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Have Your Say About Arts & Culture in Regional Australia

  Regional Arts Australia is currently conducting a series of consultations across the nation with people engaged in the arts and cultural development, allied regional organisations, national organisations with significant regional interests, state, territory and local government representatives. Read more

New RADO For South West Arts

  Regional Arts NSW welcomes Juliette Winterflood as the new Regional Arts Development Officer for South West Arts. Juliette will facilitate the development of projects and initiatives to promote arts and community cultural development in the South West region of New South Wales. Read more

Creative Young Stars Round #1

  Applications are now open for the Australia Government’s Creative Young Stars program. Regional Australians, aged 25 years and under, are encouraged to apply for their share in the funds to help them realise their dreams in creative and performing arts, cultural activities, school and community service and academia. Read more

Look What Just Popped Up

  Pop-ups seem to be everywhere at the moment. Regional Arts NSW interviewed Pop-Up Parramatta's Creative Broker, Merryn Spencer, (formerly of Orana Arts) as part of a series of interviews that will be featured on this website on pop-up shops, space activation and the creative scene's engagement with this movement. Read more

2014 RAF ROUND OPENS

  The 2014 Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is now open to applications for arts projects that will be funded next year. One in three Australians live in regional, rural and remote parts of Australia, and the RAF Fund recognises this and supports sustainable cultural development in these communities in NSW. Read more

Seeing Stars, SKA Art Prize 2013

  Seeing Stars is a celebration of art and astronomy inspired by the world’s largest telescope – the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) which will be co-hosted here in Australia. Read more

Sweet Dreams

  The creative potential of people with disability was on show at the Sweet Dreams event in Bathurst last week. Over the past months, dancers, storytellers, artists and musicians have been awakened through the Sweet Dreams project, a series of creative workshops in Lithgow, Bathurst and Orange for adults with a disability. Read more