Please note: applications are currently open until Monday, 27 May 2019.
The Viva Cribb Bursary Program provides funding to an individual or non-profit group to assist with the costs related to a project that documents, records or publishes a significant aspect of the local history of Ipswich. The bursary is named in honour of Viva Cribb, who demonstrated a dedication to the preservation of the history of Ipswich. The bursary aims to foster an appreciation of the city's local history and heritage by encouraging individuals to document issues of historical significance to Ipswich and make this information accessible to the community.
One funding level is provided within the program:
The 2019/20 funding round opens on Monday, 15 April 2019 and closes on Monday, 27 May 2019.
For more information contact the Picture Ipswich Digital Archivist on 3810 7272.
Funding applications are open to individuals aged 18 years or over participating in a not-for-profit capacity, as well as not-for-profit community groups.
Projects funded by the program may include:
· Projects must cover a topic of local/historical significance to Ipswich in one of the below areas:
All bursary funds must be fully acquitted within 12 months and all successful bursary recipients will be required to complete an acquittal form and provide relevant receipts to clearly identify project expenditure.
Applications close at 4.30 pm on Monday, 27 May 2019
For further information contact the Library Communications Project Officer on (07) 3810 7272 or LibPictureIpswich@Ipswich.qld.gov.au
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