As part of RMIT Link's Performing Arts Club (PAC), we have allocated funds ($5000) for the creation and development of student projects and works. This can include anything that can be considered to have a performance outcome - theatre, performance art, comedy, magic, music, film etc. Upstaged Funding can be used for specific professional development or for projects aiming to make your campus more creative. Open to all RMIT students, the Upstaged Funding program facilitates projects that are non-study based.
PAC will allocate the funds in $500 allotments throughout the year until they are exhausted.
We are here to help you develop your ideas and make these projects come to life on campus.
Any questions or to discuss your project, email email@example.com
Application form link: https://rmitlink.rmit.edu.au/Clubs/PAC/Forms/482
(it is advised that you complete all of your answers in a word/notes document and then copy and paste them in, so as not to lose work if the page times out)
Application Guide (PDF, 105kb)
RMIT Link Arts and Culture Budget Template (xls, 486kb)
Application Checklist (PDF, 106kb)
Previously funded projects:
Becoming (again and again) (2017) - Zoë Bastin $500 - in collaboration with Lydia Connolly-Hiatt at Testing Grounds
Super Woman Money Program (2017) - Elizabeth Davie - $500 - as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival
Bricolage Show (2016) - Mark J Wilson - $500
Mercury Boy & F*ggot Girl (2016) - Yuki Iwama - $500