Calling for applications during RADF Round One 2021-22
Gladstone Regional Council’s Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is accepting applications from individuals and local arts and cultural groups to apply for funding during the Round One 2021-22 window.
Applications close at 4pm on Friday, 25 March 2022 for projects that commence after 3 May 2022.
Short-term projects may be eligible for funding in the following categories: Developing Regional Skills, Building Community Cultural Capacity, Regional Partnerships, Cultural Tourism, Concept Development and Contemporary Collections/Stories.
Gladstone Region Mayor Matt Burnett said the long-running RADF program has a proven track record of delivering quality arts and culture projects, while supporting professional and emerging artists, arts and cultural workers in the Gladstone Region.
“RADF promotes the role and value of arts, culture and heritage as key drivers to support diversity and inclusivity,” Councillor Burnett said.
“It also helps in growing strong regions, while providing training, education and employment opportunities for Queensland artists and local communities.”
Guidelines and application forms are available online via www.gragm.qld.gov.au/radf or from Council’s offices, venues and libraries.
RADF is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Gladstone Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.