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Images (1) Inala Wangarra Inc. (2) Indelabilityarts. Wilbur the Optical Whale.

Organisations Fund 2022 - 2025

The Organisations Fund 2022 – 2025 is providing $33.5 million in core funding to 46 Queensland arts and cultural organisations.

16 Sep 2021
Island Vibe Festival, The Chats and Funny Mummies

QASP, touring and live music recipients

The latest outcomes from the Queensland Arts Showcase Program (QASP) - round 4, Touring Queensland Fund (TQF), Touring Queensland Quick Response Fund (TQFQ) and the Live Music Support Program

13 Aug 2021

Construction of new 1500-seat theatre creating jobs and opportunities for Qld

Queensland’s new state-of-the-art theatre is taking shape providing jobs and opportunities for apprentices in Brisbane.

12 Aug 2021
Regional Arts Development Fund

Regional Arts Development Fund 2021 – 2022 recipients

Hundreds of community-led arts and cultural experiences will be activated across regional Queensland with funding through the Regional Arts Development Fund 2021 – 2022 in collaboration with 59 councils 

10 Aug 2021

QASP - round 3 recipients

25 new arts and cultural projects across all artforms will share in more than $925,000 in Arts Queensland funding through the Queensland Arts Showcase Program (QASP) – round 3.

21 Jul 2021
Running Rivers Mentorship supported through the Individuals Fund. Image: Distinct Raw Marks, Kuweni Dias Mendis

Individuals Fund 2021 recipients

Arts Queensland's Individuals Fund 2021 will support 29 Queensland artists and cultural workers with funding of $185,764 helping emerging and established artists further their careers

14 Jul 2021
Laura Quinkan Dance Festival. Photo by Wayne Quilliam

IRADF 2020-2021 funding for new arts opportunities in Far North Queensland

Nine far north Queensland communities will embark on ambitious projects in visual arts, music and dance with funding of $207,493 through the latest allocation of Arts Queensland’s Indigenous Regional Arts Development Fund (IRADF) 2020-2021.

1 Jul 2021
Georges de La Tour, France 1593 – 1652 / The Fortune-Teller c.1630s / Oil on canvas / 101.9 x 123.5cm / Rogers Fund, 1960 / 60.3 / Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

European masterpieces from the MET comes to Queensland

Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) is set to open European Masterpieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York on 11 June 2021 revealing the breadth and greatness of 65 paintings on loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) in New York. 

10 Jun 2021

Queensland Museum announces Australia’s largest dinosaur

Meet Australotitan, “the southern titan” or more technically called Australotitan cooperensis – a new species of giant sauropod Dinosaur from Eromanga, Southwest Queensland that has been scientifically described and named by Queensland Museum and Eromanga Natural History Museum palaeontologists.

9 Jun 2021
Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre opens new virtual gallery

Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre opens new virtual gallery

Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre widens their reach with new virtual gallery.

26 May 2021