Are you a business? Check out this comprehensive (though not specifically arts-related) guide from KPMG.
Arts Queensland | Arts Business Innovation Fund
Supports innovation to strengthen income generating and entrepreneurial capacity in Queensland-based not-for-profit arts and cultural businesses. Part funding, part loan, part matched. Rolling fund.
Arts Tasmania | Arts grants
This program supports individuals and groups to undertake projects that enable them to further their careers, enrich their artistic practice and contribute to Tasmania’s arts sector. Projects, professional development and more.
Full 2020 grants list
City of Sydney | Quick Response Grants
Up to $2000 for small projects with a quick turnaround. No closing date.
City of Moonee Valley | COVID-19 Recovery Grants
This grants program is designed to support the adaption, continuation and recovery of local community groups and local businesses. Rolling fund.
Copyright Agency | Cultural Fund
Support for significant organisations and individual Australian writers, journalists, editors, English and literacy teachers and visual artists. We also offer grants to leading organisations to help build literacy skills for children and young adults. Applications for individual artists close Mon 14 September.
Country Arts WA | RAF Quick Response
For regional WA artists and orgs to cover any reasonable expenses, such as artists’ fees, conference registrations, materials, and/or travel and accommodation costs. Applications are due at least 10 business days prior to the project start date.
Facebook Small Business Grants Program
Facebook is offering $100 million in cash grants and ad credits for up to 30,000 eligible small businesses. Applications open in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can sign up to receive more information when it becomes available.
Regional Arts NSW | There are many arts and cultural opportunities available for people living in regional NSW. Quick Response Grants and Regional Arts Funds are available to regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities.