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City of Mount Gambier Cultural Fund Program

Cultural development refers to a process where the community itself is engaged to improve the social, economic and environmental outcomes of the community.

The Cultural Fund Program encourages projects and provides opportunities that make a positive contribution to the City and demonstrates consistency with outcomes from Council's Community Plan including the following key strategies:

  • City streets and open spaces alive with arts and culture,
  • A stimulating place that inspires artists,
  • Greater appreciation of Boandik art, culture and heritage, and
  • Cultural events and festivals make the City an attractive destination.

About the Program

The City of Mount Gambier values the positive contribution arts and culture make to the social and economic well being of regional communities and actively encourages the practice of cultural exchange.

Council also recognises that cultural sharing and artistic expression builds resilient communities with a strong sense of place.

The Cultural Fund Program supports artists, community groups and not-for-profit organisations to deliver inspiring, creative and contemporary projects that contribute to a connected, vibrant and culturally diverse community.

Applications will be assessed against the priorities in each of the funding programs:

  • Creative Spaces Grants
  • Creative City Grants

The Creative Spaces grant is for up to $4,000 and the Creative City grant is for up to $13,000.

View the City of Mount Gambier Cultural Fund Program Guidelines

Creative Spaces Fund Application Form

Creative City Cultural Fund Application Form

The projects must align with the City of Mount Gambier's Community Plan.

Applications close on Wednesday 7 March 2018 at 5:00pm.

You can send in your submission in the following ways:

Email: swong@mountgambier.sa.gov.au

Post: PO Box 56, Mount Gambier SA 5290.

For further information on how you can contribute please click on below links or contact the Riddoch Art Gallery Arts & Culture Development Officer Serena Wong on (08) 8721 2405.