Regional Cultural Fund
The Regional Cultural Fund was established by the NSW Government to support the development of cultural infrastructure in regional NSW that enables bold, exciting and diverse arts and cultural activities.
Through the investment of $100 million, the Regional Cultural Fund aims to strengthen regional arts, screen, culture and heritage, and revitalise local communities through strategic investment.
Since Round One closed on 3 April 2018, $48 million has been shared across 68 projects in nine regions of NSW.
See the full list of projects funded through Round One of the Regional Cultural Fund.
Round Two of the Regional Cultural Fund closed on Friday 21 September 2018.
Through Round Two, $47 million in funding will be shared by 56 cultural infrastructure projects within communities across regional NSW. Public libraries, museums, galleries, conservatoria and screen will benefit as well as artist-led public art creation and installation.
See the full list of projects funded through Round Two of the Regional Cultural Fund.
See the full list of completed projects funded through Round Two of the Regional Cultural Fund.
Download the Regional Cultural Fund Round Two Guidelines.
If you have questions about the Regional Cultural Fund contact Create Infrastructure between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday on (02) 8289 6575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shear Outback Museum solar panel installation from Round Two funding.