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The 2015 Regional Arts Fund (RAF) for applications for arts projects that will be taking place next year is closing Thursday, 14 August.  In 2014, Heaps Decent was successful in gaining RAF funding for the True West project to continue working with students from Broken Hill High School, Menindee Central and St Therese Community School in Wilcannia in a creative development partnership exploring music and digital visual media. Read more

ArtsJob | South West Arts

South West Arts is looking for a dynamic and self motivated person to fulfil the position of Regional Arts Development Officer/Executive Officer based in Deniliquin. Applications close Wednesday 23 July 2014. Read more

Regional Arts NSW's ArtLinks

Inaugural Arts NSW Regional Fellowship winner, Vic McEwan, talks moving from the city to the country; The Penny Paniz Memorial Arts Acquisitive Competition; photographing Indigenous cultures; artists' fees and public galleries; Indigenous Language news service ... Read more

Big Dance! Big Joy!

Bega’s Showground Pavilion, the forecourt of Port Macquarie’s Glasshouse, and Sydney Opera House will erupt with dance on Sunday 13 July as Australia takes part for the first time in the world’s biggest dance event - Big Dance. Read more


6-13 July 2014 Regional Arts NSW will join in celebrations across the state during NAIDOC week, while the work of a number of Aboriginal artists is being featured in city and country exhibitions. Read more

Cultural Camp Success Brings Growth

The combination of workshops in dance and culture which underpinned the success of the first Saltwater Freshwater Cultural Camp in 2013 has proven to be an outstanding success for the Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance. Read more

The Lake Cargelligo hip hop track is finally out!

The Lake Cargelligo hip hop track is finally out! Arts OutWest has been working with Desert Pea Media for many years. Desert Pea Media heads into communities, makes connections, spends the time to talk to elders and gets talking to young people. Read more