National Exhibition Touring Support Australia (NETS) are seeking expressions of interest from organisations or individuals with appropriate curatorial expertise to develop a major, national exhibition of moving image/screen based/digital or new media artwork that would tour to each state and territory in Australia from 2015-17. Read more
The University of New England’s School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences is seeking Expressions of Interests for a commission to design, develop and install an original site-specific artwork on the exterior wall of Psychology Building SO6. Read more
Troy Cassar-Daley's incredible country music career has inspired so many Australian musicians over the years. His support of emerging Aboriginal musicians continues this year, with the Troy Cassar-Daley Indigenous Scholarship opening for applications. Read more
Gunnedah Shire Council is currently seeking a Cultural Development Coordinator to join their team.
The Cultural Development Coordinator is responsible for providing a venue and cinema for a variety of activities including technical support to the Community and Community Development Coordinator in program delivery in the wider Council area. Read more
Last week, Regional Arts NSW visited Albury-Wodonga to attend the creative industries symposium hosted by Murray Arts, Bright Sparks. This is the second year the conference has run, and an audience of 75 were gathered at the Butter Factory, Gateway Island, to listen to speakers Clare Bowditch and Mark Tuckey, as well as attend forums and workshops facilitated by successful local business people. Read more
A new independent, micro-budgeted film that celebrates mateship and the great Australian backyard culture was made, despite the odds, with strong community support from citizens and organisations of the regional city Wagga Wagga (the hometown of co-writers Mark Grentell and Peter Cox). Read more
Sisters, Lisa O'Keefe and Stacey Clayton, live in the border country between NSW and Victoria. They have been running their jewellery brand, koolaman designs for six years from their remote homes, despite living 450 kilometres apart from one another. Read more