The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between Council and the Queensland Government to support the development of quality art and arts practice in regional Queensland.
Council's RADF Committee makes recommendations to Council and contributes to the on-going implementation of its RADF program. Membership of the RADF Committee is in a voluntary capacity. Members have a broad base of experience and/or expertise in arts and cultural practice.
The RADF Committee meets twice a year to assess RADF applications. Special meetings may be convened as required.
Once the RADF Committee has reached agreement on which grant applications should be recommended and for what level of funding, the Arts and Cultural Grants Coordinator (RADF Liaison Officer) will present the recommendations to Council for ratification.
|Name||Areas of expertise|
|Bhama Daly||Creative Writing|
|Vacant position||Performing Arts/ Youth Performing Arts|
|Vacant position||Visual Arts|
Council is currently seeking applications from interested arts professionals to fill the volunteer vacancies on the RADF Committee in the portfolio areas of Performing Arts, Youth Performing Arts and Visual Arts. Please see Council’s recent Media Release for more information and to request an application kit.