Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)

RADF supports the professional development and employment of arts and cultural workers in regional Queensland. RADF is a partnership between the Queensland State Government and Paroo Shire Council.

You can download copies of the forms and guidelines below and further information is available by contacting the Community Support Officer on (07) 4655 8400. Please ensure you have read the Guidelines and complete all required forms

Applications for Round 3 of the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) are now open

Opening Monday 21 February 2022 closing COB Friday 22 April 2022.

Applications for round 3 of the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) are open.

RADF supports arts and cultural activities that provide public value for Queensland communities, builds local cultural capacity, cultural innovation and community well-being and delivers Queensland Government’s objectives for the community.

RADF is a great source of funding for arts or culturally significant activities, projects and workshops (not just painting)! Other activities such as horsemanship, motorbikes, cultural programs, welding and countless more are also included.

Contact 0428787127 for further details

Opening Monday 21 February 2022 closing COB Friday 22 April 2022.

Application package

RADF Guidelines

2022 Application Form

2021-2022 Paroo Shire Council RADF Outcome Report 

How to complete a RADF budget sheet

Other useful Information

NAVA Fees & Wages Guidelines

Regional Arts Development Fund Training

This training session is primarily focused on RADF Guidelines and Processes for Community to understand when making Applications for Funding.

RADF Training session held Thursday 11th November at the CCEC Conference Room, click HERE to view the powerpoint.

 

Seeking new RADF committee members for 2022

The RADF Committee is also looking for new members, for more information and/or application forms please contact the Community Support Officer on (07) 4655 8400 or community.support@paroo.qld.gov.au

 

For more information contact the Community Support Officer on (07) 4655 8400.