Grants & Sponsorships
Ipswich City Council
Regional Arts Development Fund
Applications for the next round of funding open 29 April 2013 & close 31 May 2013
The Regional Arts Development Fund is a Queensland Government and Ipswich City Council partnership to support local arts and culture.
The purpose of the RADF program is to support artists and artsworkers to practice their art, for and with communities, resulting in mutual development of the professional artists/artsworkers and communities in regional Queensland.
For more information please read the information below. In particular, the Application Kit contains detailed information about the fund including who can apply, categories of funding and fact sheets to help you complete your budget.
Nominations for RADF Committee Members
The Ipswich City Council is currently seeking nominations for up to five (5) members to sit on the RADF Committee. The Ipswich RADF Committee is a group of informed representatives that reflects the diverse arts, culture and geography of the Ipswich City Council area. Each member has a responsibility for a portfolio that reflets their area of expertise. Applications are currently being sought to provide expertise in the following areas:
Please refer to nomination forms below:
RADF Committee Nominations close on Friday 10 May 2013.
For further information please contact the Ipswich RADF Liaison Officer on 07 3810 6657
Ipswich City Council Cultural Policy
The Ipswich RADF Committee seeks to support applications that fulfill Objective One from the Ipswich City Council Cultural Policy:
Engaging the Community: encourage participation and attendance and creative production from the diverse communities of Ipswich.
RADF Information Kit
To follow are application forms and helpful information.
Please note that there is a different application form and outcome report form for Quick Reponse Grants which fall within Category 1, (developing regional skills).
How to Apply
The Ipswich RADF has increased from two to three rounds per year - in February, May and August.
Applicants may also submit a Quick Response grant application under Category One (Developing Regional Skills). Quick Response grants may be submitted at any time, however applicants must allow approximately 8 weeks for a result.
You can seek assistance and advice from the Ipswich RADF Liaison Officer by phoning 07 3810 6652.
Arts Queensland can also provide assistance on:
Phone: 07 3224 4896
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