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Supports interstate and overseas opportunities that grow Queensland’s cultural economy, increase exposure, facilitate business and career growth, and expand markets and export revenue potential for Queensland-based musicians, performing artists and organisations.

The Fund supports market exposure and development opportunities for individuals or groups including:

  • enabling Queensland-based artists’ and artsworkers’ participation in interstate and overseas buyers’ marketplaces
  • extension of scope/scale of market activity showcasing
  • attending key interstate and overseas market events to grow commissioning and presentation opportunities for Queensland artists.

Location: National (Australia)

Who Can Apply:

  • Government
  • Non-Government
  • Education
  • Community Groups

There are two streams of funding available:

  • Construction of a new memorial to commemorate Australian service personnel killed whilst serving in the Australian Defence Force in Afghanistan.
  • Construction of an interactive memorial walking track dedicated to Australian service personnel from the Vietnam war.
  • Development of a digital honour roll and interpretive signage to commemorate the history of service personnel from a particular region.
  • Publication of a book commemorating Australian service personnel from the Malayan Emergency.
  • Development of a documentary commemorating Australian Prisoners of War.

Applicants must:

  • Be based in Australia
  • Have written confirmed invitation or endorsement from the interstate or overseas market/partner
  • Not receive Arts Queensland funding of more than $700,000 per annum of multi-year funding
  • If based outside of Queensland: be able to clearly demonstrate how their application will grow outcomes and benefit Queensland-based artists and the performing arts sector, and not receive core funding through either Creative Australia or equivalent State agencies to Arts Queensland.

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