The humble sweatbox is an iconic symbol of the agricultural heritage around the West Darling region. A wooden box once used to transport and “sweat” dried fruit from the vineyard drying ground to the packing shed for processing. Read more
RANSW sadly farewells Sarah McEwan, the Communications and Projects Officer for Eastern Riverina Arts.
Sarah has been a valued member of the network since May 2010 but is moving on to focus on her own artistic practice. 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
Part-time 15 hours per week
Eastern Riverina Arts is currently seeking an experienced, part-time communications and administration officer to take command of the organisation’s internal and external communications. Read more
Regional Arts Australia is currently conducting a series of consultations across the nation with people engaged in the arts and cultural development, allied regional organisations, national organisations with significant regional interests, state, territory and local government representatives. Read more
Regional Arts NSW welcomes Juliette Winterflood as the new Regional Arts Development Officer for South West Arts.
Juliette will facilitate the development of projects and initiatives to promote arts and community cultural development in the South West region of New South Wales. Read more
The 2014 Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is now open to applications for arts projects that will be funded next year.
One in three Australians live in regional, rural and remote parts of Australia, and the RAF Fund recognises this and supports sustainable cultural development in these communities in NSW. Read more
Thursday 19th April, following the Annual General Meeting, Regional Arts NSW hosted our annual dinner at Simmer on the Bay. Attendees traveled from across the state to represent their regions and organisations, and the space at Walsh Bay was filled with people passionate about the arts in regional areas. Read more
The Birrang dance program commenced this week at Carriageworks with workshop leaders include; Frances Rings, Kirk Page, Jade Dewi Tias Tungall, Victoria Hunt, Jo Clancy, Lisa Duff and Narelle Benjamin. Read more
South West Arts is savouring its final days with its energetic RADO, Alyce Fisher, who is heading overseas in May. Bubbly Alyce is leaving Deniliquin to teach at a summer camp in south-western New Hampshire and then travel the world. Read more