Regional Arts Victoria will deliver the program, in partnership with Bushfire Recovery Victoria, Regional Development Victoria and Creative Victoria.
It will back tourism-boosting projects and events, support creative businesses to bounce back and fund two new on-the-ground roles to support and train local creatives.
Recruitment is under way for Creative Recovery Officer roles, to be based in the North East.
The officers will work shoulder-to-shoulder with local creatives and community members to identify potential projects, develop grant applications and build connections to help get projects off the ground.
Later this month, applications will open for the Creative Recovery grants which will support the development of creative projects to assist in the social and economic recovery of impacted communities.
The grants will also offer practical assistance for local creatives including the replacement of lost tools and equipment, payment of rent for workspaces, and professional and business development.
The Public Galleries Association of Victoria will also work with galleries in Wangaratta to deliver public programs that support recovery.
This announcement comes along with the $10,000 Small Business Bushfire Recovery Grants.