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Arts Tasmania Cultural Heritage Program View Grant Back

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Up to 12 months

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For activities commencing after 1 July 2020.

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May cofund / Not specified

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Academic institution, Nonprofit legal entity (inc. assn, company, coop. or trust), Local government

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Cathryn Currin cathryn.gurrin@arts.tas.gov.au
(03) 6165 6655

The Cultural Heritage Program supports museums, galleries and collections to deliver a range of high quality cultural heritage activities that strengthen Tasmania's robust, diverse and vibrant cultural heritage sector, engage and inspire audiences and the wider community, and preserve Tasmania's movable cultural heritage.

For Projects: Tasmanian-based organisations, legally constituted and responsible for managing a publicly owned collection of movable cultural heritage; have a publicly accessible collection, or be working towards, regular opening hours. For programs: organisations managed by one or more paid collection professional(s) whose hours total one full time equivalent. Professional(s) should have relevant qualifications in heritage, fine arts or museum studies, or five years professional experience in a relevant position; manage a significant, publicly owned, permanent collection of movable cultural heritage objects or artworks.

Privately owned or federal government collections; Tasmanian Government Departments or Tasmanian Government Business Enterprises; Organisations who are receiving administered operational funding from the Tasmanian Government for the management of their collection; Organisations in receipt of operational funding specifically for their museum or gallery through the Tasmanian State Budget; Museums, art galleries and heritage organisations in receipt of operational funding from any other Arts Tasmania program.

David Sudmalis; Ashlee Davis; Cathryn Gurrin; Courtney Webber.

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