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Varuna’s Publisher Introduction Program 2018

Varuna’s unique Publisher Introduction Program (PIP) is one of Australia’s most dynamic literary partnerships, opening important doors for exceptional new writers in a creative, collaborative process that aims to deliver finely honed manuscripts to leading publishers. Read more

South East Arts | The Music Keeps on Growing

For the third year in a row, South East Arts is bringing back the very successful Grow the Music program to the Far South Coast. This time, as well as workshops and a community concert at the Wallaga Lake Koori Village on 13 October, there will also be a program run with the Eden community and a public community concert at the Monaroo Bobberrer Gudu Keeping Place at Jigamy on 28 October. Read more

Outback Arts Receives $300,000 in Funding for New Creative Space

Exciting news from Outback Arts this week – the RADO has been awarded a $300,000 grant to purchase a building and redevelop the space into a Creative Hub for the far west region! MEMBER for Barwon Kevin Humphries was in Coonamble on Monday 25 September to present the cheque in NSW Government funding for Outback Arts. Read more

Regional NSW to Host Micro Music Festivals

Streets, parks and businesses in regional towns will come alive as part of a NSW Government initiative to take micro music festivals to the bush for the first time. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW John Barilaro today announced that Orange, Newcastle, Tenterfield, Tweed Shire, Wagga Wagga, Kempsey, Armidale and Mudgee will share $150,000 to host Live and Local events during 2017 and 2018. Read more

Four Winds 2018 Easter Festival Program Announced

Internationally acclaimed Sydney based musician, James Crabb, has this afternoon revealed the highlights of his inaugural program as the recently appointed Artistic Director of Australia’s iconic Four Winds Easter Festival. Read more

Arts & Health a Growing Focus for NSW Arts Sector

The intersection of arts and health has proven to be a growing focus for the arts sector, with key events by the Australian Centre for Arts and Health, Theatre Network NSW and University of New South Wales taking place in Sydney in the coming months. Read more