Southern Tablelands Arts are working within the community to support the creative economies in our region.
The artists, musicians, performers, filmmakers, photographers, stagehands, gallery workers, designers and myriad of other people who make up the creative sector are experiencing a radical change in the way they work, with so much cancelled many (as you would expect) are creatively looking for ways to keep solvent.
While many in our community have benefited from the extra funding and stimulus rolled out over the last few months, many in the creative sector have fallen through the cracks.
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The irony of this is that while so many content creators are doing it tough, we have turned to arts and culture to entertain us while we are at home.
This week the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) opened with an extra $10 million to support our creative sector when it needs it most.
Southern Tablelands Arts are here to support our communities towards realising high level submissions into this competitive funding process.
The objectives of the fund are to support and promote participation in, and access to, Australia's arts and culture in regional and remote Australia.
Proving support for creative and cultural programs and therefore economic, social and cultural benefits for us all.
If you have an idea and a project and want to know more about the RAF please contact Southern Tablelands Arts and we can send you more information so you can decide if this funding might be a good match for what you want to achieve.
We can also invite you to a training session online about the RAF and getting together the best possible submission.
As well as specific support on your project development, budget, and letters of support.
Let's get as much of the fund into the local economy as possible and help our creative sector.
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