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Alyce Fisher - A wealth of opportunities on the Border

Alyce Fisher is the Executive Director of Murray Arts, based in Albury-Wodonga. Alyce is incredibly passionate about Regional Arts & Cultural Development and is no stranger to the Regional Arts Network as she was the Regional Arts Development Officer for South West Arts, based in Deniliquin, from 2009 – 2013 and re-joined the network in January 2017, as the Executive Director for Murray Arts, based in Albury-Wodonga. Read more

2020 Wired Open Labs

The 2020 Wired Open Labs Workshop Series has been released featuring 37 workshops in partnership with seven rural communities across Eastern Riverina and South West Slopes. Read more

Create NSW launches new funds

Create NSW has launched a range of exciting new funds over the past month. Applications are open for fellowships across music, theatre, dance and visual arts, and Small Project Grants (Quick Response). Read more

Screenworks offers international internship to graduate from regional Australia

Screenworks and Australians In Film (AiF) have announced that the second year of the Screenworks Regional Screen in LA Program will be the ANIMAL LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT INTERNSHIP, giving unparalleled opportunities to an undergraduate or recent graduate living in Regional Australia who wishes to pursue a career as a development executive or producer. Read more

Artstate heads to Wagga Wagga in 2020

Wagga Wagga has been announced as the host city for Artstate 2020, a celebration of excellence in Arts and Culture in Regional NSW presented by Regional Arts NSW and Eastern Riverina Arts. Read more

Jamie-Lea Trindall - creativity shines in the far west

Jamie-Lea Trindall is the Executive Director of Outback Arts. Born in Coonamble NSW, Jamie-Lea completed her HSC at Coonamble High School and went on to undertake her Bachelor of Art Education College of Fine Arts UNSW, with a major in Sculpture and a minor in Photography, immersing herself in Art Education, Aboriginal history and the research roles of arts workers. In 2009 Jamie-Lea returned to her hometown to take on the role of Executive Director for Outback Arts. Read more