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Regional Arts Development Fund
What is R.A.D.F.?
Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between South Burnett Regional Council and Arts Queensland, to support professional artists, emerging artists and arts practitioners living in regional Queensland.
RADF funding is there to assist professional arts practitioners across the arts spectrum by facilitating employment opportunities via workshops, or projects for the arts community requiring professional teachers
The program focuses on the development of quality art and arts practice for, and with, regional communities by providing the following funding categories.
Developing Regional Skills - Supporting professional artists and arts workers.
Building Community Cultural Capacity - Supporting locally determined arts & cultural priorities by your regional council.
Cultural Tourism - Supporting cultural activities not supported by other state government agencies.
Regional Partnerships - Supporting regional arts development in Queensland.
Interest Free Arts Loan - Complimentary federal arts funding.
Concept Development - Supporting participation of community members in arts development projects run by professional artists and arts workers.
Contemporary Collections/Stories - Preserving and providing access to significant local collections or stories.
The South Burnett RADF Committee encourages applications under Round 1 of the 2013/2014 RADF Program. The current round of funding opens on 1 July and closes on 26 July 2013.
Application forms and information packs can be obtained from South Burnett Regional Council Art Galleries and Libraries or may be downloaded from Council's website (see left).
Applications must be delivered or posted to the South Burnett Regional Council's Kingaroy office by 4.30pm Friday, 26 July 2013. If you are posting your application, it must be posted on the Friday prior to the closing date for funding to ensure it is received on time.
Please click on the RADF Guidelines for Applicants link on the left for details and eligibility criteria.
Applicants on behalf of arts groups or individuals may apply.
The selection process used by the RADF Committee is highly competitive. To ensure your best possible chance of success please ensure you read the Guidelines for Applicants Information Booklet before completing your application.
Completed application forms must be submitted no later than 4:30pm Friday, 26 July 2013.
RADF Round 1
South Burnett Regional Council
Kingaroy Service Centre,
Or posted to:
RADF Round 1
South Burnett Regional Council
PO Box 336
For further information or enquiries please contact Council's RADF Liaison Officer, Michael Hunter, on telephone 07 4189 9146 or via email.
2012/2013 Funding Round 1
The funding round dated opened from 4 June to 2 July 2012.
Applications were assessed at the RADF Meeting on Tuesday, 10 July 2012.
Applications were approved at the Council Meeting on Wednesday, 18 July 2012.
2012/2013 Funding Round 2
The funding round dated opened from 18 October to 15 November 2012.
Applications were assessed at the RADF Meeting on Tuesday, 26 November 2012
Applications were approved at the Council Meeting on Wednesday, 19 December 2012.
2012/2013 Funding Round 3
The funding round dated opened from 24 January to 21 February 2013.
Applications were assessed at the RADF Meeting on Tuesday,5 March 2013
Applications were approved at the Council Meeting on Wednesday, 20 March 2013.
2012/2013 Funding Round 4
The funding round dated opened from 25 March to 19 April 2013.
Applications were assessed at the RADF Meeting on Monday, 29 April 2013.
Applications were approved at the Council Meeting on Wednesday, 15 May 2013.
Previous grants issued in 2010/11, covered projects across the arts spectrum to help provide workshops by professional artists, musicians, dancers, artisans for groups to attend. The grants programmes also offered financial assistance for professional development in the arts for arts practitioners, to share new skills with the local community.
Grants have included activities in these areas: music, orchestral and choral. Techniques in oils, watercolours, printmaking. artist in residence teaching programme in the arts for the wider community, art for book illustration, ceramics, Jewellery making, hip hop dance and drama in story for children.