A small regional freestanding town hall  in Chewton standing built in 1860

Chewton Town Hall

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    Small Regional Presenters provides funding for regional communities to program and present shows in their area. It also supports skills development and capacity building by encouraging presenters to develop long term plans and audience development strategies.

    Update: In line with the Victoria Government’s Creative State 2025 strategy, work is currently underway to develop programs that best meet the needs of Victoria’s independent creative sector.

    Upcoming programs will continue to include funding streams for:

    • First Peoples applicants
    • Deaf and disabled applicants
    • Independent creative professionals, collectives, micro and small businesses and organisations.

    More details will be confirmed later in 2021.

    Subscribe to our eNews or follow us on social media to hear more about funding programs and new support opportunities as they arise.

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    ** In March 2021 the Victorian Government’s Small Regional Presenters program was delivered by Regional Arts Victoria. If you received funding through the 2021 round and your project has been impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19) please contact Regional Arts Victoria via email at grants@rav.net.au **

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    Who to talk to

    Kathleen Hodgson: 03 8683 3114 or 1800 134 894 (toll free country Victoria only) or email at kathleen.hodgson@creative.vic.gov.au

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    Previous recipients

    $71,896 of funding will support the presentation of diverse performances, from flamenco guitarists to experimental pop music, circus, cabaret and much more.

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    Geraldine Quinn stars in Sunglasses at Night: the 80s Apocalypse Sing Along Cabaret. A Winding Roads Production. Photo by Evan Munro-Smith.