$220,000 has been awarded to artists and organisations in our Stimulate creative grants funding.
Sunday 15 November 2020
Twenty-eight projects were awarded funding in our recent Stimulate grant round.
We received 201 applications and just over 13% of applicants received funding, in what was one of the most competitive grant rounds to date.
Over two million dollars in funding was requested.
Successful applicants for Stimulate are:
- Mx Bon Mott
- Ms Elpida Ruschioni
- Dancehouse Inc
- Ms Christine McFetridge
- Tamarind Tree Pictures/Brown Cabs
- Finucane & Smith Unlimited
- Sangam: Performing Arts Festival of South Asia and Diaspora
- Alice Robinson
- Mr Nathan Bird
- Mr Myles Mumford
- Dylan Martorell
- Environmental Performance Authority (EPA)
- Priya Pavri
- Centre For Projection Art Inc
- Ngioka Bunda-Heath
- Adam May
- Jennifer Ma
- Studio J Dance
- Ms Anna Thomson
- Ms Miranda Hill
- Michael Fikaris
- Gracieuse Amah
- Jennifer Wilson (trading as Sophie deLightful)
- Kaylie Melville
- Mr Jordan Marani
- Eliza Shephard
- West Space
The funding will support these artists, creative organisations and businesses to create new work and/or present new ideas as we emerge from an unprecedented year of change and upheaval.
All projects will take place over the next 13 months and center creative practice and innovation as a means of helping our recovery as a community.
Find out more about the Stimulate grant recipients here.