Adelaide Central School of Art Graduate Quick Response Grants provide financial support of up to $500 for graduates of the School who are undertaking professional development activities.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Visual Art and/or Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) program are eligible to apply for up to five years following the completion of their studies.
The grant round is open from the commencement of the academic year and closes at the end of the academic year. There are a finite number of Graduate Quick Response Grants available; the round will close early once these have been exhausted.
Funded activities may include:
* Costs associated with attendance of conferences, exhibitions and public programs directly relating to a graduate’s existing practice, such as travel expenses and entry fees
* Costs associated with the presentation of artworks where the opportunity falls outside other funding rounds
* Costs associated with participation in art prizes such as entry fees, freight, travel expenses.
* Graduates of the Bachelor of Visual Art and/or Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) program are eligible to apply for up to five years following the completion of their studies, beginning in the first calendar year flowing the completion of their studies.
* Eligible graduates may only receive one Graduate Quick Response Grant per calendar year.
* Current students are not eligible to apply for a Graduate Quick Response Grant
The following activities will not be considered for funding:
* Activities which do not directly relate to the graduate’s existing practice
* Activities related to projects at Adelaide Central Gallery
* Activities related to academic assessment.
* Track record of achievement as a graduate of Adelaide Central School of Art
* Degree to which the proposed activity provides professional development to the graduate as
an emerging artist
* Quality and relevance of the activity
* Context in which the activity is taking place
* Degree to which the proposed activity is time-sensitive.
Applications for Graduate Quick Response Grants are assessed regularly and provide funds for an activity that falls within 3 months of the application being submitted. Graduates must submit a Graduate Quick Response Grants Form with all fields and sections completed. Graduates are encouraged to discuss their activity with Graduate Support Program Manager, Andrew Purvis, prior to submission of an application.
Quick Response grants supplied through Adelaide Central School of Art Graduate Support program require an acquittal to be completed within 12 weeks of the conclusion of the funded activity. The acquital should include receipts for associated expenditure. Any deviation from from funded activity should be accounted for