(18-05-17) North Burnett Regional Council creates arts for all Queenslanders with RADF Round 2 now open!
Round 2 closes 5pm Wednesday, 31 May 2017.
If you’ve got a passion for the Arts, now is the time to bring those ideas to life with the opening of Round 2 of the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), a partnership between the Queensland Government and regional councils, Cr Chambers announced this week.
Aspiring and professional artists can once more benefit from RADF, with the 2016-2017 Round 2 grant funding now open to the North Burnett community. Applications are invited from individual residents, groups, schools and organisations for financial assistance to support arts and cultural activities.
Round 1 was hotly contested with Council receiving $92,833 worth of funding applications, with the following projects successful:
- Joan Derrick – Development of the Spiritual Heritage for Children Series of Stories
- Biggenden Masonic Music Group – Variety Concert – Sound Equipment
- Mundubbera Show Society – Entertainment Child and Adult
- Marshall Langdon- Saddle Making School
- Gayndah Horse and Pony Club – Leather Work Activity
- Three Moon Historical and Cultural Centre – Care and Digitation of Photographic Collections
- Cilla Slack –“Young at Heart” A Musical Program for Elderly North Burnett Residents
- APEX Biggenden -Bottle Tree Sculpture
Round 2 closes 5:00pm, Wednesday 31 May 2017.
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Queensland Government and North Burnett Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.