Leading the conversation, encouraging collaboration, providing support AND celebrating the achievements of the arts and cultural sector in regional NSW.

EXPLORING LIMITS WITH BONNIE CURTIS

Quick Response Grants project Limits, choreographed and performed by Bonnie Curtis, was an exceptional success in highlighting accessibility in the arts, ensuring everyone has the opportunity to explore important topics through an artistic lens.

‘ALMOST A MIRROR’ A CONCEPTUAL SUCCESS!

Having premiered at the Tathra Hotel this past May 2022, Almost a Mirror is an edgy mash up of live music and storytelling, based on Kirsten Krauth’s popular and critically acclaimed novel and podcast series of the same name. The success of the performance has proven...

FLAMIN’ HELL CELEBRATES HEROISM AND DETERMINATION

Funded in part by the Regional Arts Fund (RAF), Flamin’ Hell, a project commissioned by the Jingellic Hub, is a reminder of the heroism and determination of the volunteer firefighters of the district during the Black Summer Bushfires that devastated the area in the summer of 2019-20.

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BECOME A MEMBER OF REGIONAL ARTS NSW — BENEFITS FOR INDIVIDUALS, COLLECTIVES & ORGANISATIONS

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Find out about the Regional Aboriginal Arts Officers Network, news, grants and opportunities.  Read more…

LATEST ARTS NEWS FROM REGIONAL NSW

REGIONAL TOWN HALLS NATIONAL CULTURAL POLICY CONSULTATION

As part of the Australian Government’s commitment to delivering a new National Cultural Policy by the end of this year, consultation has now opened for stakeholders and community members to provide their perspectives and feedback to inform the policy.

EOI | VAMP ENCOUNTER

Orana Arts invites Expressions of Interest from writers living and working in regional NSW to take part in enCounter, a writing project centred on a museum experience.

NATIONAL CULTURAL POLICY: VISUAL ARTS VOICE

NAVA is hosting five 1-hour Zoom workshops to amplify the voices of the visual arts, craft and design sector to the Australian Government’s National Cultural Policy consultation, 2 – 4 August 2022.

NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR SINGLETON ARTS AND CULTURE ADVISORY GROUP

Following the successful launch of the Singleton Arts and Cultural Centre earlier this year, Singleton Council is encouraging local creatives to be part of the Arts and Culture Advisory Group

OUR VISION: An inspired, connected, vital and empowered arts and cultural sector in regional NSW.