DYNAMIC and creative artists could see their dream projects become reality; grants for arts projects are up for grabs in rural and regional areas of Australia.
In 2010 Southern Grampians and Glenelg Primary Care Partnership (PCP) brought the main street of Hamilton to life with their project, ‘InSpire’.
With the help of a Regional Arts Victoria grant, the InSpire project illuminated the historical façade of the National Australia Bank for a crowd of more than 200.
“It was a family occasion as people of all ages congregated in the main street to watch and enjoy the show.
Feedback from participants and the community has been ‘InSpiring’ for future projects to come.”
Regional Arts Victoria said the fund was designed to support sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia and to assist the professional skills development of regional artists.
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