Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Program Open CCRC
to support professional artists and artsworkers to practise their art for mutual development of the communities in regional
Queensland. Closes Friday 19th March 2010. More ...
The Seed aims to help Australian artists from any background, creating art and music across any genre, to establish themselves
as self-sustained, professional artists.
The Seed has evolved over the years to become an integral part of the Australian Arts & Music industry,
contributing over $533,000 worth of funding to over 200 Artists and Music Managers. The passion and support of all
contributors has helped to make it what it is today and although John Butler and co-founder Danielle Caruana will remain a
driving force behind the project, they believe it is time to make The Seed something that the arts community
can call their own.
Applications Due: Monday 15th March 2010
Final successful applicants notified: 3rd May 2010 Funds dispersed: After 1st June
2010 Acquittal due: 30 days from completion of project
In 2010, Q Music and the Gold Coast City Council will again work closely together to continue to deliver
a cutting edge program that delivers tangible outcomes for Gold Coast artists and the Gold Coast Music Industry.
of the program is a full day workshop open to the public:
Songwriting/Recording and Production
Workshop Sat 27th March This full day workshop will cover songwriting, recording and production which are
both important aspects in developing your career within the industry. More ...
Building and nurturing a strong and active Association membership base (Jean
Many journeys for individuals and organisations are possible through, around and between
the 8 stages in the membership life-cycle. Understanding these 8 stages will assist a committee to design, resource and implement
a membership program. Some people or organisations don’t progress beyond the prospective member stage... read more.
·Development and Presentation Grants - up to $50,000. Open to individual artists, collectives and not-for-profit organisations for new work, exhibitions, productions,
industry development and cultural engagement activities.