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CUT SNAKE

  Director Paige Rattray and her nimble-limbed trio of actors have attracted acclaim for a while now, since Cut Snake (written by Amelia Evans and Dan Giovannoni) first hit the stage in Victoria. Read more

Birrang > Opportunity for Regional Dancers

  RANSW has partnered with Ausdance NSW and Bangarra Dance Theatre in association with NAISDA Dance College, Carriageworks and the Australian Film, Television and Radio School to develop Birrang, a program of opportunities developed for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander dance artists based in NSW. Read more

Creative Partnerships Australia

  In February, Arts Minister Simon Crean announced that Fiona Menzies will be CEO of the new single agency to drive a new culture of giving and investment in Australia’s cultural sector. Read more

NSW Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund

  The NSW Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund (ARAF) is calling for applications. Projects can include (but are not limited to) workshops, artist-in-residence programs, exhibitions, arts activities as part of festivals or events, public art, performances and professional development. Read more

NAIDOC Poster Competition

  CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS The National NAIDOC Poster Competition is an opportunity for talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to have their artwork, based on the National NAIDOC theme, showcased across Australia as part of NAIDOC celebrations. Read more

Follow RANSW on Twitter

  Join the conversation! For timely updates on events and news from across regional and remote NSW, you should be following us on Twitter. Read more

All Happening on the Western Frontier

  Western Riverina Arts is a recent success story for Regional Arts NSW. After several years of lobbying the local councils and the government, Western Riverina Arts was created in 2010 and Dr Greg Pritchard was appointed as the inaugural RADO for our network's newest RAB. Read more

ArtsJob > Community Cultural Inclusion Officer

  Annoucing a new exciting arts position in the ACT. The ACT Community Cultural Inclusion Officer (CCIO) assists artists and the community in planning their arts and cultural projects, within a community cultural development context. Read more

February RADO Meeting

  Gathered from every corner of the state, our 14 RADOs (Regional Arts Development Officers) came together in Walsh Bay for our first quarterly meeting of the year over three days in February. Read more