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2021 Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) – Australia

2021 Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) – Australia


Deadline: 28-Feb-21

The Townsville City Council is seeking applications for the 2021 Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) to provide funding for projects that promote and develop arts, culture, and heritage in the Townsville Region. It is delivered as a partnership between the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Townsville City Council.

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RADF is a unique partnership between the Queensland Government and the Townsville City Council to support local talent, unite communities and celebrate the arts across the state. It promotes the role and value of arts, culture, and heritage as key drivers of diverse and inclusive communities and strong regions. RADF invests in local arts and cultural priorities, as determined by local communities, across Queensland.

If you are a local artist, organization, or creative business, grants are available to bring your ideas to life through the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF).

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RADF has three key objectives:

Provide public value for Queensland communities.
Build local cultural capacity, cultural innovation, and community pride.
Deliver Queensland Government’s objectives for the community.
Funding Information

Applications for over $1,000 and up to $10,000 per application are invited.
You can only receive one (1) grant from RADF per financial year.
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To be eligible to apply, applicants can be:
An individual professional artist, emerging professional artist, arts worker, cultural worker or project coordinator who holds an Australian Business Number (ABN) or will be auspiced by a not-for-profit, properly constituted incorporated body or individual with an ABN, or;
A not-for-profit properly constituted incorporated body or be auspiced by such a body which is able to accept legal and financial responsibility for the project.
To be eligible to apply, applicants must:
Be based in the Townsville City Council Local Government area, or if based outside the council area, then be able to demonstrate how the project will directly benefit arts and culture in the council area;
Be free of debt to Townsville City Council and have no outstanding acquittals from previous Townsville City Council grant applications;
Hold, or have an auspicing organisation with, public liability insurance to the value of ten million dollars per claim; or occurrence giving rise to a claim; and
Be able to demonstrate how the project will meet local demand or need within the Townsville community.
For more information, visit https://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/community-support/grants-and-funding/RADF

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