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Small Town Ready to Host Film Festival for Country Kids’ Big Dreams

The Country Education Foundation of Canowindra is excited to announce the Cano Mocs and Docs 2804 short film festival supported by the Age of Fishes Museum and the Cabonne Council. The short film festival will be hosted in Canowindra at the Age of Fishes Museum on October 13, 2018 and feature short-form documentaries and mockumentaries from all over the world. Read more

Artstate Festival and Conference Launched in Bathurst

Today at the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, Regional Arts NSW launched Artstate Bathurst, the second iteration of a four-year program building upon conversations, partnerships and opportunities for regional artists and arts organisations. Read more

A Two-Day Directing Intensive: Helping Screen Directors in Regional Australia Achieve their Career Dreams

Aspiring directors across Australia have the opportunity to get closer to achieving their career dreams by spending two days with Walkley Award-winning Documentary Filmmaker Anna Broinowski (Forbidden Lies) and multi-award winning Drama Director Ana Kokkinnos (Pulse) who will both present at Screenworks’ Directing Intensive being held at Linneaus Estate on July 7th and 8th. Read more

New Board for South East Arts

The recent Annual General Meeting of South East Arts held at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre, welcomed new board members and farewelled outgoing members. Ian Campbell has stepped down as Chair, but remains on the Marketing and Fundraising sub-committee and Silas Dunstan stepped down as Treasurer after five years of service. Other departing members were Trisha Dixon and Steve Ross. Read more

Job Opportunity | Glasshouse, Regional Gallery Curator

The Regional Gallery Curator is responsible for the day-to-day management and coordination of the Glasshouse Regional Gallery, including management of Council’s collection of art works, presentation of an annual program of exhibitions and events, to promote community participation in artistic and cultural practices, foster audience development and enhance visitation. Read more

Job Opportunity | Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Gallery Technical Officer

As the leading visual arts organisation in the Riverina, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery inspires a vibrant, innovative and diverse regional arts culture: engaging with our local and global communities, supporting artists, and promoting a flourishing and experimental creative environment accessible to all. Read more