After you apply
Once you submit your application, we will send you an email acknowledging receipt of your application.
After you submit your application, we first check it meets the eligibility criteria for the grant or opportunity to which you are applying.
Applications to the Australia Council Grant Programs (Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups, Arts Projects – Organisations, Career Development Grants, Fellowships, Four Year Funding) and to Government Programs (Playing Australia, the Contemporary Touring Initiative and the Contemporary Music Touring Initiative) are assessed by arts practice peer panels against the published assessment criteria for the relevant grant program. We aim to notify you of the outcome of your application no later than 12 weeks after the published closing date for the applicable grant round.
Outside the Australia Council Grant Program and Government Programs, the Australia Council also offers a variety of other grants and opportunities which are not assessed in the same way. Please refer the guidelines for the relevant grant or opportunity to find out how it is assessed.
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