The Future is Now: Developing the Museum in the 21st Century | Thoughts on Tate Director Maria Balshaw’s addressApril 17th, 2018 | Articles and Conversations • Regional Arts Australia News
Recently, our Communications Manager Esther Gyorki went to hear Dr. Maria Balshaw CBE, Director of the Tate Galleries in London, speak about the development of museums in the 21st century. Dr Balshaw spoke about connecting with an expanded and diverse audience, and how access to arts and culture has the ability to change the world. […]ViewArticles and Conversations • Regional Arts Australia News
On Friday 16 March, in the National Gallery of Victoria Great Hall as part of the Melbourne Art Book Fair, artist Deborah Klein, writer Lindy Schneider and photographer Angela Rivas chatted with Regional Arts Fund Manager Mary Jane Warfield. The conversation, summarised below, was a rich discussion about the artistic practice, process and publications of […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
Regional Arts Australia is undertaking a survey to find out how we can better support the one in three Australians that live in regional Australia. We would like to invite you to complete the survey to help us shape our programs, policies and direction in the coming years. The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
National Close the Gap Day (Thursday 15 March 2018) is an important time to consider what more can be done to refresh the Closing the Gap agenda. It is widely acknowledged that important targets in health and education and life expectancy have not been met, and this means that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians […]ViewRAF News • Regional Arts Australia News
We are proud to announce the release of a new publication, IMPACT 1458, which showcases the Regional Arts Fund and the impact that it has had on regional artists, arts organisations and communities. As Regional Arts Australia Chair Kate Fielding announced, “the numbers behind the Regional Arts Fund from 2012-2016 are staggering – over $10M […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
Regional Arts Australia sends out a bi-monthly newsletter, keeping you up to date with what we have been doing, including activities, research, ideas and discussion, as well as keeping you posted on what else is happening in regional Australia, and how you can get involved. Have a read of our March 2018 Newsletter here, which includes: […]ViewInterviews
Recently, when the Regional Arts Australia Board and Staff were in Bendigo, exploring and preparing for Artlands Victoria in October (#soexcited), we were lucky enough to stop off at the Bendigo Art Gallery and chat with Tansy Curtin, Curatorial Manager, about her work, background and the best of Bendigo. Firstly, can you describe a […]ViewInterviews
Annie McKinnon is a creative technologist and sound artist. Below, she shares her thoughts on her experience working with Orana Arts on CETA. Annie grew up in Coonabarabran and moved to Sydney in 2010 to study a Bachelor of Sound and Music Design at UTS. After she completed her studies she started as a research […]ViewInterviews
Today we interview artist Gitte Backhausen, whose exhibition Nuances of Life is currently on show at Shoalhaven Regional Gallery. Can you give us some insight into your artistic practice? I have had a committed art practice for 16+ years, mainly focusing on abstract painting and mixed media artwork. To me, my art is freedom. It’s a way of giving […]ViewInterviews
To launch our interview series, we are thrilled to chat with Frankie Snowdon and Madeleine Krenek, two inspiring choreographers, about their artistic practice, their current projects, and living and working in Alice Springs. Can you give us some insight into your artistic practice? Our artistic practice sits in the realm of experimental/contemporary dance – our […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
Regional Arts Australia sends out a bi-monthly newsletter, keeping you up to date with what we have been doing, including activities, research, ideas and discussion, as well as keeping you posted on what else is happening in regional Australia, and how you can get involved. Have a read of our January 2018 newsletter here, which includes: […]ViewCase Studies
RAA is proud of the impact that the Regional Arts Fund has had on regional communities nationally and we endeavour to continue to promote the work of these artists and arts organisations. Regional Arts Fund Case Studies 2013 – 2015 Regional Arts Fund Case Studies 2016-2017View
- The Regional Arts Fund is an Australian Government program that supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote communities in Australia.
- As a supporter member of the Indigenous Art Code we are committed to the principles of ethical trade in Indigenous visual art as set out in the Code.
Regional Arts Australia acknowledges the traditional owners of Country throughout Australia and pays its respect to their Elders past and present.