The AGIEI program offsets the cost of insurance for international exhibitions touring to Australia.
It supports Australian cultural institutions to bring exhibitions from some of the world's most historically significant and culturally rich collections to new audiences and communities across Australia.
To be eligible, organisations must be:
a Commonwealth, state or territory government collecting institution
an incorporated not-for-profit public collecting institution; or
an incorporated not-for-profit body specialising in touring large art and cultural exhibitions.
The program provides around $2.4 million each year to cultural institutions and is delivered through a two-stage process.
Image: Installation view of Vincent van Gogh's Sunflowers, 1888 one of the highlights from Botticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London, organised by the National Gallery London, Art Exhibitions Australia and the National Gallery of Australia, 5 March to 14 June 2021. Copyright: The National Gallery, London.
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