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So maybe you can't make films right now but you sure can work on making your scripts better in the meantime. Check this out.
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Artists! Funding!

Melbourne City Council has just approved $2m worth of Quick Response Arts Grants.

$4,000 each = 500 grants. For individual artists (with an ABN) or small arts organisations. In two types: 'development', for the development of new work, and 'online presentation' grants, to put developed work online.

Criteria and outcome requirements are pared right back, e.g. development grant application does not require a presentation outcome to be nominated, but of course this is for artists who live, practice, work or regularly present in the City of Melbourne.

Grants will open tomorrow morning, media release to come overnight. City of Melbourne website will have details in the morning.

We've also granted rent relief to all arts organisations that are tenants of Council-controlled properties, and arts organisations in the City of Melbourne will have access to a separate funding pool for various categories of Quick Response Business Grants.

This is an imperfect and local contribution to a massive problem, but hopefully will make a meaningful contribution to a few, and keep artists creating with some income.

Cr Rohan Leppert
Arts, Culture and Heritage spokesperson
City of Melbourne
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