The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and local government which invests in quality arts and cultural experiences across Queensland based on locally determined priorities.
RADF promotes the role and value of arts, culture and heritage as key drivers of diverse and inclusive communities and strong regions; and provides training, education and employment opportunities for Queensland artist and local communities.
Applications for Round 1 of the Regional Arts Development Fund for projects to be undertaken between January and June will open on 10 October and will close 5 November 2018.
Will be advertised in April for projects to be undertaken between July and December 2018.
RADF has changed…
Arts Queensland has recently introduced some changes to the way the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is managed.
Since July 2015 the fund has been delivered with more flexibility, and local councils can implement locally tailored RADF programs based on priorities determined by them and their communities.
How will RADF operate in our local community?
A funding pool will continue to be offered annually. This will be delivered over two funding rounds and assessed by the RADF Advisory Group.
There are now new guidelines and application form.
The outcome reporting form has also changed requiring you to capture more audience / participant / partner feedback, and evaluate the outcomes of your activities (for grants over $10,000 only). This will enable us to better demonstrate how the program benefits our community and justify future proposals to the State Government.
- RADF Applicant Outcome Report - Public Projects - (docx 45.37 kB)
- RADF Applicant Outcome Report - Professional or Career Development - (docx 24.27 kB)
What are the RADF 2018-2019 objectives?
- Support local artists and arts and cultural activity to deliver value for local communities
- Provide opportunities for local communities to participate in arts and cultural activities
- Invest in locally-determined priorities delivered through arts and cultural activity
- Contribute towards current government priorities.
What are the 2018-2019 priorities for RADF funding?
The 2017-2018 priorities for the Burdekin Shire Council RADF program are:
- Applications which increase participation of priority communities including children and young people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse community, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disabilities
- Applications which invest in cultural and community programs
- Skills development and mentoring for artists and arts workers.
Your Burdekin RADF Liaison Officer is:
Mrs Janice Horan
Phone : (07) 4783 9836
Fax : (07) 4783 9999