The Individuals Fund is now open for applications until 8 March 2017 and aims to reward and recognise outstanding individual arts and cultural workers with funding up to $10,000.
We are looking for artists and arts workers to help grow a vibrant and sustainable arts and cultural sector in Queensland.
Recent recipients include singer/songwriter Louise O’Reilly who participated in the NES artist residency program in Iceland, visual artist Ryan Daffurn who undertook a six month residency program at the influential Spinnerei complex in Germany, and Queensland composer, artist and creative producer Dr Leah Barclay who participated in a US-based mentorship program and developed River Listening, an augmented reality sound installation.
Applications will be considered for projects commencing after 31 May 2017.
If you need help with your funding application, our Arts Acumen initiative which includes helpful tips, information and resources to support knowledge growth, connections and access to industry intelligence. Visit www.arts.qld.gov.au /arts-acumen.
Further information about the Individuals Fund, including copies of the guidelines and application forms, can be obtained by: