Arts and Cultural Funding Program Spotlight: Raghav Handa
Round 1 of the 21/22 Arts and Cultural Funding Program is open for applications – and what better way to encourage NSW artists, arts and cultural workers and organisations to apply for funding – than to showcase the diversity of funding recipients from previous years.
Raghav Handa is an Australian choreographer and performer of Indian heritage – trained in modern and Indigenous contemporary dance. Raghav received $39,827 in funding through the 2020/21 Arts and Cultural Funding Program’s Individual Projects category to create TWO – a new dance work in collaboration with internationally recognised Tabla-master, Maharshi Raval.
Raghav Handa says, “Creativity takes courage. Dance provokes the imagination and encourages our society to go further. Investment in our artists means a brave future for all.”
Applications for Individual Project funding close on Wednesday 18 August at 5pm AEST.
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