Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)
What is the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Program?
The RADF Program established in 1991, is a highly successful state and local government partnership that supports professional artists and art practitioners living in regional Queensland. The Program focuses on the development of quality art and arts practice for and with regional communities.
Its key stakeholders are the Queensland Government Department of Education, Training and the Arts, through Arts Queensland, and the local councils that participate in the program. These stakeholders support arts and cultural development, RADF committees, regional and remote communities and their arts and cultural workers.
How does RADF work?
Your local council bids for an annual allocation of funding for the region from Arts Queensland. This allocation is managed by your local council through a locally run RADF grants program.
RADF delivery model for 2021-22 is via Council Initiated Projects. These workshops will be hosted by the Bulloo Shire Council and open to the whole community to attend.
What is funded?
One-off, short term projects that offer professional arts, cultural and heritage opportunities.
Current Bulloo Shire Council RADF Committee:
Liaison: Bulloo Shire Council
Phone: 07 4621 8000
- Cr Glyn Dare
- Diane Montgomerie
- Tamie Warner
- Danielle Tuite
- Helen Taylor
For more information contact Council's Librarian and Health Promotions Officer, Diane Montgomerie on 07 4621 8000.