The Regional and Remote Touring Fund (RRTF) is part of the State Government’s Royalties for Regions $24 million investment in culture and the arts and is being delivered by the Department of Culture and Arts.
The RRTF aims to:
- Give regional communities a greater influence in selecting shows for their town or community.
- Increase the number and variety of performing arts shows touring to regional communities, resulting in more opportunities to participate in arts activities.
- Provide increased opportunities for local governments to activate venues and spaces.
- Link with other schemes as part of the overall program’s aim to create viable touring circuits that include well-equipped venues in regional centres and smaller towns, helping to build vibrant communities.
The RRTF is a contestable fund that is now open to any WA producer or regional presenter of a ‘tour ready’ performing arts show visiting two or more towns or remote communities.
This includes individual artists; small, medium or major performing arts organisations; regional local government authorities; and Regional Development Commissions.
RRTF is linked to the Regional Venues Improvement Fund and the Venue Programming and Development strategy. The three programs aim to extend the reach of performing arts touring across regional WA.
ALL APPLICANTS: The Department’s Online Grants will be upgraded in January and February 2017.
You will be unable to start a new application or edit existing applications in Online Grants between 4 pm, 13 January and 6 February 2017 (inclusive). Online Grants will reopen for applications from 7 February.
Applications for activity starting between 24 Feb and 24 March 2017: the latest the applicant can submit their application is 4 pm, 13 January 2017.