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Logan creatives get funding boost

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Poetry in the park, a live music performance, a short film and creative mentorship sessions are among activities funded by the City of Logan’s latest round of arts funding.


Eight creative arts professionals have been awarded more than $62,000 collectively
through the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF).


The funding is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Logan City Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

Logan City Council City Lifestyle Committee Chairperson Councillor Laurie Koranski
said RADF funding allows recipients to bring their ideas to life.


“It gives them the chance to create new experiences in the City of Logan and we look
forward to seeing their projects come to fruition in the coming months,” Cr Koranski
said.


Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch said the long-standing RADF program would
help to boost Queensland’s plan for economic recovery, supporting artists and arts
workers with employment opportunities through $4.2 million in funding for regional
cultural projects.

“The Palaszczuk Government is investing $2.08 million in RADF for 2020-21 and an
additional $2.13 million will be contributed by 59 councils across Queensland,”
Minister Enoch said.


“Each year RADF showcases the extraordinary innovation of the arts and cultural sector in regional communities, delivers rich arts experiences and provides important professional opportunities for artists and arts workers.”

The successful applicants are:

  • Michelle Kenney: For the filming of the Junk Shop web series for online
    publication.
  • Lark Lee: For the development of materials to pitch a potential KoreanAustralian short feature film.
  • Lamisse Hamouda from Southside Poetry Slam: For eight spoken word poetry
    events and two creative writing and performance workshops.
  • Dr Karen Anne Lonsdale: For creative mentorship sessions with Topology.
  • Kyra Mancktelow: For new works based on stories of Australian history
    through the lens of an Indigenous person.
  • Emma Bosworth and Jackie Marshall: For a 70-minute live music performance
    showcasing stories about Logan people.
  • Thomas Siru; For a 12-week mentorship project providing alternative
    pathways for at-risk youth.
  • Renee Dobbyn: For a new play which pays tribute to frontline healthcare
    workers

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