This program partners schools and creative professionals in embedding creativity to students' learning and understanding across curriculum areas.
The Creativity for Schools Program offers funding support to connect Western Australian creatives with schools.
The 2 program categories, Collaboration and Residency, will support arts access, participation and overall engagement for students (K to 12) and teachers to engage in transformative creative learning experiences.
The Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC) recognises that the following 5 program objectives are interdependent.
Applications must align with the primary objective and, where relevant, the supporting objectives.
To increase the competitiveness of your application, it is recommended that your activity demonstrates alignment to 4 or more of the key program priorities.
Grants of up to $20,000 for projects involving artists-in-residence in school environments, with the activity including approximately 25 days of engagement per school.
Open to all Western Australian Primary and Secondary Government and Non-Government Schools, including Catholic and Independent Schools, and creative practitioners.
Grants of up to $60,000 for projects and/or programs designed to connect Western Australian arts organisations and creative practitioners with schools.
Open to Western Australian arts and culture organisations, independent practitioners, local government authorities, schools, not-for-profit community organisations and/or not-for-profit community services organisations.
Creative Learning Partnerships Program
You must read the guidelines before submitting an application as they provide essential information.
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