Arts and Health Australia (AHA) is calling for Artists, Designers, Photographers, and Community Groups to submit a design idea for the large-scale fibreglass sculptures that will dot the Port Macquarie Hastings landscape from the mountains to the sea to create an official "Hello Koalas Public Sculpture Trail". Read more
The NSW Minister for the Arts, George Souris, has announced the new, 2013 NSW Visual Arts Fellowship for Emerging Artists, a $30,000 award open to visual artists currently living in NSW and within their first eight years of practice. Read more
RANSW congratulates the regional participants in the 2013 Indent Skills Recognition Program .
Indent is the youth project of MusicNSW and has just announced the 18 young people who will complete a TAFE Certificate II in Live Production, Theatre and Events through their voluntary work putting on music events in their local communities in 2013. Read more
Orana Arts encourages Aboriginal artists in the region to apply for the Left Field Project (LFP). This opportunity is available to Aboriginal artists across the Orana region which covers the Dubbo, Narromine, Gilgandra, Mid-Western and Warrumbungle local government areas. Read more
7 - 14 July 2013
Regional Arts NSW will join in celebrations across the state during NAIDOC week.
Outback Arts : Walgett & Bourke
Bourke: Monday 8th July 10-12pm: 2CUZ radio community open day with formal presentation of commemorative plaque to thank radio for their service to the Aboriginal community. Read more
The state Minister for the Arts, George Souris, has announced that the state government will review the Arts Funding Program (AFP) at the same time as reviewing the Arts and Cultural Policy for NSW. Read more
Black Swan Prize for Portraiture
First Prize $45,000 (non Acquisitive)
People’s Choice Prize $7,500 (non Acquisitive)
The 2013 Black Swan Prize for Portraiture will take place in September 2013 in Western Australia. Read more
Round 2 of the Tourism Industry Regional Development Fund (TIRF) Grants Program has opened.
The competitive merit-based TIRF Grants Program offers grants from $50,000–$250,000 on a matched dollar-for-dollar funding basis, to assist tourism operators increase the quality and range of visitor experiences in regional Australia. Read more
Prepare to Exchange is funded by the Australian Government through the Regional Arts Fund and by Derbyshire County Council.
Arts OutWest is helping local artists share and sell their work to the world. Read more
Queanbeyan City Council extends an invitation to all artists and craftspeople who reside in the Queanbeyan, Palerang, Cooma Monaro or Yass Valley Local Government Areas to enter the Queanbeyan City Council Regional Art Awards. Read more
Issue 2 of the Museums & Galleries NSW Exhibitions Register for 2013 is now open for submissions.
The Exhibitions Register is M&G NSW’s free electronic publication promoting touring exhibitions available to the museum and galleries sector in NSW and across Australia. Read more