Flying Arts Alliance is excited to announce that we will be supporting 27 regional artists and artsworkers to attend and present at Arts Ablaze with Arts Ablaze Presenter and Participant Travel Subsidies through the Regional Arts Fund.
The Arts Ablaze Presenter and Participant Travel Subsidies provide recipients with up to $750 for MMM 2 – 5 or $1500 for MMM 6 – 7 for travel-related costs in attending the 2019 Arts Ablaze. The successful recipients are as follows:
Will we see you at Arts Ablaze?
Arts Ablaze is a conference and a celebration of regional arts in Queensland, to be held in and on the grounds of Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley, 2 – 6 October, 2019. Managed by the Scenic Rim Regional Council, the event focuses on the transformation of regional communities and arts practice through attitudes, access, people and place.
A number of staff from Flying Arts will be taking part in the following panels:
- The Impact of Creative Placemaking (2 Oct, 11:45 am – 12:30 pm): Join Flying Arts CEO Kerryanne Farrer and industry representatives for a panel discussion about the importance of placing creatives at the centre of placemaking.
- Access for the Regions – Key Organisations Offering Regional Services (3 Oct, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm): Learn about the range of services available to artists and artsworkers located in regional Queensland.
- Breaking Down Barriers (4 Oct, 1:45 pm – 2:45 pm): Kerryanne Farrer will be joining a panel of arts professionals to discuss how regional projects can break down barriers and engage a wide variety of demographics in the arts.
Flying Arts and Yarrabah Art and Cultural Precinct exhibition Jabu Birriny (Land + Sea) will also be on display at Arts Ablaze in the Conference Room Gallery daily from 7am – 4pm.
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia. The fund meets the strategic priorities of supporting participation in and access to the arts and encouraging greater private sector support for the arts.
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund is provided through Regional Arts Australia. In Queensland the Regional Arts Fund is administered by Flying Arts Alliance according to the objectives and general eligibility determined by the Australian Government.
The Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is an Australian Government program designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities. The fund is provided through Regional Arts Australia and is administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance.