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AQ Case Studies

Explore case studies about activities and organisations funded through Arts Queensland programs as well as other projects and initiatives that offer useful reflections on practice and outcomes for you and your arts business.

Performing virtually – Mirndiyan Gununa Aboriginal Corporation

The Mornington Island Dance Troupe captivated audiences virtually following the cancellation of their trip to the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2020 due to COVID.

21 Jul 2021

The Kitchen Sessions Equipment Upgrade

The Kitchen Sessions variety arts show presented a weekly live stream of North Queensland musicians, visual artists and arts-aligned businesses in 2020. An upgrade in technology increased the professional output and production values of the project. 

2 Jul 2021

Live at the Grounds Burdekin Drive-In Theatre

At the height of COVID restrictions, the Burdekin Theatre team got creative and presented a drive-in outdoor music concert at the Ayr Showgrounds.
 

16 Jun 2021

Hear Me Roar - Delivering female-driven arts by regional communities for regional communities

In late 2020 Creative Regions took the show on the road, touring a powerhouse cabaret production Delta Divas celebrating strong female music icons and changemakers of the 60s and 70s era through Bundaberg and North Burnett communities.

4 Jun 2021

Activating spaces during COVID - Wynnum Fringe Festival

From musical cabaret at Wynnum Opera House, comedy and theatre at the old church hall (Winston ChurchHall), circus acts in Mrs Quinn's Carpark, and dance performances at Kelleher’s Dance Academy, Wynnum exploded with creative activity as the bayside community became home to a new fringe festival in 2020.

18 May 2021

Casey Barnes takes Town of a Million Dreams to towns across Queensland

Queensland country music artist Casey Barnes toured regional Queensland with his latest album as part of a push for live music during COVID restrictions

5 May 2021