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Multi-year Operations


Overview

2013 and 2013-14 Multi-year Operations Funding Recipients

Future funding through the Multi-year Operations category is no longer available.

Organisations currently funded through the Multi-year Operations category up to 31 December 2013 (calendar year organisations) or up to 30 June 2014 (financial year organisations), can access all relevant reporting materials and resources in this section.

Organisations that wish to apply for funding beyond the end of their current agreement will need to refer to the new Organisations Investment Program.

How to Apply

Future funding through the Multi-year Operations category is no longer available.

Organisations currently funded through the Multi-year Operations category up to 31 December 2013 (calendar year organisations) or up to 30 June 2014 (financial year organisations), can access all relevant reporting materials and resources in this section.

For information on the former Multi-year Operations category please download the 2011 application guidelines. These old guidelines are provided for information purposes only. Download the Guidelines and Contact Summary Form.

Organisations that wish to apply for funding beyond the end of their current agreement, will need to refer to the new Organisations Investment Program.

Assessment

Future funding through the Multi-year Operations category is no longer available.

Organisations currently funded through the Multi-year Operations category up to 31 December 2013 (calendar year organisations) or up to 30 June 2014 (financial year organisations), can access all relevant reporting materials and resources in this section.

For information on the former Multi-year Operations category please download the 2011 application guidelines. These old guidelines are provided for information purposes only. Download the Guidelines and Contact Summary Form.

Organisations that wish to apply for funding beyond the end of their current agreement, will need to refer to the new Organisations Investment Program.

Responsibilities

Organisations in receipt of Multi-year Operations funding are required to:

  • Enter into a funding and performance agreement with Arts Victoria.
  • Notify Arts Victoria of any changes to the organisation and proposed program, and any arising issues.
  • Publicly acknowledge the support of the Victorian Government using specific logos and text.
  • Adhere to the Arts Victoria Communication and Media Protocols.
  • Report annual statistical information through the Victorian Arts Industry Checklist.

Funding and Performance Agreement

The purpose of this agreement is to establish:

  • The performance expectations between Arts Victoria and the organisation.
  • The method of reporting those expectations.
  • The level of funding provided to meet those expectations.

All agreements under the Multi-Year Operations category are subject to half-yearly and end of year reporting.

Logos and Text Acknowledgement

Logos

The Arts Victoria logo device must be included on all promotional materials produced by the grant recipient in relation to the funded activity.

Arts Victoria logo device

These may include (but are not restricted to):

  • Posters, fliers and brochures
  • Advertisements
  • Invitations
  • Information and education kits
  • Signage
  • Programs and catalogues
  • Websites.

The size and position of the logo should be commensurate with the level of funding provided by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria in relation to other supporters.

The Arts Victoria logo device is available in a variety of formats, please take note of the guidelines for its use.

Logo for Literature Organisations or Projects

In 2008, Melbourne was officially designated a UNESCO City of Literature. All literature projects or organisations receiving Arts Victoria funding should be branded under the initiative by using the UNESCO Melbourne City of Literature logo devlce on all marketing and promotional materials. This should be used in addition to the standard logo and acknowledgements outlined above.

UNESCO Melbourne City of Literature logo

The UNESCO Melbourne City of Literature logo device is available in a variety of formats, please take note of the guidelines for its use.

Text Acknowledgement

The following text acknowledgement should be use in any speeches, media releases, interviews and other circumstances where a logo may not be possible:
[This organisation is] supported by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria

Victorian Arts Industry Checklist

All organisations funded through this category must report annually through the Victorian Arts Industry Checklist. The Checklist is Arts Victoria's statistical database that collects and records information from recurrently funded organisations on employment, financials, attendances, events, volunteer and member involvement, programming and more.

The data is used to analyse an organisation's performance over time, and to monitor overall industry and sector trends.

Aggregate Checklist data is published in the Research and Resources section of this website.

Contact

Future funding through the Multi-year Operations category is no longer available.

Organisations currently funded through the Multi-year Operations category up to 31 December 2013 (calendar year organisations) or up to 30 June 2014 (financial year organisations), can access all relevant reporting materials and resources in this section.

Organisations that wish to apply for funding beyond the end of their current agreement, will need to refer to the new Organisations Investment Program.

Organisations currently in receipt of Multi-year Operations funding should contact their client officer with any questions.

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