The Public Grants Program supported individuals, organisations and groups to develop commemorative arts and culture projects that engaged local communities, particularly in regional Australia.

How it works

Who can apply
Individuals, organisations and groups developed arts and culture projects commemorating the Anzac Centenary, particularly in regional Australia.
When to apply
Applications for the Public Grants Program are now closed and no further rounds will be held.
Funding available
The Public Grants Program is part of the Anzac Centenary Arts and Culture Fund which is providing $4 million over four years from 2014 to 2018.

Program Information

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About The Program

The program supported arts and culture projects that enhanced Australia’s understanding of the Anzac legacy including projects that focused on the service and sacrifice of Australians following the First World War. It covered a century of service and sacrifice by Australian men and women.

The objectives of the Public Grants Program were to:

  • empower communities, individuals, organisations and artists to commemorate and remember Australians’ own history of service and sacrifice through high quality arts and culture activities
  • ensure communities can access and contribute to quality arts and cultural activities that commemorate the Anzac Centenary.

See the Anzac Centenary Arts and Culture Fund for more information about the fund.

Documents

Funding applications

Started September 11, 2015 00:00 AEST
Ended October 09, 2015 00:00 AEDT
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