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Creative Development Program

In 2018, a fresh rebrand of The Arts Centre Gold Coast has taken place to HOTA – Home of the Arts – to step into a more contemporary space with the expansion of the precinct and a focus on further embracing the local community with an artistic home.

HOTA wants to support art-making and provide platforms for creative development, presentation and collaboration. They want to help local artists take risks, experiment and create great art.

With a little help from the City of Gold Coast, the Creative Development opportunity, in year one, will be split into two streams, Little Bites and Big Bites. There will be a combined total funding pool of over $200,000 in cash and in-kind resources.

Stream 1 – Little Bites

For projects that need a little help to get the ball rolling. This is generally for projects that are in initial stages of development, or for projects with a clear ambition for use of space and resources at HOTA. This may look like any of the following:

o Up to $5000 in cash support; and/or
o Up to $5000 value in in-kind support, for example:
▪ Use of HOTA spaces for development of work for up to two weeks
▪ Use of HOTA spaces for presentation for up to seven days
▪ Use of HOTA technicians to assist with technical show development
▪ Use of outdoor spaces
▪ Tapping into HOTA ticketing and marketing resources for a showing

Stream 2 – Big Bites

For projects that are large, complex and delivered by a professional team with a proven track record. This may look like any of the following:
o Up to $40,000 in cash support
o Up to $40,000 value in in-kind support

Apply between 28 Nov 2018 -25 Jan 2019.

To find out more about HOTA’s Creative Development Program, eligibility criteria or to apply, visit HOTA website.

For other Gold Coast events and activities visit the Gold Coast Primary Health Network’s website: HealthyGC.com.au

PIR is a Federally funded program. Other consortia members include Gold Coast Health and Mental Health Association QLD