$1.07 million goes to struggling ACT arts organisations 

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The exterior entrance of the Belconnen Arts Centre. Photo: Helen Musa

MORE than $1 million of funding will go to nine ACT arts organisations that have been “significantly impacted” by the coronavirus pandemic. 

Chosen by the ACT government, $1.07 million of government funding will go to, the ACT Writers Centre ($10,032), Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres ($187,777), Ausdance ACT ($63,030), ArtSound FM ($35,000), Belconnen Arts Centre ($550,000), Canberra Potters Society ($80,690), M16 ArtSpace ($31,173), Tuggeranong Arts Centre ($54,105) and Warehouse Circus ($64,765).

Applications are currently open for the next arts activities $5000-$50,000 round. Information via the artsACT website.

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