Thirroul Music Collective will receive $3,000 in funding through the 2021 Country Arts Support Program.
Regional NSW community arts and cultural organisations will receive grants of up to $5,000 for projects bringing the local cultural sector back to life after a year of bushfires, floods and pandemic.
The Thirroul Music Collective is extremely worthy of this funding and will use it to host the Thirroul Music Festival 2021.
The Thirroul Music Festival 2021 attracts NSW’s best artists to Thirroul for a two-day celebration of folk and country music, across 5 under-utilised and unique music venues.
This is an event music lovers and local business owners can look forward to after such a challenging year.
Grant will benefit both arts organisations and regional communities as the investments builds projects that deliver bigger audiences both locally and from abroad.
The Thirroul Music Collective are among 83 arts and cultural organisations and local collectives sharing in over $260,000 funding primarily supporting professional artists’ fees, travel and accommodation to activate a range of activities.
The 2021 Country Arts Support Program is delivered through Create NSW in partnership with the 14 Regional Arts Development Organisations.