Grants

Artist-in-Residency Program for 2015

The Australia-Thailand Institute is pleased to invite applications for the Artist-in-Residency Program for 2015 – Round 2.

The program supports artists with innovative arts programs that create enduring ties between people and organisations in Thailand and Australia. The artist-in-residency aims to also promote excellence in the arts, in this round with a special focus on design, film, digital media and visual arts.

Applications open Tuesday 21 April and close Monday 18 May 2015.

2014–15 ATI grant round

Applications for the funding under the 2014–15 General Grants Program have closed.

For the 2014–15 General Grants Program the ATI identified the following priority areas:

  • Arts and culture
  • Education
  • Science, technology and innovation
  • Health and sport
  • Public policy and media

For further information regarding the ATI General Grants Program, please contact the ATI Secretariat on 02 6261 3202 or 02 6261 1333 or email  at austhailand.institute@dfat.gov.au

As applications are assessed against the ATI Grant Program Guidelines, all applicants should familiarise themselves with them before submitting an application for funding.

If your application cannot be submitted using the Online Application form, please contact the ATI Secretariat.

Applying for an ATI grant

Useful information for grantees

Australian Visa Information for Event Organisers and Participants

Grant acquittals

Grant acquittal requirements

Financial certification template [DOCX 28 KB]

Grant recipients

2013–14 Grant Recipient Table [XLS 200 KB]

2012–13 Grant Recipient Table [XLS 286 KB]

2011–12 Grant Recipient Table [XLS 282 KB]

2010–11 Grant Recipient Table [XLS 14 KB]