Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a flexible grant fund that invests in local arts and cultural priorities, as determined by local communities across Queensland. Council's RADF program promotes the role and value of arts, culture and heritage as key drivers of diverse and inclusive communities and strong regions.
How RADF operates in the Lockyer Valley
Council's RADF Liaison Officer manages the local program in partners with the RADF Committee.
Up to two funding rounds are offered each financial year. These rounds are advertised through local and social media.
Individuals and community groups interested in arts and culture in the Lockyer Valley are invited to make an application for funding under the Lockyer Valley Regional Council (LVRC) Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Grant Program.
All RADF applications are assessed by the RADF committee which is made up of community members and two Councillors. The committee considers the applications against the Program Priorities and Key Performance Outcomes and presents their recommendations to Council for approval.
You can access the current RADF Guidelines here.
Community Funding Rounds for 2020/2021
Opens Monday 22 February 2021
Closes Tuesday 6 April 2021 (for projects commencing after 1 May 2021)
Applications will only be accepted online via SmartyGrants. Enquiries should be directed to Nicole Kilah, Coordinator Libraries and Galleries; RADF Liaison Officer, on (07) 5462 0317, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Previous Successful Applicants
|NAME||PURPOSE OF GRANT||GRANT RECEIVED||YEAR|
|Greg Huglin – Noosa Film
Production ||Hands on workshops to
students in filming, acting for
screen, casting and directing. ||$6,000||2019|
|Lockyer Valley Neighbourhood
Centre ||Music jam sessions including
singing, guitar and song
Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Committee