A group of brain injury survivors have lent their artistic skills to decorate puzzle pieces for a community arts project designed to raise awareness and funds in the fight to tackle loneliness. Read more
Jamie-Lea Trindall is the Executive Director of Outback Arts.
Born in Coonamble NSW, Jamie-Lea completed her HSC at Coonamble High School and went on to undertake her Bachelor of Art Education College of Fine Arts UNSW, with a major in Sculpture and a minor in Photography, immersing herself in Art Education, Aboriginal history and the research roles of arts workers. In 2009 Jamie-Lea returned to her hometown to take on the role of Executive Director for Outback Arts. Read more
The arts scene in far west NSW is buzzing with excitement following the recent opening of the Outback Arts Creative Arts Centre in Coonamble.
The Centre will serve as a creative hub for the far west region, adding to Outback Arts strong cultural program, and making it easier for people in the region to enjoy local arts and cultural experiences. Read more
Applications are now open for the Dreaming Award, which was established in 2012 to support an inspirational young First Nations artist aged 18-30 years to create a major body of work through mentoring and partnerships. Read more