Subsidies from provincial and local authorities
- overview of the subsidy policies of the Ghent Department of Culture
- subsidies for associations (for the advancement of visual arts)
- cultural awards
- lending services: audio-visual and exhibition material, museum material and museum boxes for schools
- official recognition and project subsidies
- cultural awards and visual arts award
- lending services exhibition material, art boxes and audiovisual material
- subsidies for trans-border cultural exchange projects
- subsidies for cultural exchange with Zeeland East-Flanders and West-Flanders
- regulations on subsidies for contemporary art initiatives
- regulations on cultural prizes
- operational subsidies for recognised Limburg museums allocated at a regional level
- project subsidies for recognised Limburg museums
- regulations on operational subsidies for recognised Limburg museums allocated at a regional level
- regulations on project subsidies for recognised Limburg museums
- regulations on subsidies for exceptional cultural initiatives in the province of Limburg
- regulations on subsidies for regional centres for dissemination and production
- regulations on subsidies for exceptional cultural initiatives designed to produce and advance culture within the Limburg provinces.
- regulations on the recognition and subsidising of cultural organisations and institutions in Limburg.
- Regulations on the Visual Arts Prize .
- Museum subsidies : project subsidies for officially recognised museums, project subsidies for non-recognised museums seeking official recognition, operational subsidies for recognised museums.
- subsidising of cultural organisations in the art, applied art, photography and film sectors at levels higher than the local.
- Project subsidies: the projects of recognised museums may be subsidised by the provincial authorities. Museums seeking official recognition may also submit projects.
- 'Kunst op Komst ' competition in which local authorities in Flemish Brabant compete to obtain a work of art by an artist in the province/provided by the provincial authorities.
- Provincial Art Prize: the aim of this biennial prize is to support and stimulate contemporary art in Flemish Brabant, to acknowledge the value of major projects by artists and make them more widely known. The prize is 5,000 euro.