Council Rebates

Each year several local councils support artists and venues participating in SALA by subsiding partial or whole registration fees. This scheme acknowledges the role that artists and local venues play in the cultural life of the council area. If your council has not listed a rebate offer, please contact them directly to enquire whether they can offer this service.  

Supporting councils

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is once again supporting artists to participate in the 2021 South Australian Living Artists Festival within our creative City.

Artists who have arranged their own exhibition or are participating in an open studio event are invited to claim a reimbursement of the SALA registration fee of up to $125.

To claim a reimbursement of your SALA registration fee please forward details of your exhibition or participation details, along with a copy of your SALA receipt to the Council via email to: events@npsp.sa.gov.au 

Requests for support close Monday 10 May. For more information, contact the Council on 08 8366 4555.

The City of Charles Sturt has established an artist registration subsidy scheme for artists exhibiting in the City of Charles Sturt area. This scheme acknowledges the role that artists and local venues play in the cultural life of the council area. Subsidies of up to $125 are available to assist individuals and groups with the cost of registering for the SALA Festival.

Subsidies will be provided to artists who are:

  • artists exhibiting within the City of Charles Sturt

Subsidies will only be provided for costs associated with registrations for SALA Festival. Multiple applications may be considered. 

The closing date for applications will be 14 May 2021. Exact allocation of subsidies will be dependent upon the number of applications received, the total grant pool is $3,000.

To apply for the SALA Subsidy artists must:

  • Register for SALA via their online form, by the SALA deadline (10 May 2021);
  • Pay the relevant fee to SALA;
  • Complete and email the ‘Application for Reimbursement’ form. Applications must include a copy of the SALA registration receipt.


See more information here
https://www.charlessturt.sa.gov.au/community/arts,-culture-and-history/artist-opportunities

Applications will be dated in order of receipt, and no correspondence will be entered into.

The City of Charles Sturt is proud to support SALA Festival and acknowledges that the Festival fosters creativity, cultural and artistic events and activities.

The City of Unley has established an artist registration subsidy scheme for artists exhibiting in the City of Unley area. This scheme acknowledges the role that artists and local venues play in the cultural life of the council area. Subsidies of up to $125 are available to assist individuals and groups with the cost of registering for the SALA Festival.

Subsidies will be provided to artists who are:

  • residents of the City of Unley who are exhibiting either in or outside of the Council area
  • artists exhibiting within the City of Unley

Subsidies will only be provided for costs associated with registrations for SALA. Multiple applications may be considered. 

The closing date for applications will be 14 May 2021. Exact allocation of subsidies will be dependent upon the number of applications received.

Applications can be made in writing to:

Matthew Ives, Cultural Development Coordinator 

PO Box 1 

Unley SA 5061 

Or mives@unley.sa.gov.au with a copy of the SALA registration receipt. See more information here:

www.unley.sa.gov.au  

The City of Marion is continuing its involvement with the SALA Festival by supporting and promoting emerging and professional artists involved in the annual event. Council is supporting local artists taking part in the Festival by subsidising artist registrations with a $125 capped rebate. Artists who do not reside within Marion but who wish to register an exhibition in the Council area are also eligible to claim the rebate. “The City of Marion” must be included under ‘Tax Invoice Information’ on the SALA registration form when completing. 

 

Eligible artists should pay their registration as normal to the SALA office then send a photocopy or electronic copy of their receipt to: 

Vassi Coutsoumbes vassi.coutsoumbes@marion.sa.gov.au  

OR 

245 Sturt Rd, Sturt SA 5047 Further information: 8375 6891

The City of Holdfast Bay would like to support and promote emerging and professional artists exhibiting at venues within Holdfast Bay during the 2021 SALA Festival. Subsidies of $125 are available to assist artists with the cost of SALA registrations. 

  • Subsidies will only be provided for costs associated with registrations for SALA 2021
  • Subsidies are available to any artists exhibiting at local venues within the City of Holdfast Bay 
  • Allocation of subsides will be dependent on the number of applications received 

 

The closing date for subsidy applications will be Thursday 20 May 2021.  

Eligible artists should pay their registration as normal to the SALA office then contact the Arts & Cultural Coordinator via the details below. 

Artists will be notified of refund approval by Monday 31 May 2021. 

For more information please contact:

Jenni Reynolds 

Arts & Cultural Coordinator 

City of Holdfast Bay 

8229 9969 

jreynolds@holdfast.sa.gov.au

 

The City of Burnside is offering artists a SALA registration subsidy.

This scheme acknowledges the role that artists and local venues play in the cultural life of the council area. Subsidies of up to $125 are available to assist individuals and groups with the cost of registering for the SALA Festival.  

Subsidies will be provided to artists who are: 

  • residents of the City of Burnside who are exhibiting either in or outside of the Council area. 
  • Artists exhibiting within City of Burnside required to pay a SALA fee direct to SALA (e.g. does not include exhibitions in venues which pay the SALA fee on the artists behalf, such as the Pepper street Arts Centre). 

Subsidies will only be provided for costs associated with registrations for SALA. Exact allocation of subsidies will be dependent upon the number of applications received. 

To apply for the SALA Subsidy artists must:

  • Register for SALA via their online form, by the SALA deadline;
  • Pay the relevant fee to SALA;
  • Fill out the City of Burnside Application (https://bit.ly/3iR9gEN )
  • Include a copy of the SALA registration receipt (must be in the resident’s name).

The closing date for applications will be Monday 17 May 2021.

Applications will be dated in order of receipt, and no correspondence will be entered into.

Burnside council is proud to support SALA Festival and acknowledges that the Festival fosters creativity, cultural and artistic events and activities. Artists receiving subsidies will be requested to display the Burnside Council logo on any printed material acknowledging support.

Applications can be made in writing via the form: 

Exhibitions and Community Arts Officer 

City of Burnside

PO Box 9, Glenside SA 5065

Or communityarts@burnside.sa.gov.au with a copy of the SALA registration receipt. 

Visit our website for more information: www.burnside.sa.gov.au  

 

The Renmark Paringa Council would like to support artists from their council area exhibiting at venues throughout the state during the 2021 SALA Festival. A 50% registration rebate is available to assist artists with the cost of registering for SALA. 

  • Rebates will only be provided for costs associated with registrations for SALA 2021.
  • Rebates are available to any artists living in the Renmark Paringa Council area. 
  • Allocation of rebates will be dependent on the number of applications received. 

 

The closing date for rebate applications will be Thursday 20 May 2021.  

Eligible artists should pay their registration as normal to the SALA office then fill out the Remark Paringa Council Rebate Form and email it to the Community Development Officer via the details below. 

Artists will be notified of refund approval by Monday 31 May 2021. 

For more information please contact:

Emma Warner

Community Development Officer  

Renmark Paringa Council

8580 3000 

ewarner@renmarkparinga.sa.gov.au

City of Adelaide in partnership with the SALA Festival is again offering artists an artist fee subsidy in 2021. This scheme acknowledges the role that artists and local venues play in the cultural life of the council area. Subsidies of $125 (before 5 April)/ $195 (after 5 April) are available to assist individuals and groups with the cost of registering for the SALA Festival.  

Subsidies will be provided to artists who are exhibiting within the City of Adelaide area (and may or may not be residents of the City).

Subsidies will only be provided for costs associated with registrations for SALA. Exact allocation of subsidies will be dependent upon the number of applications received.

Artists must:

  • Register for SALA via the online form by May 10 2021
  • Pay the relevant fee to SALA
  • Fill out the form and  attach a copy of the e-receipt received after payment and return to SALA, via email or post.

 

Multiple applications may be considered. The closing date for applications will be May 17 2021.

Applications will be dated in order of receipt, and no correspondence will be entered into until the closing of applications on May 17. Successful applicants will be advised from May 24 2020. Please see the application form on the SALA website for details.

City of Adelaide is proud to support the SALA Festival and acknowledges that the Festival fosters creativity, cultural and artistic events and activities. Artists receiving subsidies will be requested to display the City of Adelaide logo on any printed material acknowledging the support.