We are offering an opportunity for a number of aspiring producers to increase their professional skills, experience and networks by undertaking a paid placement with local arts organisations/festivals in 2019 including Bleach* Festival™, Gold Coast Film Festival and Somerset Storyfest.
The City is offering 10 young and emerging Gold Coast creatives the opportunity to undertake a eight month program of support, including group professional development activities and a grant of up to $8000 towards an individual career development activity.
CREATIVE GOLD will be a series of onsite activation at eight events within the City of Gold Coast’s calendar of events. These events attract families who may or may not currently attend arts and culture based events already as part of the city’s calendar. The goal is to showcase the arts and cultural offerings on the Gold Coast – and some which are yet to be discovered.
Gold Coast based organisations and groups delivering an annual program of arts and cultural activity may apply for funding to deliver activities over three years (2019 – 2021).
This free workshop is designed for any artist, musician or creative practitioner who is ready to share their story, event or product with the media. The workshop will be pitched at various skill levels – from complete novices to those artists with some experience in the media.
LENS embraced the rich diversity of Gold Coast artists by showcasing the work of local photographers and writers, with the help of cultural influencers.
The City of Gold Coast announced the interdisciplinary art collective Lumen Cloud as the recipient of the Gateways Public Art Commission mentorship. The Lumen Cloud duo of Michelle Xen and Richard Candy are the recipients of the $10,000 grant was designed to expand their experience and understanding of how to create works for the public realm.
Our first public art ‘in conversation’ featuring John Waldron with John Graham. A very special evening facilitated by leading arts professional John Waldron in conversation with local Indigenous artist John Graham, Friday 16 June 2017.
Experienced local music sector musicians, venue owners or professional services including management, public relations or technical, can play an important role in shaping the future of the live music scene on the Gold Coast by joining the Live Music Advisory Group.
We searched for artists to create an artwork on the Gold Coast’s own light rail - the G:link. Now you decide on the art that wraps the light rail for the summer. Thanks to support from the Queensland Government’s Department of Transport and Main Roads, GoldlinQ and GoTransit.