If biophilia means the love of books, archivist and architect Ray Coffey is the Don Juan of Australian Art ephemera. From humble beginnings, first purchasing a book on boats in his 20s while commuting home from work, Ray's love for publications soon extended to an impressive collection which outgrew his suburban Brisbane home. Today, Ray's [...]
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Four key regional Queensland arts companies will undertake multi-year post-COVID renewal initiatives thanks to the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund (RAF). Flying Arts Alliance and Regional Arts Australia have announced the successful recipients of a total of $600,000 in strategic arts funding under the RAF Recovery Boost – Renewal grant stream. Four regional Queensland companies will each receive $150,000 over three years to implement programs focused on strategic growth and [...]
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED Flying Arts Regional Arts Fund (RAF) First Nations Cultural Worker Brisbane-based, with the option to work remotely from a regional area Permanent part-time role (2 days/week) Engagement role with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practitioners, organisations and government Download the position description Flying Arts Alliance acknowledges the unending connection of First Nations [...]
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.