Regional Arts Development Fund

Support for Creativity and Culture

RADF

 

Through the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) program, Arts Queensland provides partnership investment that enables local councils across the State to deliver artistic outcomes, grow employment opportunities for creative and cultural workers, and engage communities to deliver on the priorities as described in Creative Together: 2020-2030:

The 2022/2023 Community Grants Program Guidelines provide category specific eligibility and assessment criteria, purpose and priorities, and the application process.

Click here to read the RADF Fact Sheet which provides an overview on how to apply for a RADF grant.

RADF Grant Categories

Application process: Categories: Open date: Closing date: Outcome advised by:

COMPETITIVE

GRANT ROUND
  • Creative Industry Development
  • Creative Community Projects
5 September 2022 16 October 2022 30 November 2022*

ROLLING

GRANT

ROUND
  • Creative Individual Skills Development
5 September  31 May 2023, or when all funds allocated are expended Four weeks from application date*

* Notification of application outcome may change depending on Council meeting dates

  • Maximum grant amount: $5,000 
    RADF contribution: Maximum 80% of project costs
    Applicant contribution: Minimum 20% of project costs

     

    Purpose: 

    • To enhance cultural tourism and the promotion of local arts, culture and heritage to intrastate, interstate and international audiences
    • To develop enterprising arts and cultural products and services (including professional development and sector development for the creative arts sector).
       
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    • Must address one or more of the Strategic Themes set out in Council’s Art and Cultural Plan (refer to the Arts and Cultural Plan 2015-2025 for more detailed information).
    • Must address all Arts Queensland assessment criteria: 
      Quality, Reach, Impact, and Viability (refer to Arts Queensland for more information). 

     

    Funding Round: open for applications 5 September 2022, closes 16 October 2022.

     

    Outcome advised by: 30 November 2022

     

    Project delivery timeframe: 12 months from submission of the Funding Agreement.

     

    The 2022/2023 Community Grants Program Guidelines provides category specific information, eligibility and assessment criteria, purpose and priorities, and the application process.

     

    APPLY HERE

     

  • Maximum grant amount: $8,000

    RADF contribution: Maximum 80% of project costs

    Applicant contribution: Minimum 20% of project costs

     

    Purpose: To nurture creative communities by increasing participation in and/or appreciation of arts and culture within the Gympie region.

     

    Priorities:

    • Must address one or more of the Strategic Themes set out in Council’s Art and Cultural Plan (refer to the Arts and Cultural Plan 2015-2020 for more detailed information).
    • Must address all Arts Queensland assessment criteria: Quality, Reach, Impact and Viability (refer to Arts Queensland for more information).

     

    Funding Round: open for applications 5 September 2022, closes 16 October 2022.

     

    Outcome advised by: 30 November 2022

     

    Project delivery timeframe: 12 months from submission of the Funding Agreement

     

    The 2022/2023 Community Grants Program Guidelines provide category specific information, eligibility and assessment criteria, purpose and priorities, and the application process.

     

    APPLY HERE

  • Maximum grant amount $1,500 
    Council contribution: Maximum 60% of project cost
    Applicant contribution: Minimum 40% of project cost.

     

    Purpose: To support artists to build on established art practise and provide opportunities to share the learnt skills and knowledge with the local arts community. 

     

    Priorities: 

    ·         Must address one or more of the Strategic Themes set out in Council’s Art and Cultural Plan (refer to the Arts and Cultural Plan 2015-2025 for more detailed information). 

    ·         Must address all Arts Queensland assessment criteria: 
    Quality, Reach, Impact, and Viability (refer to Arts Queensland for more information). 

     

    Rolling Round: open for applications 5 September 2022, closes 31 May 2023 or when all funds allocated are expended.


    Outcome advised by: Four weeks from application date 
     

    Project delivery timeframe: 12 months from submission of the Funding Agreement

     

    The 2022/2023 Community Grants Program Guidelines provide category specific information, eligibility and assessment criteria, purpose and priorities, and the application process.

     

    APPLY HERE

For information contact the RADF Liaison Officer phone Council on 1300 307 800 or email: radf@gympie.qld.gov.au

 

More Information

Arts and Culture Policy

Arts and Culture Plan 2015-2025

Arts Acumen - Grant Writing Support and Toolkit

RADF Application Budget Worksheet

Creative Together 2020-2030

 

 

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