Applications for the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Round 1 are open to individuals, groups and organisations involved in the Central Highlands arts and cultural sector.
A total of $66,167 funding is available to support local talent with $39,500 in Arts Queensland funding and $26,667 funding from CHRC.
Apply now for your chance to secure RADF support in the following categories:
- Community consultation, arts strategy and policy development
- Skills development workshops
- Artists participating in professional or career development activity
- Cultural tourism
- Creative development of new work (concept development)
- Events and festivals
- Exhibitions and collections
- Conferences and training sessions delivered for artists and cultural workers.
CHRC Mayor Kerry Hayes said RADF is delivered as a partnership between the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and eligible local councils across the states.
‘RADF is a flexible fund, enabling CHRC and other local councils to tailor RADF programs to suit the needs of their communities,’ Mr Hayes said.
‘Through RADF, CHRC aims to support a diverse economy stimulating local artists through arts and cultural activity and support creative recovery and community social/emotional wellbeing.
‘The Central Highlands is home to many talented and emerging artists as well as a host of vibrant organisations and community groups who all contribute to our rich culture and I encourage individuals and groups to apply for funding to help bring their wonderful ideas to fruition.’
To apply, download the application form and submit it by Friday 13 November 2020.
The Central Highlands Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee (CHACAC) will assess applications by Friday 20 November 2020.
Find out more at https://www.chrc.qld.gov.au/radf