Creativity across the Curriculum Scholarship, which has been supported by our Cultural Fund since 2012. The $15,000 grant is one of 19 NSW Premier’s Teacher Scholarships, which offer unique professional development opportunities through funded study tours […]

$45,000 in Fellowships now available from the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund

The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund provides almost $2m in funding every year to support Australian creativity through our vibrant writing, publishing and visual arts sectors. For the next month, the Cultural Fund is accepting applications for three highly valuable Fellowships – including a new one for teachers – and grants for emerging artists and writers. […]

Tips for a winning CREATE grant application

CREATE grants offer opportunities for mid-career and established creative writers and visual artists to develop new work by providing time to write and create. We’ve prepared these tips to help you prepare a winning application. Tips for a good application Firstly, do your research. Carefully read through the CREATE grants information on the Copyright Agency […]

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Image Credit: Griffith Review covers: Griffith Review 65: Crimes and Punishments – Jesse Marlow, Lal Lal 2012. Griffith Review 66: The Light Ascending – Monica Rohan, Cold Frizzle 2016. Griffith Review 68: Getting On – Anna Di Mezza, Memory’s Persistence 2016.

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