Arts funding available in Logan

This is a photograph of artist Mihimai Honour Nikora.
Artist Mihimai Honour Nikora recently displayed her immersive installation Ka Koroki Nga Manu – The singing of the birds at Logan Art Gallery funded through a Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) grant.

Artists looking for funds for a creative project that will benefit the City of Logan are invited to apply to the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF).

Applications for the next funding round are now being accepted.

Individuals, groups and organisations can apply for grants up to a maximum of $8000.

RADF funding is open to develop one-off creative projects.

Professionals and emerging professionals from all forms, including dance, music, design, museum and cultural heritage, new media, visual arts, writing and theatre, are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must either live in the City of Logan or show that their project will benefit Logan.

Applications close at 4pm on Tuesday, October 27 for projects starting after Friday, January 1, 2021.

Since its inception in 2001, Logan City Council has conducted 46 funding rounds.

Funding of $83,979 has been allocated towards 12 creative projects over the past year.

Local historic research, art installations and community workshops have been funded through past RADF grants.

RADF is a partnership between the State Government and Logan City Council.

All RADF applicants must have an active Australian Business Number.

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