This program aims to develop the capacity of young Tasmanian Aboriginal artists (aged 25 years and under) to develop their artistic and professional skills.
This program seeks to support individual artists working in any artform to undertake self-directed residencies and professional development opportunities overseas.
This program seeks to increase the number of apprentices and trainees employed across a range of industries.
This program seeks to support discrete promotional activities involving partnerships of Burnie businesses during the 2018-19 Financial Year.
This program aims to respond to unique arts opportunities that present at short notice.
This program seeks to assist emerging or returning artists to purchase equipment or materials.
This program is targeting small to medium Tasmanian businesses (less than 200 full time equivalent employees) to participate in a facilitated action learning program, commencing in early 2019.
This program aims to provide opportunity for the tourism industry to enhance their knowledge and skills in digital marketing to drive sustainable growth for the Cradle Coast region.
This program seeks to provide support to significant participatory events that return substantial economic benefits for the State.
This program aims to provide confidential and independent counsel to primary producers, fishermen and small rural businesses that are suffering financial hardship, and that have no alternative sources of impartial support.
This program aims to ensure that the Tasmanian community has a sustainable and highly skilled, innovative, safe and healthy building and construction workforce.
This program seeks to support projects that advance the government's Agrivision 2050 plan which aims to increase the value of the agriculture and agri-food sectors in Tasmania.
This program seeks to provide financial assistance to tourist accommodation operators who own a commercial tourist accommodation business in Tasmanian for projects that will improve and upgrade existing accommodation facilities and increase the standard of accommodation offering and service in regions where demand exceeds supply.
This program aims to boost the development of interactive screen content from Tasmanians, in order to support innovation and creativity across the State.
This program aims to increase workforce participation and maximise the availability of appropriately skilled workers to meet current and forecast workforce needs.
This program aims to build a sustained investment partnership model between government and industry to support the region and create economic activity and new employment opportunities for local communities, and the wider West Coast community.
This program aims to improve the literacy and numeracy levels of adult Tasmanians.
This program aims to support the development of linear Tasmanian screen content that results in increased local screen creativity and production.
This program aims to increase winter events in regional Tasmania, prompting an increase in visitor numbers and local community engagement through the non-peak tourist season.
This program aims to provide community groups and organisations with council resources for community-driven projects that enhance and strengthen the Dorset community.