The Australian Government International Exhibitions Insurance Program provides funding to offset the cost of insurance for eligible international exhibitions touring to Australia.

How it works

Who can apply
Commonwealth, state and territory government collecting institutions; incorporated not-for-profit public collecting institutions, and incorporated not-for-profit bodies specialising in touring large art and cultural exhibitions.
When to apply
The 2022–23 funding round is now open and will close on 8 April 2022.
Funding available
The program delivers approximately $2.4 million each year.

Program Information

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About The Program
Funding application period:  February 07, 2022 09:00 AEDT to April 08, 2022 17:00 AEST

The Australian Government International Exhibitions Insurance program offers funding to offset the cost of insurance for eligible exhibitions, increasing audience access to significant cultural material that they would not otherwise have an opportunity to access.

The cultural material in exhibitions must have a minimum value of AUD $50 million for fine art exhibitions or AUD $20 million for museological exhibitions. The proposal can be for either multiple or single venue exhibitions. Insurance cover may apply to multiple or single items within an exhibition that meets the minimum value threshold.

How to apply

To find out more information about the program, read the guidelines available on the Australian Government's GrantConnect website at www.grants.gov.au and apply by using the 'apply now' button below. You can also contact the AGIEI program officer at collectionsdevelopment@arts.gov.au

Funding applications

Started February 07, 2022 09:00 AEDT
Ended April 08, 2022 17:00 AEST
Days Remaining 0 of 60
Applications under consideration