Conflict of interest

The Australia Council’s Conflicts of Interest and Confidentiality Policy ensures that any conflicts of interest, whether actual or perceived, do not influence discussion about, or decisions on, grant applications.

Peers are obliged to disclose their interests (actual or perceived) before the relevant assessment meeting. Depending on the nature and extent of the conflict, they may be required to leave the meeting while the matter is discussed and a decision is made. Their disclosure and departure from the meeting is formally recorded in the minutes of the meeting and such members do not assess the identified application. 

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Grants

Grants

Our grants program supports a diverse range of artists, organisations, artistic practice and arts activity.

International Opportunities

International Opportunities

Our international projects are a key market development activity which facilitate and build on the global engagement capability of the Australian arts sector. 

Residencies

Residencies

Council has forged partnerships with some of the best residency providers in the world to deliver a suite of residencies that enable the development of individual artists, arts mediators, groups and organisations.

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