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New RANSW Aboriginal Arts Development Officer, Aroha Groves

  Regional Arts NSW is excited to welcome Aroha Groves to the position of Aboriginal Arts Development Officer this week. Aroha is of the Weilwan and Gomeroi nations, Weridjerong and Gamilaraay language groups of NSW, and she is an accomplished, award-winning artist in her own right. Read more

Science Grants to Spark Innovation

  Would you like to work with local scientists to bring to life an art-meets-science event for public presentation during National Science week (10-18 August)? Inspiring Australia is offering a total of $40,000 for regional community groups towards science activities and events to mark National Science Week 2013 (10-18 August). Read more

Birrang begins...

  The Birrang dance program commenced this week at Carriageworks with workshop leaders include; Frances Rings, Kirk Page, Jade Dewi Tias Tungall, Victoria Hunt, Jo Clancy, Lisa Duff and Narelle Benjamin. Read more

Artist in Profile > Loren-Jade Ryan

  You would be hard pressed to find a 19-year-old as positive as Loren-Jade Ryan. She's a sassy, little miss sunshine. Hailing from the Australian country music scene heartland, Tamworth, this talented, Aboriginal singer and has already enjoyed huge career highlights, performing with Troy Cassar-Daley, and appearing at the Saltwater Freshwater Festival. Read more

Think Yellow with Wagga Waggafest 2013

  Share your story about Wagga Wagga to win $5000 in cash and prizes with the 3rd Wagga Waggafest short film competition.  This year’s Wagga Waggafest theme is yellow – an element of the City Brand adopted in 2010 – and all films must somehow encorporate yellow in the two to four minute film. Read more

2013 HIVE Production Fund

  CALL OUT FOR PROPOSALS > If you’re an artistic filmmaker who’s ears buzz when you hear words like audacious, bold and original, then you’re ready for The Hive. Read more

Volunteer Grants 2013 Closing Soon

  Volunteers are a key part of the arts community and many projects exist and thrive as a direct result of their contribution.  If you belong to a not-for-profit arts organisation whose volunteers assist disadvantaged communities and encourage inclusion of vulnerable people in community life, then you may be eligible for funding from the Volunteers Grant. Read more