Regional Hub service delivery: Regional Arts & Cultural Coordinators (RACC)
** This program is currently on hold **
In 2013 Arts Nexus developed the RACC team model delivering services and support across the regions of Far North Queensland. This model has successfully delivered training, networking opportunities, promotion and advice to artists throughout the regional hub areas by identifying and supporting local and regional arts and cultural initiatives. The RACC Team provided successful workshops entitled ‘Funding Fundamentals and Sustainability in the Arts’ funded by RADF in partnership with local Regional Councils.
RACC’s are established Arts Practitioners that are actively involved in the creative industry in their own right. Being able to promote themselves as RACC’s under the recognised framework of Arts Nexus, their work has increased and attracted funding through the financial management, promotional opportunity and association with Arts Nexus and it’s long history of regional service delivery. The RACCs contribute to the organisation’s newsletters to promote their hub members and the organisation, encourage membership, promote Arts Nexus to their community and develop opportunities to collaborate with each hub RACC.
This program is currently on hold until we have an opportunity to review it, evaluate and plan a future program. Arts Nexus will continue to review this model to ensure it is sustainable, innovative and responsive to the membership’s needs.
If you have any inquiries or would like workshops delivered in your area, support for projects and creative ideas, please do not hesitate to contact us email at [email protected]