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DCA’s Young People & the Arts Grants

DCA’s Young People & the Arts Grants

Gemma Robins

DCA’s Young People and the Arts program supports creative, skills and market development for arts workers and practitioners aged 26 years and under, as well individuals, groups and organisations creating work with and/or for young people.

Development: This category supports the exploration of new ideas, development of new skills, creation of new work or a fresh interpretation of existing material. Applications are accepted from individuals, groups and organisations, subject to meeting DCA’s general eligibility criteria.

Distribution and Marketing: This category supports the distribution or presentation of an existing WA arts activity, event or product with the aim of expanding markets and enhancing profiles, within WA, interstate and/or internationally. Applications are accepted from individuals, groups and organisations, subject to meeting DCA’s general eligibility criteria.

Young People and the Arts Fellowships: Fellowships are intended to support an intensive period of creative development for outstanding young emerging artists or arts workers. A maximum of three $15,000 fellowships are awarded each year.

Young People and the Arts International Scholarships: One $30,000 scholarship is offered annually to one outstanding young artist or arts worker aged 29 years or under to undertake specialist training unavailable elsewhere in Australia. Priority will be given to applicants whose chosen course of study reflects their individual needs as an artist or arts worker.

YPA Quick Response: A contribution of up to $3,000 is available to assist young artists, arts workers and organisations to respond to or capitalise on out-of-round opportunities.

Program close 4pm, Thursday 17 September 2015. 

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