Information For Successful Applicants
Visit the artsACT online grants portal and log in to view your submissions and access attachments including acquittal forms.
Deed of Grant - Terms and Conditions
Successful applicants will receive a letter confirming the amount of the funding and a Deed of Grant. The Deed of Grant should be read carefully as it contains information about your funding and reporting obligations.
Payment of funding
For payment to be made, either an ABN or a Statement by a Supplier form, which is available from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is required along with a Tax Invoice.
Arts Activities funding recipients should complete and submit the Invoice Form attached to their application.
Organisations should provide a Tax Invoice addressed to:
Attn: Narelle Marlow
ACT Economic Development – artsACT
Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate
GPO Box 158
Canberra ACT 2601
Tax Invoices must be dated, numbered and include the payee's registered business name, address and ABN.
Acknowledging ACT Government support
It is a requirement of the Deed of Grant that you acknowledge the ACT Government on all print and electronic publicity and on other materials associated with your funded project. More information can be found in Logos and Branding.
The Deed of Grant requires you to acquit the funding. An acquittal gives you the chance to evaluate your activity. It also provides artsACT with valuable information on the variety of art projects and programs taking place. An acquittal form will be attached to your application.
Refer to your Deed of Grant to find out when your acquittal is due. If you need to extend your project or are unable to meet the acquittal due date, contact artsACT to discuss an extension.
Please note: Any applicant with overdue unacquitted funding through the ACT Arts Fund will be ineligible to apply for further funding. A history of late acquittals without due cause will be considered when assessing future applications.
Changes to your project
artsACT is aware changes may occur in the time between receiving and acquitting the funding. Contact artsACT to discuss changes to your activity and/or budget. Project variations will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance
artsACT strongly advises all artists and arts organisations to seek their own advice regarding insurance.
ACT Government Grant Information
For information on ACT Government grants, please refer to the ACT Government Grants Portal www.grants.act.gov.au