Arts and Culture Grants
The Arts and Culture grants program supports a range of arts and culture project such as performances, exhibitions, and festivals, to bring the work of Japanese artists, or Japanese arts and cultural content, to Australian audiences. Funding is distributed to non-profit organisations (individuals are not eligible to apply) to support a variety of high quality, traditional and contemporary content across Australia, and is subject to limited availability.
Applications for have closed for JFY2019-20.
The second round of Bringing Artists from Japan will close on June 3, 2019 (for projects which take place between October 1, 2019, and March 31, 2020).
This grant provides assistance to museums and key institutions for exhibitions, to be held in Australia, introducing Japanese art and culture.
This grant supports the development of professionals specialising in the study of Japanese art by providing an opportunity for curators and researchers from abroad to conduct research in Japan, and by so doing, promote the study of the field and the introduction of Japanese art overseas.
This grant provides assistance to groups or individuals in Japan who have received invitations to engage in performances or other cultural activities in Australia, or to organisations arranging these activities. (Only applicants residing in Japan are eligible.)
This intensive in-country language training program is designed to give researchers and cultural specialists the skills they need to conduct research in Japan.
Available at various times throughout the year until the budget is exhausted. Application is by invitation only.
Arts & Culture Small Project Funding
(page coming soon)
This grant provides assistance for the presentation of Japanese arts and culture in Australia.
Does the Japan Foundation, Sydney offer an Artist-in-Residence program to Japan?
No, but you can view The Japan Foundation’s Artist-in-Residence database which lists organisations in Japan who offer AIR programs.
Does the Japan Foundation offer grants for performing arts exchange between Japan and Australia?
No, but The Japan Foundation’s Performing Arts Network Japan website contains current information on the performing arts scene in Japan.