Walgett Aboriginal Medical Service (WAMS), in the Northern outback of NSW, recently secured funding through the 2016 Country Arts Support Program (CASP) for a series of children’s lantern and fire sculpture workshops. Read more
Cementa Festival co-director, Alex Wisser is currently seeking interest from NSW regional artists to participate in Future Public, an exhibition of propositional public artworks as a part of ARTLANDS DUBBO 2016. Read more
Minister for the Arts, Senator Mitch Fifield, has announced a total of $402,156 will go towards 21 new projects in regional, rural and remote New South Wales in 2016 through the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund. Read more
It's almost the end of 2015 and many artists will be taking a break and starting afresh with not only their practice but also getting their business affairs in order. On the list should be public liability and products liability insurance, and there's now an affordable product for you. Read more
The countdown to ARTLANDS DUBBO 2016 - the Regional Arts Australia national biennial conference has started!
There's less than 12 months until Australia's largest gathering of arts workers and practitioners come together on Wiradjuri Country in the wonderful city of Dubbo, NSW from 27-30 October, 2016. Read more
Arts Out West Aboriginal Arts Officer, Aleshia Lonsdale, has won the 2015 UNSW Art & Design Indigenous Professional Development Award. The award includes an Artist Residency at UNSW; the opportunity to work with UNSW staff in a medium of choice; a solo exhibition at EPS Gallery, UNSW and up to $500 worth of art materials, travel expenses and per diems. Read more