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
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
Caroline Downer is the Executive Director of Arts North West with over 20 years’ experience in the gallery sector, in curatorial and public programs and as the previous Director of the New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale. Read more
The New England Writers' Centre hosted its first 'story starter' community storytelling session in August, as part of the Stories Connect program.
Funded by CASP, the Stories Connect program encourages creative expression and connections between newly-resettled Ezidi refugee families and the broader Armidale community, through the sharing and creation of stories, pictures and music. Read more
Create NSW has unveiled its new Artform Advisory Boards, with regional NSW well represented on nine of the 10 Boards.
The Artform Advisory Board will assess applications made to the Arts and Cultural Funding Program to provide recommendations and advice to the Minister on strategic directions for the sector. Read more