Want access to leading creative industry specialists to help you transform your career pathway, gain practical advice and industry insights or grow your project or arts business?

The Creative Business Champions provides FREE, personalised one-on-one online consultations in a number of areas: 

  • producing and leading First Nations arts and cultural initiatives
  • business growth
  • arts leadership
  • arts and cultural tourism experiences
  • grant writing and fundraising
  • driving social outcomes through the arts
  • thriving in the live music industry
  • building cultural competency
  • arts marketing
  • digital competency

The Creative Business Champions are available to creative business, venues, collectives, festivals, not-for-profit organisations, local councils, individual artists (emerging to established) or anyone else working in the arts.

To find out more or book a consultation go to https://rasn.org.au/cbc/

The Creative Business Champions are an initiative of Arts Queensland, delivered as part of the Regional Arts Services Network (RASN).

 

“CAA, as the RASN Provider for SEQN, has achieved remarkable outcomes in just under 3 years of operation. CAA’s rapid rise is the result of tapping into a significant unmet need in the arts sector in their region. The lean start of the company in the first 12 months and the cross-sector projects that it focussed on that allowed CAA to thrive throughout Covid by providing critical support to an industry on its knees.”

Qld Music Festival 

 

“Woodfordia Inc had the pleasure recently of hosting CAA’s ‘Indigenous Visual Arts Residency’. CAA’s reputation and alignment with Woodfordia Inc values ensured our organisations involvement and support of the project.

Our 500 acre site on Jinibara country was utilised along with our onsite accommodation… the results of the residency were stunning and the benefit to both Industry and Artists evidenced by the overwhelming accolades voiced by both the Artists and attending guests. ‘World class’ was a term used more than once.”

Woodfordia Inc.