The purpose of the Community Presenter Touring Grant is to extend the reach of professional productions to smaller towns and remote communities in NSW that do not have a professional performing arts venue, by providing funds towards the performance fee of touring productions.
The Grant supports the presentation of professional, NSW-based productions to non-professional venues in regional NSW. Funds for this Grant have been made available by Arts NSW on behalf of the NSW Government. This is a three-year initiative.
Applicants can submit a proposal for funding to:
Community presenters can apply for this Grant. For the purposes of this grant a community presenter is an individual or organisation who takes on the responsibility of presenting a professional production or performance in a non-professional venue, including financial management, fee negotiation, contracting, marketing and technical provisions. A community presenter might be a:
A non-professional venue is defined as a venue that that does not present professional performing arts experiences as its primary function. Eg. community halls, libraries, community arts centres. For the purposes of this grant, in-school presentations are not eligible.
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If you have any immediate questions please email Kate Gaul.
Arts on Tour is starting to coordinate a small number of tours to non-managed venues, but there are many companies and artists making high quality productions available for touring that you can get in contact with directly. Conversely, if you have a production you'd like to get on the road, get in contact with us.
This grant is not offered in 2021.
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GET IN CONTACT!
If you're involved with a community-run venue or you're a producer with a work you'd love to get out to smaller towns and remote communities, we'd love to talk to you. Get in touch - give us a call or send an email to Kate Gaul.