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City of Gold Coast implements projects and strategies to strengthen the city's economy, protect our environment and improve services and facilities for our residents, businesses and visitors. You can find specific projects or strategies on this page by searching for specific keywords or searching by category in the fields shown.

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Arts & culture

Professional Attachment Program 2019 – Music Action Plan

To support the development of music industry professionals on the Gold Coast, the City is offering highly motivated individuals the opportunity to undertake professional paid attachments.

Navigate: Young Artist Development Program 2018

The City is offering up to 10 young and emerging Gold Coast creatives the opportunity to undertake the Navigate: Young Artist Development Program.

LENSGC 2019

City of Gold Coast’s Arts and Culture Unit are seeking expressions of interest from writers/poets, digital content creators, photographers, film makers/videographers, sound artists.

Graffiti projects and murals

City of Gold Coast implements projects to reduce graffiti in different ways. This may include working with young people to divert them from criminal behaviour, reducing access to spray paint or beautifying graffiti hotspots.

LENSGC 2019 - Visual Literacy: Between Photographs & Words

In support of LENSGC 2019 the City is offering the opportunity for Gold Coast artists to participate in a workshop with previous LENSGC program participant Aaron Chapman.

Music Action Plan – The Business of Music

The Business of Music is a new 12-week course starting Tuesday 9 July that teaches Gold Coast-based musicians, creatives and producers the critical business skills necessary to sustain a long and prosperous music career.

Gold Coast Cultural Precinct

A striking new cultural destination is under development on Australia’s Gold Coast. HOTA, Home of the Arts will be a heart for arts, culture and creative enterprise.

Arts Organisations Triennial Funding Program

The Arts Organisations Triennial Funding Program (AOTFP) is for emerging and established organisations and groups delivering an annual program of arts and cultural activity within the City of Gold Coast.

Green Bridge

The Green Bridge pedestrian and cycle link will provide a vital gateway between HOTA and Surfers Paradise via Chevron Island.

Show me the money – Arts funding workshop series

As part of our commitment to ensuring local artists have the opportunity to thrive, the City of Gold Coast is offering a series of arts funding workshops and events in April and May.

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