Come along to a webinar information session to learn more about the Regional Collections Access Program.
The Regional Collections Access Program (RCAP) is a new program to enable equipment and infrastructure upgrades at galleries and museums. The Program will support collections care and storage and facilitate the loaning and touring of collections items from Local, State, National and International lending institutions in regional and Interface Local Government Areas (LGAs). The Program aims to enable more visitors to access more collections in more locations across Victoria. For more information about the program, please visit the RCAP Program page.
In this hour-long information session, we will cover the Program’s objectives, eligibility requirements, funding Tiers, the types of projects supported by the program, and introduce you to the Program contacts. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions about the Program.
To make the most of the session, we recommend reading the Program Guidelines and common FAQs before attending.
This session is hosted jointly by AMaGA Victoria and the Public Galleries Association Victoria (PGAV). RCAP is administered by Regional Arts Victoria in partnership with Creative Victoria, AMaGA Victoria, PGAV and the National Gallery of Victoria.
RCAP is administered through Regional Arts Victoria working in partnership with Creative Victoria, Australian Museums and Galleries Association Victoria (AMaGA Victoria), Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV).
Image: Installation view, Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery, 2021. Image courtesy of Bendigo Art Gallery.
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