The Australia-Thailand Institute (ATI) is pleased to announce its inaugural Artist-in-Residency Program. The application round is now open until 5:00pm Monday 30 September (AEST). Applications must be submitted using our online application form.
The ATI's artist-in-residency program will support innovative projects that promote cultural awareness (up to a maximum of $10,000 AUD), with the aim of creating long term relationships between artists and organisations in Thailand and Australia. More information can be found in the ATI artist-in-residency guidelines.
2013-14 ATI Grant Round
The ATI is pleased to announce the recipients of their 2013/14 grant funding round. The ATI would like to thank all grant applicants for their proposals, noting this was again a highly competitive round, receiving many more excellent proposals than were possible to support.
- Applications received: 38
- Applications funded: 17
- Success rate: 44.7%
- Amount requested: $516,331 (not including GST)
- Amount funded: $185,157 (not including GST)
- Funding available: $190,000 (not including GST)
The ATI invites grant applications each year between 1 March and 1 May for projects commencing the following financial year. A link to our online application form will be made available from this website during these dates only.
Australia-Thailand Institute Secretariat
South-East Asia Division
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
R G Casey Building
John McEwen Crescent
BARTON ACT 0221
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