The purpose of the Workshop Delivery Grant is to support delivery of participatory workshops at Wyndham City Community Hubs; with a focus on supporting local Wyndham creatives to deliver workshops that will benefit arts-interested Wyndham City community members.
This funding supports the delivery of participatory workshops that demonstrate an established audience, are a sustainable workshop model, and capacity to be covid-safe. The applicant will indicate how the funds will be used to deliver workshops; for example, the funding could be utilised for venue hire, workshop materials, off-set participant registration fees, cover increased costs surrounding safety or facilitation fees. Applicants must have a current, active ABN which lists an address within Wyndham as the registered business address.
Applicants will be expected to provide information pertaining to their workshop including logistics, marketing information, and report on the workshop/s upon completion. All activities must comply with the latest health advice and government restrictions as detailed by the Department of Health and Human Services and Victorian state government.
- To provide support in delivering a workshop/s at Wyndham City Community Hubs.
- To provide support in securing a venue for workshop delivery if applicable.
- To provide additional support in marketing workshop/s if applicable.
There is a total grant pool of $10,000 with individual grants being offered of up to $1,000 per application.
Examples of support Council may consider funding include, but are not limited to:
- Creative based workshops that are either one-off or a series of workshops.
- Offsetting participant fees by offering workshop places at a discounted rate or for free.
- Venue hire costs associated with workshop delivery.
- Creative development of learning materials required to ensure a sustainable workshop model.
Applications will be assessed against the following key assessment criteria:
- Meeting grant eligibility requirements.
- Alignment with grant objectives.
- Articulation of proposed workshop delivery and perceived creative merits.
- Demonstration of capacity for delivery of the proposed workshop/s.
Responsibilities of successful applicants
- Deliver excellent creative workshop/s that are engaging and attractive to Wyndham City community members.
- Enter into a funding agreement that details how the funding may be used.
- Supply all workshop marketing materials and budget detail to an Arts & Culture Officer.
- Submit a full project debrief and assessment process to be prescribed by Council.
How to get involved
Applications now close at 12:00pm /midnight on Monday 8 March 2021.