Applications for a 2019 Bouddi Foundation for the Arts grant close at the end of May.
“May 31 is the last day to submit a proposal for this year’s grants up to $5000,” said organiser Ms Joy Park.
Ms Park said the Foundation was eager to hear from Peninsula based artists aged 15-25, as well as artists from across the Central Coast, and urged any young artists interested in a career in the arts to send in a proposal.
“Proposals should outline how a grant would help the artist further their career in their chosen field and covers the spectrum of visual arts, photography, sculpture, painting, ceramics, performing arts, classical or contemporary instrumental or vocal music, including song writing, acting, or musical theatre and dance; aboriginal arts, electronic arts, literature, and more,” Ms Park said.
“The Foundation has awarded over $150,000 over the last seven years.
More details about how to apply are available on the Foundation’s website.
Media release, 6 May 2019
Joy Park, Bouddi Foundation for the Arts
Photo: AAP Ashely Feder