Salisbury Artist Among 16 QLD Artists To Receive Funding From the State Government

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Sixteen artists will be funded by the Palaszczuk Government to help them develop professionally and establish international partnerships. In Salisbury, talented artist Angelah Loh is the lucky recipient of the funding.

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Minister for the Arts Leanne Enoch has recently announced this wonderful initiative by the government.

“An investment of $96,628 through Arts Queensland’s Individual Fund will have a positive impact in the arts sector and will help put our wonderful Queensland artistic talent on the world stage,” she said.

The amount of $5,007 will be given to Ms Loh to support her mid-career mentorship at the 2018 Yarrabah Band Festival. Ms Loh is part of the management of the Camerata Queensland Chamber Orchestra.

She is graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queensland University of Technology and has gone through interesting career as a Stage Manager, Technical Manager and Production Coordinator.

The government has chosen artists in various expertise such as visual arts, classical music, writing, community engagement, and contemporary music.