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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

Artstate Heads to Tamworth in 2019

On Saturday 3rd November, Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Don Harwin MLC announced Tamworth will be the next host city for Artstate, Regional Arts NSW’s celebration of arts across the state. The event will take place from Thursday, October 31st to Sunday, November 3rd 2019. Read more

RANSW Office Hours During Artstate Bathurst

Artstate Bathurst is here! From 31 October – 4 November Regional Arts NSW will be out of office and unable to respond to email or phone call queries during this time. Finance queries ONLY can call (02) 9270 2500 on Wednesday 31 October and Thursday 1 November from 9:00am – 5:00pm. Read more

Artstate Bathurst 2018 Unveils Festival Program

Today at the Australian Museum, Regional Arts NSW announced the program for Artstate Bathurst, a four-day event that will bring an expected 200 arts delegates to the city from 1st to 4th November 2018. Artstate is a four-year program presented by Regional Arts NSW which aims to shine a light on excellence in regional arts practice and to explore the exciting possibilities for arts and cultural development across the state. Read more

Regional Arts NSW | Regional Arts Fund Provides Small Festival Support

Running an arts festival in regional NSW? Suffering volunteer burnout? A new stream as part of the Regional Arts Fund can help build your event with a paid coordinator. At Regional Arts NSW, we know how hard volunteers work in regional communities, and that sometimes the juggle between work, life and festival management can be overwhelming. Read more

Artstate Festival and Conference Launched in Bathurst

Today at the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, Regional Arts NSW launched Artstate Bathurst, the second iteration of a four-year program building upon conversations, partnerships and opportunities for regional artists and arts organisations. Read more

Regional Arts Projects’ $250k Boost

Minister for the Arts Don Harwin has announced that regional and rural arts organisations from around NSW are to benefit from nearly $250,000 in small-grant funding. The Country Arts Support Program (CASP) will fund 76 organisations to support community arts and cultural development. Read more