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Arts QLD, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closing: Round 5- 1 October 2021

The Queensland Arts Showcase Program (QASP) supports vibrant and accessible arts and cultural experiences for Queensland by individuals, organisations or collectives. The program is delivered through three streams- Arts Accelerate, Arts Activate and Arts Advantage. QASP provides up-front, one-off grants of up to $30,000 (sole-funding) and up to $60,000 (co-funding).

The program invests in:

  • the development and growth of a vibrant and accessible arts and cultural sector in Queensland
  • strengthening the Queensland arts and cultural sector’s connection with new audiences
  • supporting artistic and non-artistic collaborations to develop innovative and quality arts and cultural experiences
  • strengthening professional development and the creation of employment and training opportunities for Queensland’s small to medium arts and cultural sector.

Guidelines

Further information and guidelines for the QASP are available at: QASP- Publications and Resources

Applications

Application forms for current rounds can be accessed at: Arts Queensland- SmartyGrants

Further assistance is available from the Arts Queensland Office on (07) 3034 4016, or toll free 1800 175 531; or: [email protected].


Now Open: Arts QLD Touring Queensland Fund

Arts QLD, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closing: Round 3- 13 October 2021

The Touring Queensland Fund (TQF) supports the delivery of high quality, tour-ready work to and from regional Queensland communities with demonstrated community interest and demand. The TQF includes support for exhibitions, performances and community engagement activities, as well as touring arts and education activities, and artists in residence projects targeted at schools and kindergartens in regional Queensland.

A component of the fund delivers outcomes under the Queensland Government’s Backing Indigenous Arts Initiative (BIA) and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy (VACS) (a partnership with the Australia Council for the Arts.

Objectives:

  • Ensure all Queenslanders have access to the arts by supporting high quality performing, visual arts and exhibition tours in communities across Queensland
  • maximise employment opportunities for Queensland artists and arts workers
  • support access for audiences to a vibrant and diverse range of arts product
  • respond to the challenges on viability of touring models as a result of COVID 19 impacts.

Funding Streams:

  • Performing Arts Touring – Single Tour
    Supports single tours of performances and/or community engagement activities, including theatre, circus, classical and contemporary music and dance tours.
  • Performing Arts Touring –  Multi-Tour Program
    Supports programs of touring performances and/or community engagement activities, including theatre, circus, classical and contemporary music and dance tours.
  • Exhibition Touring
    Supports regional touring for all forms of cultural heritage, visual arts and craft exhibitions, including exhibitions containing multi-media, moving-image installations and design.
  • Arts and Education
    Supports regional schools and kindergartens to access high quality touring product and artists in residence programs with strong demonstrable links to the Australian Curriculum/Early Years Learning Framework.

Funding Available:

  • Up to $20,000 for an artist in residence component of any application.
  • Up to $150,000 total per application for a single tour or program of two tours.
  • Up to $200,000 total per application for a multi-tour program of three or more tours.
  • Quick response grants for tours or extension of tours seeking less than $20,000 are available through the Touring Queensland Quick Response Fund.

Guidelines

Please read the Touring Queensland Fund documents: guidelines, application form, frequently asked questions (FAQs) and important information before applying.

Data dictionaries provide definitions of measures, calculation methods and counting rules. Make sure you read the data dictionary for this fund before you start any activities to make sure you collect data in the required way.

Applications

Please visit the SmartyGrants online portal to apply. 

If circumstances prevent you from providing your application or outcome report in this format please contact an Arts Investment Officer on (07) 3034 4016 or toll free 1800 175 53, or email [email protected].


Arts QLD, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closing: Ongoing Applications Accepted

The Touring Queensland Quick Response Fund (TQF Quick) provides Queensland-based artists, arts organisations and presenters (including performing arts venues, galleries and museums, community or local government presenters) with grants to support the delivery of touring performances and community engagement activities related to performing arts or exhibitions touring.

The program works to complement the Touring Queensland Fund, which supports performing arts, visual arts and cultural heritage tours.

Objectives:

  • Support Queensland artists and presenters to respond flexibly and quickly to emerging venue and community demand or changes in touring schedules
  • Enable Queensland venues to maximise employment opportunities for Queensland artists and arts workers
  • Reduce risk to touring companies/artists and presenters/venues, by helping offset the costs of artist fees and/or travelling to and from regional communities

Funding Available: 

TQF Quick will fund up to $20,000 for the following types of activity:

  • New performing arts tours that include at least three regional Queensland locations, or at least two regional Queensland and one metropolitan location (regionally based applicants only)
  • Extension of confirmed performing arts or exhibition touring activity to additional regional locations, or metropolitan locations (regionally based artists only)
  • New community engagement activities as part of confirmed performing arts or exhibitions tours in regional locations, or metropolitan locations (regionally based artists only)

TQF Quick will fund regional and metropolitan performing arts venues for up to $5,000 for:

  • single-venue performing arts engagements that are part of new or existing tours

Frequency:

The TQF Quick assessment panel will meet fortnightly after 12 February 2021 and consider new applications until funding is exhausted.

Funded activities for tours or residencies must commence after 15 March 2021 and at least 4 weeks after you submit your application.

Guidelines

Before applying, carefully read the Touring Queensland Quick Response Fund Documents, including guidelines, application form, outcome reports, frequently asked questions (FAQs) and important information for applicants.

For queries about the guidelines, deadlines, or questions in the form, please contact Arts QLD on 07 3034 4016 during business hours, or email [email protected] and quote your submission number.

Applications

Please visit Arts Queensland's online grant application service to apply.


Now Open: Arts Sector Career Development Grants – Individuals & Groups 

Australia Council for the Arts

Closing: Round 6- 1 March 2022, 3pm (for projects beginning after 1 June 2022).

Focus: Career Development Grants aim to assist individual artists, arts workers or groups of artists by providing support to further develop skills or improve capacity to build an enduring career in the arts. These grants can support a broad range of activities such as skills and professional development, mentorships, showcases, residencies and other projects directly related to your career development. Supported activities must last no longer than two years from the proposed start date.

Amount: Grants are available from $10,000 to $50,000

Guidelines

To apply, you must be registered in the Australia Council Application Management System a minimum of two business days prior to the closing date.

Your project must take into account the latest advice regarding COVID-19.

Applications

For further assistance and advice from the Australia Council for the Arts, please contact 02 9215 9000,  1800 226 912 (toll-free), or [email protected] 


Phonographic Performance Company of Australia 

Closing: Ongoing applications accepted and assessed on quarterly basis.

Focus: The PPCA Performers’ Trust Foundation provides grants to promote and encourage music and the music-related performing arts.

Amount: Up to $3,000 for an individual; or up to $5,000 for a group or organisation

Guidelines & Applications

There is no specific format for applications, except that they must be in writing and include the Standard Cover Sheet.

For more information on the PPCA Performers' Trust Foundation, please contact: (02) 8569 1100, or [email protected]


Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Grants 2021-2022

Arts Queensland, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closing: Please contact your Local Council for specific dates and funding for upcoming projects in 2021-22.

The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) promotes the role and value of arts, culture and heritage as key drivers of diverse, inclusive communities and strong regions.  RADF invests in local arts and cultural priorities, as determined by local council communities across Queensland. The Queensland Government, through Arts Queensland, provides RADF funding to councils in 2021 - 2022. Councils also provide financial and in-kind support to RADF delivery as local projects and initiatives. 

Grants are available to local artists, organizations, or creative businesses in regional locations. RADF funding is a flexible, enabling local Councils to tailor RADF programs to suit the needs of their communities.

RADF does not operate in the Brisbane City Council area or in Indigenous Council areas. Applicants in the Brisbane City Council area are encouraged to apply through the Creative Sparks funding program. Applicants in an Indigenous Council area are encouraged to apply through the Indigenous Regional Arts Development Fund

Guidelines and Applications

The following documents are available to assist with preparation in each regional council area:

•    Guidelines - PDF (407.25 KB) and Word (1.97 MB)
•    Frequently Asked Questions - PDF (272.09 KB) and Word (1.08 MB)
•    Tips for Council Areas - PDF (783.38 KB) and Word (1.98 MB)
•    Funding Acknowledgement Kit - Word (DOCX) (979.96 KB)
•    Important Information for Applicants

Please contact your Local Council for more information on specific dates and the funding available. 


Australian Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

Closed: 18 February 2021

The Live Music Australia Program will provide support to the live music sector, with a focus on small to medium venues that support high quality original Australian live music that is professionally staged. It aims to revive business ventures in local suburbs, towns and regions across the country, building capacity for a sustainable live music scene with strong community roots, in all parts of Australia. The first year of funding is aimed at preparing live music venues to become operational following the impacts of COVID-19 on the industry.

The program will:

• support the development, growth and innovation of Australian contemporary live music by increasing performance opportunities for original contemporary music by Australian artists

• support a sustainable venue-based live music industry by building professional capacity within venues

• support partnerships, collaboration and networks across the Australian live music industry.

The grant program will run from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2024, with $5 million available per year. The maximum grant amount is $100,000.

Guidelines

Guidelines and program documentation is available on the GrantConnect website. 

For queries about the guidelines, deadlines, or questions in the form please email [email protected] or call (02) 6271 1711 and quote your submission number.

Applications

Please visit SmartyGrants to apply.


Visions of Australia Grants Program

Australian Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

Closed: 5 March 2021

The Visions of Australia regional exhibition touring program supports audience access to Australian arts and cultural material, with a particular focus on tours to regional and remote Australia.

The Visions of Australia Program are to:

- increase access for Australian audiences to exhibitions of quality Australian arts and cultural material, with a particular focus on regional and remote Australia

- encourage partnerships between organisations such as museums and galleries, particularly collaboration across the collections sector, to form curatorial partnerships and where appropriate, access to mentoring and skills transfer opportunities.

There is no funding cap for individual applications.

Grants are delivered through two streams: development of exhibitions or touring of exhibitions, supporting costs such as research, design, production, transport, installation and personnel. Funding is available through annual or multiyear funding agreements, subject to available funds.

Guidelines 

Visions of Australia program documentation including program guidelines and frequently asked questions, is available on the GrantConnect website. 

For queries or further assistance please contact: The Program Officer for Visions of Australia at the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications on Phone: 1800 590 577, or Email: [email protected]

Applications

  • Complete a work plan and a detailed project budget using the program application form.
  • Provide venue confirmation forms for each of the participating venues if applying for touring funding.
  • Make sure you complete the application: incomplete applications are not considered.
  • Keep it short: only the first 10 pages of an application’s support material are assessed.

To submit an application for Visions of Australia funding, please use the Apply Now link.


Arts Business Innovation Fund (ABIF)

Arts QLD, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closed: 1 October 2020

The Arts Business Innovation Fund (ABIF) supports the growth of not-for-profit arts businesses financially and operationally. The program provides funding of up to $100,000 to innovative business ideas that will improve business operating models and build the organizations capacity into the future.

Guidelines

Further application information and guidelines for the ABIF are available at: https://www.publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/arts-business-innovation-fund

How to Apply:

Application forms for current rounds can be accessed at: https://artsqueensland.smartygrants.com.au/ABIF


The Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grants

Ian Potter Cultural Trust

Closing: Currently closed due to impacts of Covid-19 pandemic.

Please visit: Ian Potter Cultural Trust Blog Updates for further  information.  

The Cultural Trust is committed to encouraging excellence and supporting a vibrant, world-class arts scene in Australia. The Cultural Trust offers grants up to $10,000 to assist talented emerging and early career artists to take up professional development opportunities, usually overseas. The Trust may also consider supporting postgraduate study where no equivalent exists in Australia.

Guidelines

Further application information and guidelines are available at: https://www.ianpotterculturaltrust.org.au/apply-for-a-grant/

Apply Now

Application forms for current rounds can be accessed through: Ian Potter Trust Applications


Arts Organisations Capacity Building Grants

Ian Potter Foundation

Closed: Friday 6 November 2020

Focus: The Ian Potter Foundation's Arts program area aims to help build the calibre and capacity of Australia’s arts organisations and support them to raise the bar of aspiration and achievement in the sector.

  • To support first-rate artistic institutions and organisations in metropolitan and regional Australia which are distinctive in artistic achievement, imagination and innovation in fostering development across a sector or art form.
  • To support such institutions to host artists in high-calibre professional development and/or leadership opportunities of at least 12 months (e.g. fellowships, apprenticeships, mentorships, internships).

Amount: up to $100,000 to undisclosed applicants

Guidelines

Expressions of Interest Open 19 October 2020.

Apply Now


Arts Sector Career Development Grants – Individuals & Groups 

Australia Council for the Arts

Closed:  Please note funding and dates for future rounds are under review due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. 

Focus: Career Development Grants aim to assist individual artists, arts workers or groups of artists by providing support to further develop skills or improve capacity to build an enduring career in the arts. These grants can support a broad range of activities such as skills and professional development, mentorships, showcases, residencies and other projects directly related to your career development. Supported activities must last no longer than two years from the proposed start date.

Amount: $5,000 to $25,000

Guidelines and 

Applications

For further assistance and advice from the Australia Council for the Arts, please contact a Grants Officer on 02 9215 9000,  1800 226 912 (toll-free), or [email protected] 


Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support Program

Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

Closed: 19 February 2021

Focus: The IVAIS grant opportunity is part of the Australian Government’s Arts and Cultural Development Program which supports participation in, and access to, Australia’s arts and culture through developing and supporting cultural expression. Outcomes supported by IVAIS are:

  • a professional, viable and ethical Indigenous visual arts industry that features strong participation and provides economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • the continued production, exhibition, critique, purchase and collection of Indigenous visual art.

Amount: $5,000 to $80,000 (Total pool of $300,000).

Guidelines & Applications

Guidelines and application portals can be accessed on the Australian Government's GrantConnect website.

For further information and assistance please phone: 1800 006 992, or email: [email protected]


Festivals Australia Funding Program

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development

Closed: 22-Mar-2020, 4:00 pm

Festivals Australia provides funding to support individual art projects at festivals and significant one-off community events, such as a town’s centenary celebration or opening of a new community resource. The aim is to give community members living in regional or remote Australia the chance to participate in or attend an arts experience at a festival, or important one-off community celebration. Regional artists, arts workers, and organizations can apply for arts and cultural projects that encourage community participation and engage people living in regional and remote communities.

There is no limit to the amount of funding that can be applied for (the average funding request is around $40,000). Only one project, per organization, per festival will be funded.                                                The program delivers two funding rounds each year usually opening in February and September. Funding is available for projects commencing from 1 July 2020.

Guidelines

Further application information and guidelines for the QASP are available at:https://www.arts.gov.au/funding-and-support/festivals-australia

How to Apply:

  • Carefully read program guidelines in conjunction with the application form;
  • Complete a work plan and a detailed project budget;
  • Provide confirmation of artist participation for each of the participating artists and evidence of community support for the project;
  • Make sure you complete the application: incomplete applications are not considered;
  • Keep it short: only the first 10 pages of an application’s support material are assessed.

Application forms for current rounds can be accessed at: https://arts.smartygrants.com.au/FAFeb2020


Indigenous Languages and Arts Program

Focus: The Indigenous Languages and Arts program (the Program) is part of a suite of programs under the Australian Government’s commitment to Arts and Cultural Development. The Arts and Cultural Development objective is to support and promote participation in, and access to, Australia’s arts and culture, including by supporting excellence in the arts, supporting indigenous arts, cultures and languages, and protecting Australia’s movable cultural heritage.

Amount: Up to $100,000 (total pool of $8,000,000)

Guidelines

Apply Now

Currently closed.


Playing Travel Grant 

Focus: In association with Arts Centre Melbourne, Playking Foundation supports Australian performing arts professionals develop creative collaborations with artists, producers and presenters from across the Asian region through the Playking Travel Grant initiative. Grants are awarded on a competitive basis with priority given to professional artists of distinctive talent and proven capacity who are proposing original, high quality and new creative collaborations which:

  • bridge cultural divides through artistic practice
  • are intended to result in a performance outcome in Australia and/or Asia in the foreseeable future
  • profile a diversity of artists, cultures and creative outcomes

Amount: $5000 to $8000

Guidelines

Apply Now

Currently closed.


ARTS QLD Organisations Fund 2021-2025

Arts Queensland, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closed: Expressions of Interest (EOI) Due 22 February 2021

The Organisations Fund 2022 – 2025 is a key part of Queensland Government investment in the arts and cultural sector. The fund aims to support a diverse portfolio of arts and cultural organisations that demonstrate a critical role in contributing to Queensland’s arts sector. Through this program, Arts Queensland provides the foundational investment that enables key companies across the State to deliver artistic outcomes, employ creative and cultural workers, and engage communities to deliver on the priorities described in Creative Together 2020 -2030.

The program provides flexible funding across two distinct funding bands, as it  seeks to invest in a range of arts organisation types, including service organisations, peak bodies, presenting or producing organisations, and festivals:

Band 1: from $60,000 up to $100,000 per annum (for small or emerging organisations)

  • Organisations supported under Band 1 may be more experimental or innovative in scope or delivery model, and can include a range of legally constituted companies.
  • Funding provided under Band 1 seeks to support both emerging organisations and those that are new to multi-year funding.

Band 2: from $100,000 upwards (for not-for-profit arts and cultural organisations)

  • Funding provided under Band 2 will support established or larger scale organisations that can demonstrate a strong capacity to deliver against a strategic plan, a substantial program of activity including developing new works, and meet a number of Queensland Government priorities.

Guidelines

Please refer to the Organisations Fund Publications and Resources to assist with preparing your application.

Applications

Please visit SmartyGrants to apply.

Further information is available from Arts Investment Officers by phone on: (07) 3034 4016, 1800 175 531 (toll free), or email: [email protected].


Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Grants 2021-2022

Arts Queensland, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closed: 28 February 2021

The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) promotes the role and value of arts, culture and heritage as key drivers of diverse, inclusive communities and strong regions.  RADF invests in local arts and cultural priorities, as determined by local council communities across Queensland. The Queensland Government, through Arts Queensland, provides RADF funding to councils in 2021 - 2022. Councils also provide financial and in-kind support to RADF delivery as local projects and initiatives. 

Grants are available to local artists, organizations, or creative businesses in regional locations. RADF funding is a flexible, enabling local Councils to tailor RADF programs to suit the needs of their communities.

RADF does not operate in the Brisbane City Council area or in Indigenous Council areas. Applicants in the Brisbane City Council area are encouraged to apply through the Creative Sparks funding program. Applicants in an Indigenous Council area are encouraged to apply through the Indigenous Regional Arts Development Fund

Guidelines and Applications

The following documents are available to assist with preparation in each regional council area:

•    Guidelines - PDF (407.25 KB) and Word (1.97 MB)
•    Frequently Asked Questions - PDF (272.09 KB) and Word (1.08 MB)
•    Tips for Council Areas - PDF (783.38 KB) and Word (1.98 MB)
•    Funding Acknowledgement Kit - Word (DOCX) (979.96 KB)
•    Important Information for Applicants

For more information please contact your local council.

Expression of Interest Closing Dates 2021-2022:

28 February for projects commencing after 1 May 2021

30 June for projects commencing after 1 September 2021

1 October for projects commencing after 1 February 2022


 

ARTS QLD Individuals Fund

Arts QLD, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closing: Midnight, 28 March 2021

The Individuals Fund makes financial support available for Queensland-based artists and art workers to gain professional and career development opportunities. Grants of up to $7,000 may be applied for, including up to $1,000 for equipment purchases directly related to the creation and delivery of the funded project.

Objectives of the fund are to:

  • Propel careers to the next level of professionalism
  • Fast track development of talent and leadership
  • Develop new markets and new audiences for new work
  • Offer significant and inspirational opportunities for professional development and to expand industry networks.
  • Digital adaptation for delivery of works
  • Creative developments
  • Small project activities.

Guidelines

Read the Individuals Fund documents pack: including Guidelines, Application Form, Terms of Funding, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), and Important Information for Applicants.

For further information please contact an Arts Investment Officer on (07) 3034 4016, 1800 175 531 (toll free), or [email protected].

Applications

Apply online through the SmartyGrants platform. This is Arts Queensland’s preferred method for receiving application forms and outcome reports for our funding programs.

If circumstances prevent you from providing your application or outcome report in this format, please contact an Arts Investment Officer on (07) 3034 4016 or toll free 1800 175 531, or email [email protected].


Queensland Arts Showcase Program (QASP)

Arts QLD, QLD Department of Environment & Science

Closed: Round 4- 30 May 2021

The Queensland Arts Showcase Program (QASP) supports vibrant and accessible arts and cultural experiences for Queensland by individuals, organisations or collectives. The program is delivered through three funding streams- Arts Accelerate, Arts Activate and Arts Advantage. QASP provides up-front, one-off grants of up to $30,000 (sole-funding) and up to $60,000 (co-funding).

The program invests in:

  • the development and growth of a vibrant and accessible arts and cultural sector in Queensland
  • strengthening the Queensland arts and cultural sector’s connection with new audiences
  • supporting artistic and non-artistic collaborations to develop innovative and quality arts and cultural experiences
  • strengthening professional development and the creation of employment and training opportunities for Queensland’s small to medium arts and cultural sector.

Guidelines

Further information and guidelines for the QASP are available atQASP- Publications and Resources

Applications

Application forms for current rounds can be accessed at: Arts Queensland- SmartyGrants

Further assistance is available from the Arts Queensland Office on (07) 3034 4016, or toll free 1800 175 531; or: [email protected].


Brisbane Portrait Prize

Queensland Portrait Prize in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse

Closed: 15 August 2021

Focus: The Brisbane Portrait Prize is all about celebrating Brisbane portrait artists and their sitters, while encouraging public engagement with the arts.  Any artist with a connection to Brisbane is eligible to enter. The sitter must also have a connection with Brisbane. 

Amount: $87,000 is available in prizes.

In 2021 the prize will consist of two key competitions:

The Main Competition – Entrants 18 and over
The Next Gen Prize – Entrants 18 and under 

Information about the prizes on offer and key dates can be found below. Further information for artists can be accessed via these pages:

Australia Council for the Arts

Closed: 7 September 2021

Please note- Funding and dates for current rounds are under review due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. For further information please contact the  Australia Council Artists Services team at: [email protected], or (toll free) 1800 226 912.

Focus: Career Development Grants aim to assist individual artists, arts workers, or groups of artists by providing support to further develop skills and improve capacity to build an enduring career in the arts. These grants can support a broad range of activities, such as skills and professional development, showcases and other projects directly related to career development. Grants of $10,000 to $50,000 are available for application. Supported activities must last no longer than two years from the proposed start date.

Guidelines

To apply you must be registered in the application management system a minimum of two business days prior to the closing date. Projects must take into account the latest advice regarding COVID-19.

Applications

For further assistance and advice from the Australia Council for the Arts, please contact 02 9215 9000,  1800 226 912 (toll-free), or [email protected] 

The following round to September 2021 will close 1 March 2022, 3pm (for projects beginning after 1 June 2022).


Copyright Agency

Closed: 13 September 2021

The Copyright Agency’s Create Grants offer opportunities for mid-career and established creative writers and visual artists to create and develop new work. The grants provide a living allowance to a writer or a visual artist to develop a new work for publication or exhibition. Funding amounts of $10,000, $15,000 or $20,000 are available.

Please visit the Projects Supported for Individuals page for a full list of what the Cultural Fund will and will not support.

Create Grants do not support academics to create work aimed specifically at the scholarly or academic market.

Projects should span up to twelve months.

Applications are assessed by a panel of independent peers from the writing, publishing and visual arts sectors.

These grants will support projects to start after November 2021.

Guidelines

Please review the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund's Create Grant Guidelines before submitting an application.

Further details are available through the Frequently Asked Questions page.

For queries about the guidelines, deadlines, or questions in the form, please contact: [email protected]

Applications

Applications can be accessed at: Copyright Agency Cultural Fund's Create Grant 2021.


 

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