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 the 68 projects announced in Round One of the Regional Cultural Fund.
Round Two of the Regional Cultural Fund closed on Friday 21 September 2018. Applicants are encouraged to read the guidelines here.
This round will offer applicants a share in $47 million in funding, including up to $5 million specifically for regional public library infrastructure projects, and support for the creation and installation of artist-led public art.
If you are successful in receiving funding under Round Two you will be asked to enter into a funding agreement.
The team will be providing support for applicants throughout the course of the application process. To stay up-to-date, register your interest below.
See the full list of the 68 projects announced in Round One of the Regional Cultural Fund.