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Information for recipients of Roving Curator time

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

The email will include the following documents:

  • A letter from the Minister for the Arts
  • A letter from the Director of Arts Tasmania
  • A deed

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 return the signed deed 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.

Conditions of Roving Curator time

Recipients must agree to any conditions that are included in the deed.


The Tasmanian State Government logo should be present on all material relating to supported projects, preceded by the words “Supported by”.

The logo can be downloaded from:

Written credits should include the phrase: “This project was assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts”.

Changing your project or budget

We understand 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.


All recipients are required to complete an acquittal report within three months of the project end date.

If you have an overdue or incomplete acquittal you will not be able to apply for further funding from Arts Tasmania.

The online acquittal form can be access here:

Arts Tasmania may not accept acquittal reports that show significant unapproved changes to a project. In such cases you may be required to return funds to Arts Tasmania.