Types of investment
Arts Tasmania invests in individuals and organisations to create arts outcomes. We also offer programs to support small museums and collections to manage movable cultural heritage.
|Types of investment||What can I use it for?||Who can apply?||Programs|
|Grant - |
Non-repayable, provided that the project proceeds as approved.
|defined projects or programs of activities||individuals, organisations and small museums and collections||A range of grant opportunities are available through Arts Tasmania at different times throughout the year - see Programs and key dates|
|Low-interest loan -Repayable finance||project activity, capital improvements, equipment purchases and arts and movable cultural heritage projects||individuals, organisations and small museums and collections||Low-interest loans|
|Guarantee against loss - |
a grant to cover potential ticket losses
|for a wide-range of professional arts events that may involve an element of financial risk relating to ticket income||individuals and organisations||Artist Investment Program|
Organisations Investment Program
|Crowdfunding incentive - |
a grant towards a project that is also receiving funding from the public through crowdfunding.
|projects with arts outcomes, as well as things that might not be normally eligible for Arts Tasmania grants, like CD pressing, book printing and putting on awards||Professional artists and collaborations |
Professional organisations (including small museums and collections) that are not funded in 2014 by Arts Tasmania. Organisations that have been
|Time - |
Roving Curator time in your small museum.
|Our Roving Curators are museum professionals who can work with small museums and collections to manage movable cultural heritage||Small museums and collections||Roving curators|