Case studies

Artist Michael Buckley and one of his works in the FRISE Gallery

Michael Buckley

23 January 2017

Michael Buckley’s work is influenced by his experience of brain dysfunction. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2011 and now uses his personal circumstances as inspiration. ‘I am working with the idea that ‘my brain is now not me,’ he says.

Racheal Missingham

Racheal Missingham

23 April 2015

Racheal is a Deaf circus artist based in Queensland. She has worked with Vulcana Women’s Circus in various roles since 2011, and is developing the foundation of the Deaf Arts Network for SEQ, formerly Deaf Arts Queensland, in partnership with Access Arts Queensland.

Image: Hello Goodbye Happy Birthday Credit: Pia Johnson

Roslyn Oades

20 October 2014

Roslyn received $34,521 through Theatre’s 2013 New Work Creative Development category. From 2015, applications for projects like this can be submitted through – Arts Projects – Individuals/Groups (between $10,000-$50,000) program.

Image: Director Kat Worth & the cast of Somebody Everybody Credit: Jenine Mackay

Incite Arts

20 October 2014

Incite Arts received $119,000 through Community Partnerships’ 2013 Program category. From 2015, applications for projects like this can be submitted through – Arts Projects - Organisations (between $10,000 - $150,000) program.

Image: Bunuba girls at Ngumpan KALACC Festival.  Credit: Carole Edrich (Photo Courtesy of Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Cultural Centre)

KALACC Festival

20 October 2014

KALACC received $60,000 through ATSIA’s 2013 Presentation and Promotion category. From 2015, applications for projects like this can be submitted through – Arts Projects - Organisations (between $10,000 - $150,000) program.

Image: University of Queensland Press

University of Queensland Press (UQP)

20 October 2014

University of Queensland Press (UQP) received $25,000 through Literature’s 2014 Publishing Program Grant category. From 2015, applications for projects like this can be submitted through – Arts Projects – Organisations (between $10,000-$150,000) program.

Image: Jodee Mundy with Heather Lawson, Michelle Stevens with Dennis Witcombe Credit: Pippa Dodds

Jodee Mundy

20 October 2014

Jodee received $30,000 through Community Partnerships’ 2013 Career Pathways – Structured Mentorship category. From 2015, applications for projects like this can be submitted through – Development Grants - Individuals/Groups (between $5000-$25,000) program.

Image: Tracksuit, Proximity Festival 2014 Credit: Tarryn Gill

Sarah Rowbottam

04 October 2014

Sarah Rowbottam was granted $40,000 through Theatre’s Artform and Sector Development, as well as $25,790 through Emerging and Experimental Arts: Experimental Arts Grants. This activity could fit in the 2015 grant program: Arts Projects for Organisations, and Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups.

Image: Bambert’s Book of Missing Stories creative development two Credit: Sarah Walker

Luke Kerridge

04 October 2014

Luke Kerridge was granted $19,300 through Theatre’s 2013-2014 grant category Creative Development. From 2015, activities similar to this can be funded through: Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups ($10,000 - $50,000).

Image: FATE, Western Edge Youth Arts Credit: ?

Western Edge Youth Arts

04 October 2014

Western Edge Youth Arts was granted $150,000 over three years as part of Theatre’s: Program Youth Arts. In 2015, this activity could fit in the 2015 grant program: Arts Projects Organisations ($10,000-$150,000)

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