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Eleven local arts projects will share in funding to the tune of $40,000 in the latest round of Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) grants.
Projects include In a Different Space, a short film and portrait series featuring new work by dancers from Ripe Dance, a Noosa-based seniors dance school run by choreographer, Gail Hewton.
This round also supports Ian Richter’s Negative Imagery: Making light of the dark – a Mental Health Week exhibition at the Cooroy Butter Factory that explores mental health issues.
“Music and theatre are covered too, with funds to support Anya La Zanya’s all-age instrument making, playing and performing workshops, plus Noosa Arts Theatre’s Queensland premiere of David Williamson’s Jack of Hearts,” RADF Committee Chair, Cr Jess Glasgow said.
A recycling art project, printmaking workshops and a mentoring program for young musicians are among the other recipients.
RADF is a partnership between the Queensland Government and councils which contribute 50:50 to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

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