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ArtsYakka is an online resource of practical tools and templates, information and ideas to take some of the 'hard yakka' out of developing community arts.
The Queensland Arts and Cultural Sector Plan 2010-2013 is a blueprint for shaping a strong future for the sector. Key goals include engaging audiences and communities, building a strong and diverse creative economy, creative spaces and places, and a commitment to ongoing learning.
The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body. The Australia Council supports Australia’s arts through funding, strengthening and developing the arts sector.
Artslink - Queensland Arts Council
Queensland Arts Council - rebranded Artslink in 2012 is a not-for-profit organisation that ensures all Queenslanders have access to high quality arts regardless of their geographical location. QAC present, produce, program, tour, fund and facilitate the arts right across Queensland.
The Redlands Arts Council supports and promotes the arts and cultural activities in the Redland City for the benefit of the whole community. It works to enhance the social and economic development of the district, and nurtures the rapidly growing arts community by providing opportunities for paid employment.
YPAA is the Australian peak body for professional organisations and practitioners that engage children and young people in the arts
Access Arts Queensland is the peak body working with artists, cultural workers and their communities across Queensland. We deliver a range of Professional Arts and Cultural services to Queensland communities with an emphasis on those communities, groups and individuals who experience disability and disadvantage.
A comprehensive listing of art awards and competitions. You can register to receive regular notifications regarding competitions and awards relevant to your artform.