The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) provides funding for projects that promote and develop arts, culture and heritage in the Moreton Bay Region. RADF is delivered as a partnership between the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Moreton Bay Regional Council.
|Round||Opening date||Closing date|
|1||1 July||31 August|
|2||1 February||31 March|
|Developing Creative Skills “Out of Round” – all year round.||Applications may be submitted anytime||Not applicable|
Individual applicants must be either an Established Artist or an Emerging Artist. Groups and organisations must be a not-for-profit organisation or a company limited by guarantee that has been endorsed by the Australian Tax Office as a charity, tax exempt fund or deductible gift recipient. Unincorporated groups are eligible to apply, providing that their application is made through an eligible organisation acting as an auspice. For further information on eligibility criteria please view the RADF Funding Guidelines.
Developing Creative Skills
To support the professional development of individual creative practitioners, and projects that provide opportunities for community groups and residents of the Moreton Bay region to engage in skills development activities.
To support creative projects and activities that reflect the cultural vitality of the Moreton Bay region and deliver tangible benefits to the region’s economy, visitation, and profile.
Collections & Stories
To support projects that preserve and provide access to historic and contemporary collections, and/or collect and tell stories from the past and the present.
Creative Concept Development
To support the research and development of creative project ideas. At the conclusion of the creative concept development phase, project ideas will be ready for realisation and implementation.
Interest Free Arts Loan
To deliver arts and cultural events that celebrate the cultural vitality of the Moreton Bay region and deliver tangible benefits to the region’s economy, visitation, and profile.
The RADF Out of Rounds – Developing Creative Skills category provides funding for individual professional development opportunities that unexpectedly become available outside of the standard funding round
Regional Arts Development Fund drop-in sessions will be held throughout the region to promote the opening of the new grant round and to provide information to prospective applicants.
|Tuesday, 30 January 2018||2.00pm – 4.00pm||Volunteer Hub, the Old Fire Station Redcliffe||Book now|
|Wednesday, 31 January 2018||10.00am – 12.00noon||The Hub, Caboolture||Book now|
|Thursday, 1 February 2018||10.00am – 12.00noon||Deception Bay Library||Book now|
|Friday, 2 February 2018||10.00am – 12.00noon||Boardroom, The Corso, North Lakes||Book now|
|Tuesday, 6 February 2018||10.00am – 12.00noon||Woodford Library||Book now|
|Wednesday, 7 February 2018||10.00am – 12.00noon||Arana Hills Library||Book now|
|Thursday, 8 February 2018||10.00am – 12.00noon||Bribie Island Library||Book now|
Prospective applicants are encouraged to read the Regional Arts Development Fund Guidelines before the session and to come prepared to discuss their project idea.
To access a wide range of resources and information specifically designed to support individual artists and organisations visit Arts Queensland’s Arts Acumen website and Making Art With Communities work guide.
View a list of previously funded RADF applicants.
For more information, and before you commence your application, please contact Council’s Community Grants Team on (07) 3205 0555 or email email@example.com