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2018 Annual Appeal Looks to NERAM’s Future

The New England Regional Art Museum is asking the community to support the development of the NERAM Foundation’s by donating money to the 2018 NERAM Annual Appeal. The NERAM Foundation invests the funds raised with the aim of generating an ongoing income stream to assist the operations of the New England Regional Art Museum each year. Read more

RAF Project | REC Ya Shorts 2018 Escapes to New Regions

Now in its fourth year, the REC Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival is rolling out around Regional Australia for 2018, on the search for the next wave of young Australian filmmakers. This year’s program will also see over 70 in-school filmmaking and mental health workshops come to schools throughout Regional NSW for students interested in learning what it’s all about behind the camera lens. Read more

Mullum Music Festival 2018 First Line-Up Announcement

Celebrating its 11th year the small but mighty Mullum Music Festival (November 15-18) is giving music lovers a taste of the wonders to come with its first artist announcement. Travelling from all corners of the world to rock the NSW North Coast town of Mullumbimby, the line-up includes the electrifying Nigerian Tuareg guitarist and songwriter, ‘The Sultan of Shred’, Bombino with his band. Read more

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