Funding

Basic information for artists seeking funding to attend our studio.

There are various ways you might be funded to attend Arts Project as an artist.

Georgia Szmerling , Not titled, 2016, ink and oil pastel on board, 40.5 x 51 cm, GS16-0006

Georgia Szmerling , Not titled, 2016, ink and oil pastel on board, 40.5 x 51 cm, GS16-0006

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Arts Project Australia and the NDIS

Arts Project Australia is a registered service provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). You can use NDIS funding to attend the studio where you could be an artist in:

  • drawing
  • painting
  • ceramics
  • textiles
  • 3D sculpture
  • digital art

More information about our programs and what we offer is available on our studio page.

For more information on NDIS funding, you can click this link to the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).  This link will take you directly to the information for participants.  We can also help you with information about Arts Project Australia and the NDIS by contacting us here.

Lisa Reid, Red Handbag, glazed earthenware, 34 x 32 x 19cm, LRC15-0001, Private collection, Melbourne

Lisa Reid, Red Handbag, glazed earthenware, 34 x 32 x 19cm, Private collection, Melbourne

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OTHER FUNDING

If your area has not transitioned into NDIS funding yet, you can still attend Arts Project Australia with:

  • Individual Support Package (ISP)
  • Futures for Young Adults (FFYA)
  • Fee for service model for those who do not receive any government funding
  • TAC providers.

Not sure what funding you have or can access for? Call us on 9482 4484 to discuss.

OTHER FEES

In most cases, you will also be required to pay a small daily materials fee for you attendance.  This will depend on your funding source and will be discussed at your initial interview meeting.