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Find out how to get hands on funds

ARTS NSW is inviting all Mid North Coast residents interested in the Arts NSW 2013 Arts Funding Program to attend a regional information session.

The session will be staged at the Glasshouse Theatre in Port Macquarie on Tuesday May 22.

The 2013 Arts NSW Funding Program Guide will be released this week and will provide details of funding opportunities for arts groups, organisations and individuals planning projects for 2013.

The free information session at Port Macquarie Arts NSW will provide an opportunity to learn more about Arts NSW grants programs.

The session will run for approximately two hours and cover:

  • Arts NSW role and activity
  • What type of grants are available through Arts NSW
  • Tips for successful applications
  • A question and answer time
  • This will be the only session staged on the mid north coast. A free session will also be held in Lismore at the Lismore Regional Gallery on 16 May.

To find out more about the sessions and to download the PDF document with full RSVP details, visit the Arts Mid North Coast Website at www.artsmidnorthcoast and follow the News and Media link.

You can also visit the Arts NSW website at www.artsnsw.gov.au and follow the Funding and Support link.

If you would like to attend, you must first register your interest by responding direct to Arts NSW.

For further information please contact Arts NSW on (02) 8218 2234.



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