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Two girls with headphones looking out of a blanket fort

Photo: The Turners by Audioplay, 2020. Photo by Renee Zaffino-Little.

From an $18,450 grant for the Yawuru Jarndu Aboriginal Corporation to create stories through textile design, to $59,998 for a performance work by Jay Emmanuel in Perth, the Arts 15k-plus program acknowledges the value of arts and culture in creating a vibrant, inclusive and connected community.

The program, which is currently open for applications, is available for programs or activities throughout Western Australia.

Artists and organisations are urged to apply before 17 February 2022.

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Successful Arts 15k-plus grants
Organisation/projectRegionAmount approved
Audioplay Australia, Audioplay: Remote delivery research and developmentPerth$58,293
Big hART, Songs for FreedomPerth and Pilbara$30,540
Caitlin Maling, West Coast, Poems and EssaysGascoyne, Mid West and Wheatbelt$39,347
Camera Story, Piriwa Placemaking MuralKimberley$59,124
Campbell Whyte, Luna Express, a graphic novelPerth$35,080
Centre for Stories, Building for the future through a stronger web presencePerth$33,578
City of Albany, gARmenT, a wearable art projectGreat Southern$57,300
City of Belmont, The Imaginarium 2022Perth$25,000
Claire Coleman, Feminist AnthemsPerth$51,424
Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation, Djarindjin fuel tank mural projectKimberley$30,402
Dorothy Erickson, Hesperian — a new collection of jewelleryPerth$40,000
Ella Hetherington, Golden HourPerth$43,562
Fliptease, West is WestPerth$47,110
Gascoyne in May, CREALITY — Gascoyne Travelling Arts FestivalGascoyne$59,970
Isha Mott, ASCENT, stage two creative developmentPerth$41,720
Laurence Steed, Better Than Me — new full-length non-fiction manuscriptPerth$34,000
Melanie McKee, Seven FormsSouth West$32,980
Monique Le Lievre, Production and launch of a debut albumKimberley$24,755
Natalie Allen, In CrimsonPerth$58,787
Performing Lines Limited — WA, Equations of a Falling Body by Laura Boynes second creative developmentPerth$59,773
Performing Lines Limited — WA, Sunset: first stage creative development of a new work by Jay Emmanuel — administered for Encounter TheatrePerth$59,998
Performing Lines Limited — WA, Creative development of Can't Won't Don't by Jo Pollitt and Maitland SchnaarsPerth$55,443
Rebecca Giggs, Pet: The Future of the Animals we Keep, a literary nonfiction book projectPerth$30,000
Red Bird Creative, Young Phoenix: Digital short graphic novella developmentPerth$57,500
Scott Elstermann, Petrushka — Game, Set, MatchPerth$59,906
Sophie Curtis, WA Young Artists Chamber Music Program 2022 SeasonPerth$23,972
The Trustee for Herbert Jones Trust, Between The Lines FestivalSouth West and Peel$22,032
The Trustee for Mazza-Parton Family Trust, The Current: A literary novel set on Leschenault Peninsula near AustralindSouth West$48,974
Theatre 180, Blue/Orange by Joe PenhallPerth$60,000
Toni Wilkinson, Tough Pleasures, a photographic publicationPerth$34,000
UWA Westerly Magazine, Publication with Westerly Magazine in 2022Perth$31,262
WA Circus School, Annual Youth Troupe ProgramPerth$59,930
Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project Inc, The Wirlomin Noongar language cultural enhancement projectGreat Southern$60,000
Yawuru Jarndu Aboriginal Corporation — Stories re-envisioned through textile designKimberley$18,450



Page reviewed 27 February 2023