Round 1 2017 -2018
Proposl Snapshot applications for Round 1 2017/2018 will close on 26 July 2017
The 2017-18 RADF program heralds the beginning of a more flexible and innovative approach to supporting Arts and Culture in the Scenic Rim.
A new RADF model has been developed that will be more relevant to the local community and this is set out in a new set of RADF guidelines.
Please note the Guidelines and application forms have been recently updated since 2016 in line with current Arts Queensland Policy
Each Round will now involve a two stage process:
Stage 1: Proposal Snapshot.
The first stage of each round will use the Proposal Snapshot form to provide a "summary" of your project. This 3 page application form only requires a project description, how the project address's the Key Performance Outcomes (KPO's) and a budget summary.
Stage 2: Full Application
The RADF committee and external Advisory Committees will create a shortlist of projects based on these Snapshots. These applicants will then be invited to complete a Full Application for assessment.
Full applications will now fall under two categories:
Public Projects Full Application. Is used for those undertaking activities that have or will lead to a public outcome – e.g. exhibitions, events, engagement projects, creative developments, performances, place making projects, publications and public workshops.
Stage 2: Professional Development Full Application is used for those undertaking professional/career development activities – e.g. attendance at conferences and training workshops to develop your own skills, knowledge or career.
Stage 3 Outcome Report
All activities that receive RADF investment (including individual career development/ arts and cultural projects and activities/ or council strategic initiatives) are required to complete this outcome report template.
Outcome Re[ports will also fall under two categories: