Central Queensland Regional Arts Services Network have busy developing another opportunity for artists in response to COVID19. In line with their Tough & Tender Beauty project they are offering ‘at home’ residencies for artists who live within our CQRASN catchment (Fraser Coast, Bundaberg, South Burnett, North Burnett, Cherbourg, Gladstone, Rockhampton, Livingstone, Banana, Woorabinda, Central Highlands, Mackay, Whitsundays, Isaac).
Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch has today announced grants which will provide funds for individual artists and arts organisations to help them during these difficult times.
Teaching artists are a vital part of the performing arts landscape, sharing their skills, passion and knowledge with the community, young people and emerging performers. Queensland Theatre is committed to ensuring that there are skilled teaching artists in our schools and wider community, not just for our own programs, but also for the sector as a whole.
The arts sector is an interesting industry to navigate. Whether you're an artist, creative professional or arts organisation, it's in your best interest to investivate the entire gamit of funding opportunities available to you. It's essential to write strong project proposals and successful grant applications in a way that grabs attention and ticks all the boxes.
The Australian Cultural Fund (ACF) is managed by Creative Partnerships Australia and was established by the Australian Government in 2003 to encourage donations to the arts.
Council will be coordinating two Grants Workshops for our local community groups and organisations facilitated by leading governance expert Leisa Donlan.
Fraser Coast Regional Council is seeking EOIs for Community Directors and Community Musical Production Proposals to be presented by the Brolga Theatre during the 20th anniversary 2020 Season program.
Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) 2019/20 Program and Guidelines were formally endorsed this week.
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