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2018 Individuals Fund Round One now open

Round one of Arts Queensland's 2018 Individuals Fund is open, and offers up to $10,000 per application for Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists and cultural workers (emerging and established) to participate in transformational professional and career development opportunities.

The first round will close on Friday 13 April 2018 with online applications to be submitted by 4:00pm AEST.

Proposed projects or activities must start on or after 13 July 2018.

To find out more about the Individuals Fund or to apply, visit the Arts Queensland funding page.

Previous Individuals Fund recipients

Zaimon Vilmanis

Participation in an artist exchange enabled Zaimon to position his work at an international level, develop new relationships and devise new ideas for future projects.

Tintin Wulia

Tintin Wulia

Tintin’s participation in three artist residencies has resulted in the production of new works, new collaborations and built her capacity in socially-engaged practice.

Tess Maunder

As an alumnus of a prestigious curatorial program, Tess has developed a new network of international peers for future collaborations.

Susan Johnson

Brisbane-based author and journalist Susan Johnson travelled to Greece to present her paper Elsewhere: On not being home, creativity as expatriation.

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Sheree Kinlyside

A residency with the Cork Printmakers in Ireland was crucial in developing Sheree's skills and market development opportunities.

Sean Foran

An international mentorship expanded musician and composer Sean Foran’s skills and network and resulted in new works.

Sarah Head

A career development project in Nashville led to a new EP, launched at the 2014 Tamworth Country Music Festival.

Ryan Daffurn

During Ryan Daffurn's residency in Leipzig he created a significant new body of work, connected with other artists and is now looking forward to several upcoming exhibitions and opportunities in 2016 and 2017.