Apply for a Regional Arts Fund grant

Regional Arts Fund: Quick Response Grants

The Regional Arts Fund Quick Response grant offers up to $1,500 for individuals and up to $3,000 for organisations. 

It assists regional artists arts organisations and communities to take up small projects or professional development. 

When you can apply

You can apply for this grant all year round.

Who can apply

Individuals, groups or non-profit organisations may apply.

Before you apply

You should read the Regional Arts Fund guidelines (1.3 mb) and get advice from an arts broker.

How to apply

You must apply for all NT arts grants online by using Grants Tracker.

After you apply

You will be told about the outcome 15 working days after you submit your full application.

Acquittal of funding

If you get funding, after your project is finished you must acquit funding by filling in a Regional Arts Fund acquittal form.

Regional Arts Fund acquittal form (299.3 kb)
Regional Arts Fund acquittal form (81.4 kb)

Read about what to do after you apply for an arts grant including how to acquit funding.

Submit the acquittal form

Submit your signed form by mail, email, or fax.

Arts NT
PO Box 1448
Darwin NT 0801
arts.office@nt.gov.au
Fax: (08) 8999 8949

Get help with your funding application

Contact an arts broker if you need help with your funding application.

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Last updated: 13 October 2017