Regional Arts Development Fund
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) supports the development of arts, culture and heritage in Logan. It is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Logan City Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland. Funds are available to support one-off projects.
Regional Arts Development Fund support is available under the following categories:
- skills development
- cultural tourism / creative projects
- regional partnerships
- strategic initiatives (Council only applications).
We encourage professionals from all art forms to apply, including dance, music, design, new media, visual arts, writing, and theatre as well as museum and cultural heritage.
|Type of grant||Amount|
|For all categories||Up to $8,000 per project|
RADF applications are closed for 2021.
Before you apply, read the following documents to make sure you are familiar with the eligibility criteria:
- RADF guidelines for applicants 2021 to 2022 (PDF 1.1 MB)
- RADF committee terms of reference (PDF 225KB)
- RADF Liaison Officer guidelines (PDF 201 KB)
- Creative City: Logan City Council arts, culture and heritage strategy 2018 to 2022 (PDF 1.47 MB).
Applications must adhere to all government regulations regarding COVID-19 to be eligible for assessment.
How to apply
Applications are now closed.
Please contact the RADF Liaison Officer to discuss your project before starting your application. They can be contacted by calling 07 3412 5426 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will need to create a SmartyGrants login and apply online through SmartyGrants.
Paper, email and incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Your application must include a budget. You can download the RADF sample budget (PDF 354 KB) to use as a guide.
For information about your application and to contact the RADF Liaison Officer please call 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.
Previously funded project examples
|Alice in Trinderland, 2019||
As part of Trinder Park’s 50th anniversary celebrations an outdoor interactive performance / picnic of Alice In Trinderland by residents, staff and volunteers plus Loganlea High School students occurred.
Alice showcased the way people experiencing dementia connect to and benefit from performing.
|Logan Documentary, 2019||
A three minute pitch trailer was created for a feature documentary that tells the story of an exceptional family living in Logan.
The trailer was used to secure further funding for the project