Regional artists and producers in NSW are invited to submit EOIs for the upcoming SALON to be held in Sydney on Wednesday 21 July, 2021. SALON is an initiative to build relationships between NSW artists/producers and...Read More
9 Jun 2021 | Opportunities
Are you an artist local to the Eastern Riverina Arts Region? If so, you are invited to submit your EOI for Wagga Wagga Art Gallery’s upcoming Regional Artist Development (RAD) Residency Program (pilot). The program offers...Read More
Accessible Arts is excited to be working with the team at the National Gallery to help them develop their Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP). As one of the most effective ways to improve access for and inclusion of people...Read More
Arts Upper Hunter (AUH) is seeking a dynamic and experienced person to develop and support creative activity across the Dungog, Singleton, Muswellbrook and Upper Hunter Local Government areas. The Executive Director will work...Read More
From fresh authors to familiar favourites, the Mudgee Readers’ Festival is back in 2021, and a sneak peak at how the program is shaping up is now available! Held in one of regional NSW’s favourite food and wine and...Read More
The Western Riverina is set to be home to a performing arts institute, with plans for the Roxy Community Theatre in Leeton to be redeveloped. The Roxy Institute of Performing Arts (RIPA) will train young people in the Riverina...Read More
The Arts Activated Conference is Australia’s leading arts and disability forum and will feature a mix of virtual and live sessions held over three Mondays in August on the 9th, 16th and 23rd. The conference attracts over...Read More
31 May 2021 | Opportunities
Thursday 27th May brought with it two new creative businesses led by local artists to Wagga Wagga’s CBD. An initiative of Eastern Riverina Arts, RENEW WAGGA is breathing new life into empty shopfronts in Wagga Wagga and...Read More
Dr Amelia Green of Griffith University is leading a research project into the social and economic impacts of Australian silo art on both people who visit silo art and people who live in and around towns with silo art such as...Read More
28 May 2021 | Opportunities
Named for Alan Sisley (1952-2014) who was the Director for Orange Regional Gallery from 1991-2014 and was previously President of Regional & Public Galleries of NSW, the Alan Sisley Memorial Fellowship is awarded biennially...Read More
Following the RANSW Annual General Meeting on 14 April, four new Directors have been appointed to the Board of Regional Arts NSW (RANSW) – the peak body and support agency for arts and cultural development in regional NSW. In...Read More
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Last chance to submit EOIs to join the Art on Bundjalung Market this December 4, 2021! Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander artists who are from, or have a strong connection to, the Bundjalung region are encouraged to apply.
EOIs close 20 Oct.
Apply here! http://ow.ly/of5n50GfGCq
The NSW Government has promised $3.4 million in funding for the Regional Arts Network in 2021/22! 🙌 RADOs will now receive $200,000 each per annum in core funding, a target which RANSW has lobbied for since 2014.
📸 Minister for the Arts Don Harwin, Artstate Wagga Wagga 2020
I'm happy to announce new support for my shenanigans thanks to @RegionalArtsNSW, @regional_arts and the @ausgov.
With their help, joining Team Cadance are my media strategists & mentors at @MediaMentorsAus, prepping for a giant publicity schedule in 2022.
Applications for Screenworks Career Pathways Programs are OPEN! These are a series of 3 programs funded by Screen NSW that assist practitioners living in regional NSW in further developing their skills and industry connections. Closes 29 Oct, 2021
Apply now for Round 1 of Minor Works and Equipment Projects through the Creative Capital program. Eligible projects include: museums, theatres, performance venues, galleries, libraries, Aboriginal Cultural Centres and Keeping Places and language centres. 🙌
Closes 26 Oct, 2021.