Fifteen regional arts projects in Queensland will receive a total of $346,987 as the recipients of the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund Recovery Boost program, administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance Inc.
Due to overwhelming demand for quick-response funding for artists and artsworkers during the coronavirus pandemic, Flying Arts Alliance has announced an extension to Round 3 of the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) Relief grant scheme.
Arts organisations, individuals and regional Queensland local councils are invited to submit a proposal for up to $150,000 in RAF Renewal strategic project funding.
Learn about the next available rounds of project funding in RAF Recovery Boost grant program in QLD.
Regional Queensland artists, organisations and communities whose arts and cultural practices have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic are eligible to receive up to $30,000 worth of project funding.
The Colour and Response tour and exhibition project was showcased at Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery from 2 July – 11 August 2019, displaying Colour II: Merv Moriarty, In The Field and a local ‘response’ exhibition Out of The Allamanda.
Colour and Response made its second regional stop in Texas, a charming town in the Goondiwindi Region.
Artist Mervyn Moriarty shares his experience re-visiting rural and remote Queensland during the Colour and Response touring exhibition with the organisation he founded, Flying Arts Alliance.