The latest comings and goings in Regional Arts NSW. Deb McBride joins Arts Northern Rivers, Zoe Robinson-Kennedy heads on maternity leave, Jamie-Lea Trindall returns from maternity leave and Katelyn-Jane Dunn joins the RANSW head office. Read more
Featured at ARTLANDS DUBBO, the amazing performers from The Useless Assembly will be joined by their contemporaries from Poland, in February, to produce a unique show involving more than 20 artists with and without disability. Read more
Western Riverina Arts and Griffith Regional Art Gallery are inviting expressions of interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to be part of an exciting new project for 2017, Deep Waters - Warangesda Marramarra. Read more
Grafton Regional Gallery is seeking expressions of interest from Indigenous artists for the 2017 Artists in Residence program. Grafton Regional Gallery's Artists in Residence work from Grafton for a month, with provided house accommodation and studio space. Read more
The end of another year is almost upon us. And what a year 2016 has been for everyone in the Regional Arts NSW network! RANSW celebrated its 70th anniversary in style at the Big Shed Dinner as part of ARTLANDS DUBBO 2016. Read more
The NSW Government awarded three $50,000 NSW Regional Arts Fellowships to three artists at the ARTLANDS conference Big Shed Dinner in Dubbo.
Former Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant congratulated this year’s recipients, Bega choreographer Lee Pemberton, Sandigo artist and curator Sarah McEwan, and Muttama-based electronic artist Dr David Burraston. Read more
The Dreaming Award recognises an inspirational young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artist aged 18-26 years and supports the opportunity for them to create a major body of work through mentoring and partnerships, either nationally or internationally. Read more