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Sweet Medicine | Art Pharmacy Launches Art 2.0

After an incredible career in London and Beijing, working for Lisson Gallery representing Anish Kapoor, The British Museum, and with private art collector James Birch with a collection featuring Damien Hirst and Francis Bacon, Emilya Colliver returned home to Australia. Read more

Artist In Profile | Aaron Brady

Aaron was born in Moree in 1976. He went to school at Courallie High School Moree. Aaron has autism and uses his artworks to tell stories about himself and the life around him. Read more

150 Flamin’ Teapots | Goulburn

The Country Arts Support Program is an Arts NSW devolved funding program, administered by Regional Arts NSW and local Regional Arts Boards on behalf of the NSW Government. Read more

Remixing the Apple | Jason Richardson

In a fruit-growing region like the Western Riverina, it's pretty hard to surprise the locals when it comes to the humble apple. Until Leeton resident, Jason Richardson, remixed one. Read more

The Idea of South by fLiNG

The Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is an Australian Government initiative that supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia. Read more

Wide Open Spaces

  Lisa Andersen is Senior Researcher with the Australian Research Council's CAMRA Project—Cultural Asset Mapping in Regional Australia—at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Read more

Oh My Darling! > Andrew Hull

Bush poet and Renaissance man, Andrew Hull, drew a crowd of about 300 people to Bourke Wharf on a Saturday night to witness the launch of a flotilla of 250 lanterns at dusk. Read more

Breeza Artist Camp

The Country Arts Support Program is an Arts NSW devolved funding program, administered by Regional Arts NSW and local Regional Arts Boards on behalf of the NSW Government. Read more

Look What Just Popped Up

Pop-ups seem to be everywhere at the moment. Regional Arts NSW interviewed Pop-Up Parramatta's Creative Broker, Merryn Spencer, (formerly of Orana Arts) as part of a series of interviews that will be featured on this website on pop-up shops, space activation and the creative scene's engagement with this movement. Read more

Sweet Dreams

The creative potential of people with disability was on show at the Sweet Dreams event in Bathurst last week. Over the past months, dancers, storytellers, artists and musicians have been awakened through the Sweet Dreams project, a series of creative workshops in Lithgow, Bathurst and Orange for adults with a disability. Read more