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Artist with Disability Jeremy Hawkes Awarded $30k Create NSW 2018-19 Fellowship

Lismore-based artist with disability Jeremy Hawkes has been awarded a $30,000 2018/19 Creative Development Fellowship from Create NSW that will support him in completing studio based research and development, fund a residency at the Berlin Art Institute, see him attend national and international arts conferences and study at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in New York. Read more

CASP Project | Journeys: Maitland is my Home

As another year draws to a close, Regional Arts NSW is looking back on some of our 2018 grant recipients and their projects. One such project is Journeys: Maitland is my Home, a Maitland Regional Museum exhibition supported by the Country Arts Support Program. Read more

Fresh Pastures for Iconic TV Series Filmed in the Tweed

An important piece of local and television history will return to the screen, thanks to lobbying from the Tweed Regional Museum and passionate community members. The museum has been collaborating with the ABC to secure the re-release of a local classic - the iconic and nationally significant 1969 ABC TV mini series; Pastures of the Blue Crane. This finally happened last month. Read more

Tweed Regional Museum Working Towards Dementia Awareness

Tweed Regional Museum's Director, Judy Kean and her staff have been recognised by Dementia Australia for their efforts to make the museum a more accessible place for people with dementia. The Tweed Dementia Action Group recently presented Ms Kean with a certificate of recognition. Read more

Mudgee's Sculptures in the Garden Exhibited its Biggest Ever Collection

Australia’s premier regional sculpture exhibition, Sculptures in the Garden, was held at Rosby winery in Mudgee over the weekend with over 3,500 people attending the much-anticipated annual event, up a thousand people from last year. Special guest and revered patron of Australian art, Wendy Whiteley opened the exhibition, which showcased the largest ever collection of works with nearly 50% sold throughout the weekend. Read more

Four Winds 2019 Easter Festival Program Announced

James Crabb, Four Winds Artistic Director, has launched the Four Winds 2019 Easter Festival promising a full Program which will take you on a journey to Discover Music in Nature, , different musical cultures and traditions as well as great classical works. Read more