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Information for Regional Arts Fund recipients

If your application is successful, you will receive notification via email.

The email will include the following attachments:

  • A letter from the Director of Arts Tasmania
  • A grant deed for you to sign (including Electronic Funds Transfer information)

The deed may include special conditions that must be met. You can provide information relating to special conditions to Arts Tasmania when you return the signed deed.

Please check your details are correct in the deed. If you need to make a correction, please put a single line through the error, and hand-write the correct information beside it. The person signing the deed should then initial each change.

Please return the signed grant deed, and an invoice for payment to Arts Tasmania within 21 days of receipt.

If we do not receive the signed deed within this time, the offer of grant will lapse without further notice. If you believe you will have difficulties in returning the deed within 21 days please contact Arts Tasmania as soon as possible.

For information on how to set out an invoice or tax invoice please visit the Australian Tax Office website.

Payment of your grant will occur after all paperwork has been processed and all special conditions have been met.

Receiving a grant does not commit Arts Tasmania to future funding.

If you would like to discuss your grant, please contact Arts Tasmania on 03 6165 6666.

Conditions of grant

Grant recipients must agree to the Conditions of Grant that are included in the deed.

Acknowledgement

All recipients of the Regional Arts Fund must acknowledge this support by using both the Australian Government Regional Arts Fund logo and Arts Tasmania logo. All material associated with the project should contain both logos in a prominent place, commensurate with that given to sponsors and donors, for similar levels of support.The Regional Arts Fund logo can be accessed at http://arts.gov.au/regional/regional-arts-fund/logos


This is a Commonwealth Government Federal logo and should only be reproduced according to the guidelines:
http://www.dpmc.gov.au/sites/default/files/publications/Australian_Government_Branding_Design_Guidelines.pdf

It is also appropriate to acknowledge the Regional Arts Fund’s contribution in other promotional contexts, such as opening night speeches, media interviews, etc. The text of the message is: "This project was made possible by the Australian Government's Regional Arts Fund, which supports the arts in regional and remote Australia." 

The Tasmanian State Government logo can be accessed at www.arts.tas.gov.au/logos

It should be accompanied by the words “Supported by”.

Recipients are encouraged to send invitations for events to the Member of Parliament for your federal government electorate. 

Changing your project or budget

Arts Tasmania understands that circumstances can change and that you might need to make changes to your project or program.

You must always discuss a planned change with a program officer before it occurs and should not proceed with a change until you have received written approval from Arts Tasmania.

Acquitting

All grant recipients are required to complete an acquittal report.

  • Community Grant recipients must complete an acquittal within 90 days of the project end date.
  • Quick Response Grant recipients must complete an acquittal within six weeks of the project end date.

The acquittal form can be accessed by logging in at https://tra.smartygrants.com.au/applicant and then clicking the 'My Submissions' link at the top of page.

You can start your acquittal at any stage and add to it through the project lifecycle. Acquittals cannot be submitted until after the project end date has passed.