ACUADS' Quick Small Grants are open again.
Funds are available for initiatives of relevance and significance to art and design tertiary education. Up to five grants, of $1000-5000, may be awarded per year on a strictly one-off basis.
Applications close Monday 7 November.
As part of ACUADS’ commitment to the art and design education sector, funding is currently available for initiatives of relevance and significance to our field.
Funding is intended for initiatives that are nationally accessible. This includes journals, research tools, online databases, etc.
Funding is particularly suited to ongoing initiatives that have experienced a gap in funding.
Cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional applications are encouraged.
Funding is not intended for individuals or local events.
Up to five grants, of $1000-5000, may be awarded per year on a strictly one-off basis.
Applications should include:
A concise outline of the organisation and project (approx. 250 words each);
A project rationale, with attention to the value to the sector (250–500 words);
A justification of costs (approx. 250 words); and
A budget (less than 1 page)
Please submit applications to firstname.lastname@example.org in one pdf document.
All applications will be assessed by the ACUADS Executive and decisions will be relayed within four weeks. Successful applicants will be paid on receipt of an invoice.
ACUADS Award Recipients
Congratulations to the recipients of ACUADS 2016 Annual Awards. Awardees, nominated by their Head of School, each received $500, a commemorative pin and a citation at our annual awards ceremony.
Innovative Research Award, Elvis Richardson, ACU
Distinguished Teaching Award, Gilbert Riedelbauch, ANU
Distinguished Research Award, Lesley Duxbury, RMIT
Lifelong Fellowship Award, Kay Lawrence, UniSA