Regional Arts Development Fund
The purpose of the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) program is to support professional and emerging professional artists and arts workers to practise their art, for and with communities, resulting in mutual development of the professional artists/arts workers and communities in Logan.
Arts professionals from all art forms including dance, music, design, museum and cultural heritage, new media, visual arts, writing and theatre are encouraged to apply.
RADF is not intended to be used as the main income source for any professional artist or arts worker or for recurrent funding of projects or organisations.
RADF provides opportunities for artists and arts practitioners based in Logan to develop their careers through project based funding in the categories of:
- Skills development
- Cultural tourism/creative projects
- Regional partnerships
- Strategic initiatives (Council only applications)
Individuals, groups and organisations can apply for grants up to a maximum of $8,000. All applicants are required to have an active Australian Business Number and must contact the RADF Liaison Officer prior to submitting their grant application.
How to apply
Before applying you must read the RADF Guidelines for Applicants (PDF 4805 KB) and the Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy 2014-17 (PDF 9737 KB).
All applications are to be submitted online. The online application form will be available between the opening and closing dates for each funding round. Once you click the 'apply' button you will be prompted to create a log in.
Within your application you will need to provide supporting documentation and complete a budget. The following sample budget (PDF 120 KB) is provided to assist you with your application.
Please contact the RADF Liaison Officer for information on the next round of RADF grants or other funding opportunities on (07) 3412 5426 or email email@example.com.
The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Logan City Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.