No, you can save your application until you have all your compliant documents, but can only submit once those are uploaded.
No, all applicants have to be submitted through our Grant Management System.
No, all applications have to be submitted within the allocated period.
Yes in Stream 2 geared towards projects, however the average opportunity cost should be kept as a guide and the costs other than direct employment costs should not exceed 50% of the budget.
Yes the opportunity costs have been calculated as an average. It could be a once-off cost or spread over a few months.
Yes, public institutions and agencies of DSAC can apply for projects to Stream 2.
An applicant can apply only once to Stream 1 and twice to Stream 2. Applicants have to provide evidence of being able to manage more than one project.
The maximum amount for project funding is R500 000.00 but it depends on the merit of the project and availability of the funds.
The NAC opens for funding at least twice a year. Please be in the lookout on our website for announcement dates.
The next closing date for applications is stated on the call for applications advert.
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It may cover accommodation subject to budget availability. Priority is given to tuition fees. Students are advised to also look for other sources of funding. There are no limitations to finding other sources of funding for students.
Students may apply directly to the NAC if they are doing post graduate courses.
It takes a minimum of four months to process applications for project funding. The NAC deals with seven art disciplines in each funding session. Applications for local bursaries take at least two and a half months to be processed.
The proposal will be returned to the applicant at their request.
No, the NAC does not fund students at high school level.
The NAC also offers support in the form of arts administration workshops where possible, in addition to advice and referrals.
The arts administration workshops are meant to assist potential applicants in filling in the NAC forms, understanding compliance requirements, understanding the NAC funding criteria and preparing budgets and action plans.
Yes, the NAC can support one event or a programme that runs throughout the year.