Whether it be a new arts facility or simply sprucing up an existing structure, expressions of interest and applications are now open for the Regional Cultural Fund.
The $100 million fund was announced as part of the 2017 state budget.
The fund will drive the creation of regional cultural infrastructure across a range of new and existing spaces, buildings and structures that support or accommodate the arts, cultural expression and heritage.
Wollondilly MP Jai Rowell said he was excited for the range of new projects that this could offer the Wingecarribee area.
“The Regional Cultural Fund is a welcome boost for the regional arts and culture community in Wingecarribee. So if there is a gallery that needs to be built or a small museum that needs a lick of paint, or a theatre group with a new project, I encourage them all to apply.”
Through the fund, support is offered to a diverse mix of arts and culture spanning visual media and performing arts, heritage, publishing and film.
There are small, medium and large funding pools for projects from a couple of hundred dollars to $5 million.
Specific funds have been reserved for new programming projects.
Visit www.create.nsw.gov.au For further information and guidelines for applicants.