$500,000 in grants to help SA Fringe artists mount 2021 shows

Adelaide Fringe director Heather Croall, right, with its 2021 poster design winner Polina Tsymbal. Picture: Tom Huntley

The grants, which will be in particular person amounts of $5000 or $ten,000, have been produced possible by the Department of Premier and Cabinet via Arts SA.

Fringe director Heather Croall stated the grants would assist artists and producers to rebuild from the effects of COVID-19 and minimize the economical risks of developing and presenting work next year.

“Adelaide Fringe is so critical for artists, audiences and firms of SA,” Ms Croall stated.

“These grants will help to be certain that we can supply a COVID-risk-free competition in these pretty unsure instances.

“The ecosystem of Fringe generates alternatives for quite a few across Adelaide and SA, and these grants will help preserve Fringe strong for 2021 and past.”

Premier Steven Marshall stated the Fringe generates hundreds of jobs and generates considerable economic expenditure across the condition.

“It has been a difficult year for all of our artists, and we glance forward to looking at fantastic demonstrates across the Fringe landscape in quite a few city, suburban and regional venues,” Mr Marshall stated.

Grant programs for SA artists and producers near on Oct 21. Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis right until cash are exhausted.

Artist registrations for the Fringe, which runs from February 19 to March 21, near on November four.

Grant programs and artist registrations at adelaidefringe.com.au