Apply for quick response arts funding

Quick response grants offer up to $1,000 per financial year for arts and cultural projects that need funding at short notice.

Quick Response grants are part of the NT Arts Grants Program.

They are available all year round. 

This funding provides support for professional and emerging artists and arts workers for all of the following:

  • expression of identity through arts and culture
  • increased arts participation and access
  • employment of NT artists.

The Regional Arts Fund also provides a quick response grant.

Who can apply

Individuals, groups and non-profit organisations may apply. 

At least half of your budget for the activity must come from sources other than Arts NT, and this may include in-kind support.

If your project involves international travel or people employed in organisations that receive more than $100,000 in program funding each year from the NT Arts Grants Program, you must discuss this with an arts broker before you apply.

Before you apply

Read before you apply to speak with an arts broker.

You should also read the NT Arts Grants Program Guidelines. To get the guidelines visit the Department of Arts and Museums website.

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 send in your full application.

Last updated: 27 June 2017