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Regional Arts Australia Survey

Regional Arts Australia is the key national body representing those working in the arts in regional, rural and remote Australia. As an advocate, Regional Arts Australia work to gain better recognition and support for the enormous contribution that regional arts make to the cultural, economic and social wellbeing of the nation. Read more

RANSW New Website

It's finally here! A long time in the making but RANSW has begun the year by launching the fresh new-look website. The website will feature artist profiles and interviews; news stories; information on grants, insurance and upcoming events; jobs and career opportunities; links and resources relating to all things Regional Arts NSW. Read more

Staff Additions to RANSW for 2013

RANSW is excited to welcome aboard new members to our team for 2013. Millie McMahon has been appointed to the position of full-time Administration Officer and will commence in February. Read more

New Courses at TAFE NSW Riverina Art & Design

TAFE NSW Riverina Art & Design (Wagga Wagga  Campus) have announced a new program of short and full time courses on offer for 2013. There are four main areas of study: Visual Arts Graphic Design Conservation and Restoration Digital Media Becoming qualified as an arts practicioner opens up many exciting career opportunities. Read more

Home Is Where The Art Is

The Northern Rivers region is known for its creative and eccentric residents. That's why the Lismore Regional Gallery wants a look at the unsual places where these locals hang their hats. Read more

The Children's Picture Book Illustrators' Initiative

Applications will open February 4th 2013 for The Children's Picture Book Illustrators' Initiative. Now in its 3rd year, the Initiative is run by the Australian Society of Authors which has secured funding from the Literature Board to offer grants of up to $15,000 are available for emerging, developing and established illustrators who have a specific project they'd like to develop. Read more