The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Queensland Government and local governments. It invests in quality arts and cultural experiences across Queensland based on locally determined priorities.
RADF promotes the role and value of arts, culture and heritage as key drivers to support diversity and inclusivity, grow strong regions and provide training, education and employment opportunities for Queensland artists and local communities.
Aims of the program
The objectives for RADF 2018/19 are to:
- Support local artists, arts and cultural activities to deliver value for local communities.
- Provide opportunities for local communities to participate in arts and cultural activities.
- Invest in locally-determined priorities delivered through arts and cultural activities.
- Contribute towards current Redland City Council priorities.
For further Queensland Government arts and cultural programs and opportunities please visit Arts Queensland.
When can I apply?
- Community funding for activities, projects and initiatives is now closed.
- Funding for projects of up to $12,000
- Open to community one round per year
- Providing support to individual artists, groups and organisations
- Professional development (also known as Quick Response application) is now closed.
- Funding for individuals of up to $2,000 per applicant
- Funding for groups of up to $4,000 per applicant
Read our Information for Applicants before applying
Nine categories of funding available
Grants are available in nine categories:
- Community arts and cultural development
- Developing regional skills
- Visual arts, craft and design
Supporting documents for applicants
- RADF acknowledgement guidelines [PDF, 0.1MB]
- RADF eligibility checklist [DOC, 0.2MB]
- RADF important definitions [PDF, 0.1MB]
- Insurance information for RADF applicants [PDF, 0.1MB]
- RADF tax invoice template [DOC, 0.1MB]
Previous successful applicants
Refer to successful RADF applicants.
Assessment of applications
The information provided in your application will be assessed against the objectives and outcomes identified in the program guidelines by a panel. The program is competitive and all grants and their value will be awarded based on the recommendations of the panel.
Panel members must nominate through an expression of interest process before an assessment and election process takes place.
For more information, please visit RADF on the Arts Queensland website.