GRANTS ARE AN ESSENTIAL TOOL IN SUPPORTING THE ARTS.
Grants help build individual artist's careers and support aspirational creative projects produced by arts organisations. Grant writing is something that comes with being a professional artist, arts manager and curator. Detailed below are successful personal and project grants that I've authored and co-authored.
2021 DFAT Grant $40,000: co-authored, Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, Arts Project Australia for Art et al.
2020 Whittlesea Creative Communities Fund, $2,000: City of Whittlesea, Melbourne
2020 International Project Grant $48,300: co-authored, Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Project Australia for Art et al.
2019 Limb Family Foundation Grant, $100,000: co-authored, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne
2018 Marketing Grant, $24,000: co-authored, The Jack Brockhoff Foundation, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne
2017 Program Grant, $29,000: Australia Council, External Curator, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne
2017 VicArts Grant, $40,000: Creative Victoria, Arts Project Australia Curated Exhibitions Program, Melbourne
2016 VicArts Grant, $12,000: Creative Victoria, Tell 'em I'm dead, curated by Suzanne Brown et al, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne
2015 VicArts Grant, $12,000: Creative Victoria, Terry Williams Soft Sculptures, Arts Project, curated by Ricky Swallow, White Columns, New York
2015 Project Grant, $10,094: Australia Council, It takes more than 140 characters..., curated by Dr Vince Alessi, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne
2014 New Work Mid-Career Grant, $20,000: Australia Council, Melbourne
2014 Community Partnerships Grant, $34,125: Arts Victoria, KMKY (curated by Linda Judge), Melbourne
2014 Exhibition Development Fund Grant, $10,000: NETS Victoria, Polaroid Project, Peter Atkins & Alan Constable, Melbourne
2014 VicArts Grant, $20,000: Arts Victoria, Polaroid Project (Peter Atkins & Alan Constable), Arts Project Australia, Melbourne
2013 Arts Grant Program, $16,000: City of Melbourne, Small Universe, Arts Project Australia, curated by Glenn Dalton & Ching Yee Ng, Melbourne
2012 Project Grant, $10,000: Besen Family Foundation, Knowing Me Knowing You, curated by Linda Judge, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne
2012 Minor Works Grant: Disability Services, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne
2011 Art Start Grant, $10,000: Australia Council, Melbourne
2008 New Work Emerging Artist Grant, $10,000: Australia Council, Melbourne
2008 Grant-In-Aid of Research: School of Arts & Sciences, Indiana University, Melbourne
2007 New Perspectives Grant: Co-authored with Prof. Randy Long & Dr Nicole Jacquard: Indiana University, Bloomington
2006 Conferences Grant: Arts, Science & Humanities: Co-authored Prof. Randy Long & Dr Nicole Jacquard: Indiana University, Bloomington
2006 FASA Grant: Co-authored with Prof. Randy Long: Indiana University, Bloomington
2006 Technical Assistance Grant: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Bloomington