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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

Northern Groundswell | Lismore

A subtropical university city in the far north of NSW, Lismore, is often overshadowed by its trendier, Northern Rivers neighbours in the creative stakes. Read more

Regional Arts NSW’s ArtLinks

Links we love  Dreaming of bright lights & the big smoke? City of Sydney public art tender. Creative Coast runs fantastic ticket giveaways on their Facebook. Read more

Regional Arts NSW's ArtLinks

Links we love from across NSW Outback Arts weavers are on show at the MCA in "String Theory" Arts Northern Rivers have launched a fabulous new blog Election Fever or Fatigue? Here's a look at the future of the arts after this weekend Arts OutWest have partnered with CIIC to offer free business advice to creative businesses in the Far West Hang out on Facebook with Creative Coast Powerhouse Museum Regional Internships open to individuals & small working in regional and rural cultural heritage. Read more

Eastern Riverina Arts Welcomes Madeline Ryan

Madeline joins Eastern Riverina Arts after three years at a busy advertising, PR and design consultancy in Wollongong, and prior to that she spent over three years in Sydney at the Public Relations Institute of Australia; coordinating the events, communication and professional development programs. Read more