Lex Marinos features in Ghosts in the Scheme developed through Project Cosmopolitana.
The world premiere of the theatre production, Ghosts in the Scheme, on Wednesday 2 September, marks the culmination of more than two years work to bring the stories of the early migrants who came to the Cooma and Canberra regions to work on the Snowy Mountains Scheme. Read more
The amazing array of talent of Aboriginal young people in the Armidale area will be showcased at the first Festival of the Brave with the main event on Saturday 13 December at the Armidale Showgrounds. Read more
Stories of young people in Singleton come to the stage after a five month Regional Arts Funded project involving theatre maker Tamara Gazzard, Arts Upper Hunter, Broken Leg Theatre, Singleton Council and ABC Open. Read more
The final free stargazing event for (We are all made of) Stardust will be held in Jindera on 9 October 2014. The evening will also include Aboriginal storytelling, charcoal drawing and the dramatic astrophotography of Greg Gibbs. Read more
Artistic Director at Opera Queensland, Regional Arts NSW Board member and chair of South East Arts, Lindy Hume's keynote address at the Arts & Edges conference in Kalgoorlie-Boulder in October will centre on how regional cultural organisations and all levels of government can value and foster work produced regionally. Read more
A partnership which began in 2010 between South West Music and South West Arts to deliver a series of concerts under the Bush Concert Project and the long standing Deniliquin Concert Series, continues to bring top live music events to Deniliquin. Read more
The Australian Country Music People's Choice Awards have been a regular part of the Tamworth Music Festival for the last 15 years. This year, the finalists list pays tribute to several young, regional NSW talents. Read more
Opera New England is pleased to announce its second production in 2014, Puccini's La Boheme.
Directed by George Torbay with musical direction by Bruce Menzies, this production will be sung in English and again feature young conservatorium trained students in key roles. Read more
Robert Merritt was brought up on the Erambie Aboriginal Mission in Cowra. Merritt wrote The Cake Man, a play set in the story of his childhood, whilst in isolation in Bathurst and it was first performed in 1975 at the newly-formed Black Theatre in Redfern. Read more