Arts Organisations Triennial Funding Program
Our Arts Organisations Triennial Funding Program provides funding to Gold Coast based arts and cultural organisations over 2022–2024.
The Program aims to strategically grow the local arts and culture sector by supporting emerging and established arts and cultural organisations to develop new work, entrepreneurship, artistic excellence and cultural leadership.
Funding supports a diverse local arts sector; raising the profile of arts in our city; growing audiences’ engagement with the arts and building local creative employment. The program also helps arts organisations develop sustainable businesses.
2022–24 funding recipients
We have invested $2.1 million into 12 organisations over the 3 years ($700,000 per year).
ARC Circus Co
ARC Circus is a multi-faceted international performing arts company celebrating and creating extraordinary stories through the power of circus, dance, and theatre.
Blank Gold Coast
Blank Gold Coast will help build the Gold Coast’s live, original music sector though its new business entity Gold Coast Music Network.
Corrina Bonshek and Collaborators
Corrina Bonshek and Collaborators create immersive, contemporary music-led works that provoke wonder and joy at the beauty of nature.
Everybody NOW! specialises in community engaged performance projects created with and for communities.
Gold Coast Film Festival
The Gold Coast Film Festival aims to bring film to life in a distinctly Gold Coast way for local and visiting audiences and to help grow and support Queensland's screen industry.
Gold Coast Multicultural Arts Group In Collaboration Inc (GCMAGIC)
GCMAGIC practices across multiple artforms with a focus on people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Karul Projects (Yugambeh for ‘everything') is a professional First Nations contemporary dance company.
Mint Art House
Mint Art House is the Gold Coast’s freshest artist-run studio and gallery space.
Shock Therapy Productions
Shock Therapy Productions is a performing arts company that tells stories that are thought provoking, dynamic and entertaining, celebrating both the confronting and cathartic nature of performance.
SWELL Sculpture Festival
SWELL Sculpture Festival specialises in public art projects that connect people, art and place including its signature SWELL Sculpture Festival – an annual outdoor sculpture exhibition.
Storyfest is a nationally recognised youth literature organisation that presents an annual writers festival, nurturing emerging writers and providing opportunities for readers and writers alike.
The Farm is a dance–theatre company creating bold new works that push the boundaries of contemporary dance.
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