Councillor Peter Hodge from Tablelands Regional Council is proud to announce that another round of Regional Arts Development Funding (RADF) has opened.
‘Round 26 is now open to individuals, groups and organisations to apply for up to $5000 for a project.
‘The funding supports a wide range of arts and cultural projects, including heritage and cultural tourism, enabling professional and emerging artists living in our region to receive support for a wide range of arts and cultural projects.
‘It’s a very successful program that has provided many opportunities to our community.
‘Details about the grant and application information are available on our website and at customer service centres.
‘You need to contact our Regional Arts Officer before you start your application and then ensure your application is received by 12 April 2021.
‘Remember we also have four types of quick response grants that are perpetual, as long as applications are received at least six weeks beforehand.
‘These include $1000 funding for training and professional development opportunities, and small-scale community projects up to $1000.
‘Up to $2000 is available for professional development outside Queensland.
‘We’ve also introduced a resources grant so artists can buy art materials, and create catalogues and promotional products,” said Councillor Hodge.
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Tablelands Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.