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Artstate Moves to Bathurst for 2018 Festival and Conference

Bathurst was announced as the next regional host city for Artstate 2018 on Saturday night at the Artstate Dinner in Lismore. The announcement was made by Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Don Harwin, MLC, followed by a ceremonial handover and exchange of gifts from Widjabul Elders from Bundjalung country to the Wiradjuri elders. Read more

Regional Arts NSW Heads to Artstate Lismore

The Regional Arts NSW office will be closed from 29th November until 4 December for the inaugural Artstate Lismore, a four-day event that will welcome an anticipated 200 arts industry delegates to Northern NSW. Read more

Artstate Lismore Launched at Australian Museum

Today at The Australian Museum, Regional Arts NSW announced the program for the inaugural Artstate NSW, a four-day event that will welcome an anticipated 200 arts industry delegates from 30th November to 3rd December 2017. Read more

New Guidelines for Quick Response Grants Support International Opportunities & Creative Recovery

New guidelines have now been released for 2017-2018 Regional Arts Fund Quick Response Grants, an Australian Government program that supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote communities in Australia. The program is managed by Regional Arts Australia and Regional Arts NSW, and supports professional, skills and arts development opportunities that arise at short notice. Read more

Regional Arts NSW Grants | Q&A with Prudence Tan

To celebrate the opening of the 2018 rounds of the Country Arts Support Program and Regional Arts Fund Community Grants, Regional Arts NSW sat down with our very own Grants & Projects Manager, Prudence Tan to talk about applying for Regional Arts NSW grants. Read more

Applications Now Open for the Regional Arts Fund 2018

Applications are now being accepted for the Regional Arts Fund (RAF), an Australian Government initiative that supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote communities in Australia. The program is managed by Regional Arts Australia and Regional Arts NSW, and is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities. Read more