Cementa Contemporary Arts Festival took place from 6-9 April this year, spanning four day and nights with performances, sound, cabaret, interactive and electronic arts, video, photography, installation and ceramics. Read more
Artists are invited to an open call for submissions to one of the largest sculpture exhibitions in rural NSW – Sculptures in the Garden 2017.
Held over two days, Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th October 2017, this not for profit outdoor exhibition gives local, regional and interstate artists an avenue to exhibit their works in beautiful rural surroundings within a private garden and vineyard in Mudgee NSW. Read more
Community choirs, visual arts and photography workshops, and drama activities for adults make up a multi-arts approach to building good mental health across the NSW central west.
Running April to June, a series of eight small workshop programs will run in Bathurst, Orange, Lithgow, Cowra, Forbes, Parkes and Grenfell.
Regional arts development organisation Arts OutWest has set up the workshops on behalf of House with No Steps, who have provided the funding. Read more
A bumper 2017 program is now out for the River of Art festival, showcasing a feast of arts to delight, inspire and entertain. Running over ten days from 19 to 28 May, the festival dishes up more than 130 arts treats along the South Coast, all the way from Durras to Bermagui. Read more
Broken Hill City Council has entered an exciting new era with a number of challenges to meet and opportunities to grasp. The Council have an exciting career opportunity working within our Economic Development & Culture team as a Gallery & Marketing Assistant. Read more
AlburyCity is vibrant, rewarding and community focused. It has five Groups that work collaboratively to deliver outstanding services to our city’s residents. The Groups are Executive, Planning & Environment, Community & Recreation, Economic Development & Tourism and Engineering. Read more
Dream Big is the top annual conference for arts and culture in the Riverina. Developed in partnership between Western & Eastern Riverina Arts the one day conference is designed for everyone involved in arts and culture and an opportunity to share experiences, network and pick the brains of industry professionals. Read more
The Mitchell Conservatorium is based in the Central West of NSW, with its main administrative offices in Bathurst. Across its four centres of Bathurst, Parkes, Forbes and Lithgow, Mitchell Con offers one-to one and group music tuition, ensemble and classroom activities and performance opportunities to community members and visiting professional artists. Read more