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STARTS Get New Team Member

Southern Tablelands Arts (STARTS) have appointed Giselle Newbury as the latest addition to their team. Giselle has studied creative writing, ran an antiquarian bookshop and art gallery in Taralga and Goulburn and is the mother of two children. Read more


REGIONAL RESIDENCY Regional Arts NSW has partnered with Artspace Visual Arts Centre to offer a 12-week residency at the end of 2013. Read more

RANSW New Website

It's finally here! A long time in the making but RANSW has begun the year by launching the fresh new-look website. The website will feature artist profiles and interviews; news stories; information on grants, insurance and upcoming events; jobs and career opportunities; links and resources relating to all things Regional Arts NSW. Read more

Staff Additions to RANSW for 2013

RANSW is excited to welcome aboard new members to our team for 2013. Millie McMahon has been appointed to the position of full-time Administration Officer and will commence in February. Read more

South West Arts welcomes new board members

South West Arts held its Annual General Meeting and Strategic Planning session on 19 May 2012 at the Wanganella Hall. The AGM saw the RAB welcome their new board members: Tertia Butcher from Hay, Julie Cassar from Blighty, Phil Nunn from Tocumwal and Linda Duffy from Deniliquin. Read more

Season's Greetings from Regional Arts NSW

Regional Arts NSW wish all our subscribers a very merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to continuing to deliver top regional arts news from around the state in 2013. Read more

Arts North West appoints Aboriginal Arts Officer

Lorrayne Riggs has been appointed to the new position of Aboriginal Arts Officer at Arts North West. She will fill the much-needed role supporting the development and sustainability of Aboriginal arts and cultural practice in the New England North West region. Read more

Access All Areas: A passport to partnerships for artists of all abilities

Supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW and Ageing, Disability and Home Care, Regional Arts NSW is presenting a number of workshops across the state during November to assist arts organisations and disability services organisations to develop great arts projects for artists of all abilities. The Access All Areas: A passport to partnerships for artists of all abilities workshops will be facilitated by Anne Dunn, a highly experienced mediator, facilitator and organisational developer in the corporate, government and community sectors. Details for all the workshop sessions are available on our website. Read more