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:
- Developing regional skills
- Building community cultural capacity
- Cultural tourism
- Contemporary collections/stories
- Regional partnerships
- Concept development
Grant Writing Workshop
Grant writing: A practical approach
Saturday 2 August, 2pm – 4pm
Three speakers provide a practical insight into the type of grants available and how to put together a winning grant application. Logan community artworker Sherry Austin will talk about researching and writing grants for her organisation Logan West Community ArtShare Alliance, Inc.
Artist, educator and consultant Elizabeth Woods has applied for and been successful in receiving arts grants from local, state and federal government to support the project Homesickness. Find out how she did it.
Grant Support Officer Linda Dreghorn will outline the arts grants available through Arts Queensland and other opportunities and support for artworkers.
Places are limited so booking is essential by Wednesday 30 July on 3412 5519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
All applicants are required to meet with the RADF Liaison Officer prior to submitting their application and contact details.
Documentation available in PDF format:
- Logan RADF Local Guidelines (PDF 21 KB)
- Cultural Development Policy (PDF 169 KB)
- Guidelines - Applicants (PDF 218 KB)
- Application Form (PDF 176 KB)
- Category 1 Application Form (PDF 108 KB)
- Eligibility Checklist for Professional and Emerging Professional Artists (PDF 36 KB)
- How to complete a RADF Budget Sheet - Fact Sheet (PDF 50 KB)
- Outcome Report (PDF 89 KB)
- Category 1 Outcome Report (PDF 72 KB)
- How to Acknowledge RADF (PDF 24 KB)
For the Microsoft Word version of these documents please visit the Arts Queensland website.
Applicants are encouraged to have an ABN. Applicants without an ABN must be auspiced by an incorporated organisation or individual with and ABN (known as the auspice body) who manages the grant on behalf of the applicant.
To discuss your application or to obtain an application kit please contact Council's RADF Liaison Officer on 07 3412 5426 or email email@example.com. Please send your application forms to Council.
Aldwyn (Alvin) Rostant
Alvin Rostant received RADF funding in Round 31 October 2012 to create a DVD to accompany his original song Rise above it which celebrated how positive thinking triumphs over adversity in Logan.
Roushini Devi received funding in Round 32 March 2013. Her concept was to collaborate with local multicultural artists and develop inter-cultural fun, interactive, entertaining and educational live performances and workshops in the community.
Beenleigh PCYC received funding in Round 32 March 2013.
Cameron Stelzer received funding in Round 30 March 2012.
Logan West Community Artshare Alliance Inc
Logan West Community Artshare Alliance Inc staged the Logan West Artfest Masterclasses - five Masterclass Workshops for artists in Logan aimed at enhancing skills and developing arts practices.
Karin received a 'Quick Response' grant in May 2013.
RADF is a Queensland Government and Logan City partnership to support local arts and culture.