The countdown to ARTLANDS DUBBO 2016 - the Regional Arts Australia national biennial conference has started!
There's less than 12 months until Australia's largest gathering of arts workers and practitioners come together on Wiradjuri Country in the wonderful city of Dubbo, NSW from 27-30 October, 2016. Read more
Older people throughout the world are being encouraged to make the most of their later years through physical and creative activities, and residents in towns serviced by four Regional Arts Development Organisations are showing their communities a variety of ways to engage in the arts. Read more
Aboriginal artists living in regional areas will have a further chance to build their business skills with a second round of RANSW workshops run by business advisor, David Sharpe. Read more
Almost 200 people enjoyed a fabulous five course degustation from Walsh Bay restaurants, regional wines from Canowindra's Pinnaroo Estate Wines, entertainment from South Coast's Heath Cullen and Tamworth's, Rita Walford and a silent auction of artworks donated from regional artists. Read more
MCA & Regional Arts NSW Project, 14th - 18th August 2013
Coinciding with the String Theory exhibit at the MCA, Regional Arts NSW, developed a program specifically for the Regional Arts NSW Aboriginal arts officer network, meeting their request for further professional development. Read more
On the 3-4 August 2013 during the Underbelly Arts Festival, Cockatoo Island, Sydney a group of artists from the Riverina, NSW participated in the Virtual Reality Project. Read more
As part of the NSW Arts and Disability Partnership 2012 – 2014, Regional Arts NSW presented a number of workshops across regional NSW during November 2012 to assist with building capacity and expertise in arts organisations and disability services to deliver high quality professional arts projects for people with a disability. Read more
CAMRA Toolkit online version available HERE
RANSW partnered with the University of Technology, Sydney, the University of Wollongong, the University of New England and 10 other community partners for a successful ARC Linkages Project announced on 26 September 2007. Read more
The Audience Development Program at Regional Arts NSW was a three year project funded by the Australia Council for the Arts and managed by Audience Development Specialist, Lisa Andersen. Read more
"Who are you? And why are you here?"
Lisa Andersen introduced the Collaborative Audience Research Project in an article in the Regional Arts NSW magazine, ArtReach:
Who is sitting through the thousands of musicals, theatre, movies, circuses, ballets, recitals and concerts held every year in regional New South Wales?
Who walks the miles of art galleries, museums and exhibitions from Wentworth's Sweat Box Art Exhibition in the far west to the new Tweed River Art Gallery in the far north?
Who goes to the arts in regional New South Wales?
A number of arts organisations are working together through Regional Arts NSW, Canberra Arts Marketing and the University of Technology, Sydney, to begin to answer this question in a groundbreaking collaborative research project. Read more