Artists, groups and creative people are invited to submit an Expression of Interest to receive Creative Projects Support through Queensland Arts Council’s South East Queensland Creative Generator program.
A total of up to five South East Qld Creative Projects will be selected to be taken through a concept development phase where the Creative Generator SEQ Development Officer will provide guidance in the development of the concept and assistance with seeking funding and partnerships.
All artforms are open to apply for support including projects that involve music, visual arts, CACD, sculpture, dance, theatre and performing arts, writing, craft, photography, public art, film and all other forms of creativity!
Creative Projects might include a community arts festival, an event or exhibition, a theatre or music performance or any other form of creative expression for your community.
The areas of support might include funding advice and application support, partnership development, one-on-one planning meetings, project management support, marketing and promotional support, use of meeting rooms or rehearsal spaces, professional advice and other services that are provided in response to the individual needs of each project.
Applicants must speak to the Creative Generator SEQ Development Officer before applying. Please contact Tim McGee on 0428 745 693 or firstname.lastname@example.org For more information on the services provided and to download the EOI Form and EOI Guidelines please click on he following links:
1. Support Services for Creative Projects
2. EOI Guidelines Creative Projects Support
3. EOI Form Creative Projects Support
All Expressions of Interest must be submitted by close of business Friday 11th November 2011 to Queensland Arts Council ‘Creative Projects Support’, PO BOX 376, Brisbane Qld 4001.
About the Creative Generator SEQ program
Queensland Arts Council (QAC) is the peak body for regional arts in Queensland. Through the Creative Generator SEQ program, QAC provides arts development and support services to 10 local government areas in South East Queensland.
The SEQ region includes the 10 local government areas of the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay, Redlands, Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Gold Coast, Scenic Rim, Lockyer Valley and Somerset.
The Creative Generator program is an initiative funded by Arts Queensland and the Australia Council for the Arts.
For more information on the Creative Generator SEQ please visit www.creativegeneratorseq.wordpress.com