Digital Adaptation Program

As a result of COVID-19, the ability of artists and organisations to publicly showcase their work, and derive revenue has been significantly impacted. The purpose of this program is to help establish an online presence, including the capacity to develop online content, establish e-commerce platforms, ensure business continuity and allow for remote operations.

Funding available

$200,000 in funding is available.

Up to $10,000 per applicant.

Priority will be given to supporting independent artists and arts workers who have experienced significant loss of income and capacity as a result of COVID-19.

Primary grant objectives

  • support arts business continuity, innovative and sustainable arts practice through on-line content and platforms
  • enable artists and organisations to explore new ways to engage with communities and showcase their work
  • increase the skills, knowledge and capacity of artists, arts workers and arts organisations.

Key dates

Applications will open on 7 April 2020 and close on 17 April 2020.


You should read the guidelines before applying.

Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program guidelines PDF (952.1 KB)
Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program guidelines DOCX (281.5 KB)

How to apply

You should apply online at the GrantsNT website.

Last updated: 07 April 2020

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