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Beaudesert's Music Muster is among the local projects to benefit from support under the latest round of the Scenic Rim Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), with four recipients to share in almost $24,000 in funding.

The Rotary Club of Beaudesert will receive $8200 to help stage next year's free community event which will feature an array of family entertainment including music, rides, and arts and crafts.

Scenic Rim RADF Committee Chair Cr Rick Stanfield said other recipients in the current funding round included Lorraine Brown, Alinta Krauth and the Mununjali Art Group.

"Under Council's co-funding partnership with the State Government, through Arts Queensland, Scenic Rim has almost $70,000 available in 2015-16 to support projects which offer professional arts, cultural and heritage opportunities," Cr Stanfield said.

"Local artists and cultural workers can apply for RADF support under the strategic themes of Caring for Our Community, Cultural Trails, Vibrant Towns and Villages, Professional Development and Artist in Residence.

"The outcomes of the program contribute greatly to the cultural and social fabric of our Scenic Rim community."

Premier and Arts Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk said the Queensland Government was providing $2.08 million in 2015-16 for the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), a state and local government partnership with 59 local councils across Queensland.

"The $2.08 million will leverage approximately $1.8 million from local councils, and means an anticipated total of $3.9 million will be available for arts projects across the state,” the Premier said.

"RADF supports around 3000 arts, cultural and heritage projects annually, ranging from local festivals and celebrations, to training, education and employment outcomes for Queensland artists.”

"This year will see a revamped RADF program developed in consultation with local councils which opens the way for more arts at a local level with public art commissions, access to touring productions and more training opportunities on offer,” she said.






Lorraine Brown


The projects objective is to learn new artistic skills from a highly accomplished bookbinder in the USA, put into operation the new skills learnt through good practice and help to spread the learning of those newly acquired abilities.





Rotary Club of Beaudesert


The Beaudesert Music Muster will be a free event for residents to relax, and enjoy a professionally

presented 'Muster' that will provide family entertainment along with many rides, art and craft workshops, visual entertainment and free events for the children.





Mununjali Art Group


Three local artists from the Mununjali Art Group will be

working with students from two of the Scenic Rim’s smaller primary schools and with aged care and disability clients from the Jymbilung Respite Centre.





Alinta Krauth


New media project involving both an interactive online community engagement and

placemaking component as well as an evening art event involving projection art on Tamborine Mtn.