The Tamborine Mountain Arts Collective receives RADF grant for feasibility study to determine the merits of an Arts Hub on the Mountain
TMAC (Tamborine Mountain Arts Collective) has received an RADF grant for $9039 to be used for a feasibility study to determine the merits of an Arts Hub on the mountain.
We extend a big, warm , public THANK YOU to Andrew Wright, Artistic Director , Goat Track Theatre Company who is auspicing the grant , and to each of the community organizations, local businesses and individuals who gave letters of support and personal support to the application by TMAC.
The feasibility study, which will begin in June, is to be done by Sally McKinnon from the Ethos Foundation. It will involve extensive, Community Consultation and lots of time volunteered by the members of TMAC.
With a membership of 40 plus , a solid and committed core group and strong business and community support we are confident of a positive conclusion to this study. This study includes both business and creative research to ensure a win/win for both artists and the community.
There will be a series of events in the coming months to create awareness of TMAC, its vision and mission.
We want you, people in our community, to know who we are and how together we can promote the skills of local artists to benefit everyone.
Partnership is a current buzzword and partnership gets the job done by sharing both the responsibility and the rewards. The artists who met and wrote the application did so in partnership and gave willingly of their time and knowledge.
We listened and learned and found great value in the collective effort and look forward to tangible results.
Stay tuned for more news and dates.
TMAC monthly meetings are 1st Wed of each month, 7pm at St Bernards Hotel. Annual membership is $25 due 1st July. For more information: email: tmtnarts@gmail or visit Facebook: Tmartscollective Tmac