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05 August 2020
A Natimuk artist and creative business is among people and groups across the state to receive State Government funding to help them keep working and stay creative throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Labor Member for Western Victoria Jaala Pulford said a $4600 Sustaining Creative Workers grant to Hannah French would support Rainbow Serpent Festival.
The grant is to undertake skills development in animation and projection to support ongoing creative and teaching practices.
The Sustaining Creative Workers program provides targeted quick-response help to creative-worker Victorians hard-hit by the crisis.
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A second tranche of the program provides grants totalling $2.3-million to 373 independent creative workers and micro-businesses and organisations across Victoria.
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