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Regional Arts NSW’s ArtLinks

                          Links we love On the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, South West Arts recently screened this film by Maradhal-bu Yandhul-bu Giilang-galang Yalbilingidhi Sometimes it's tough being an Early Career Artists, this factsheet from the AusCo explores the effort versus the reward 7 Things The Guardian learned about art in 2013 Exploring dramatic form in Ruby Moon. Read more

CASP Funds 120 New Projects in 2014

In co-ordination with Arts NSW and the NSW Government, Regional Arts NSW is delighted to announce the successful funding applicants of the Country Arts Support Program (CASP) for 2014. Read more

Sharpening The Arts | Regional Arts Australia

In June 2013, Regional Arts Australia, the peak body for national advocacy and development of the arts in regional Australia, initiated a national consultation where people engaged with the arts in regional, remote and very remote parts of the country had the opportunity to contribute their views on the Arts in their communities. Read more

Regional Arts NSW’s ArtLinks

                                       Links we love Have art, need dosh. The Australia Council Arts Funding Guide for 2014 might help. Read more

Happy New Year from RANSW

Regional Arts NSW wishes everyone all the best in 2014. The Wood Horse year is a time of fast victories and unexpected adventure, where energy is high and production is rewarded. Read more

New RADO for Arts Mid North Coast

Kevin Williams has commenced as the new RADO for Arts Mid North Coast. Kevin brings 25 years of experience in arts management, tourism and community development. Read more

Corroboree | Black Arts Market

 This November, Regional Arts NSW funded a group of Aboriginal artists and arts development officers from across state to travel and stay in Sydney, to attend the inaugural Corroboree Sydney festival. Read more

Regional Arts NSW’s ArtLinks

                                    Links we love  Miss out on RAF? Here are 5 tips for regional towns who  were unsuccessful in arts grants. Read more

Birrang | The Blak Dog by Rayma Johnson

On Thursday, 3 October, Regional Arts NSW visited NAISDA Dance College to attend a viewing of dance artist and choreographer, Rayma Johnson’s new work-in-development, The Blak Dog. Read more

Creative Industries Event Sparks Bright Ideas

Last week, Regional Arts NSW visited Albury-Wodonga to attend the creative industries symposium hosted by Murray Arts, Bright Sparks. This is the second year the conference has run, and an audience of 75 were gathered at the Butter Factory, Gateway Island, to listen to speakers Clare Bowditch and Mark Tuckey, as well as attend forums and workshops facilitated by successful local business people. Read more

Regional Arts eBulletin Survey

Regional Arts NSW updated the format of our eBulletin in January of this year, to be in-line with our new website.  The purpose of this survey is to hear your thoughts on the changes and our eBulletin content, so that we can use your responses to help us to provide you with relevant content that you enjoy. Read more