Regional Arts Australia News
In exciting news, Regional Arts Australia is heading to Clunes Booktown Festival, Victoria in May and we want you to be there with us! Regional Arts Australia will be holding a stall at Clunes Booktown Festival to showcase the high calibre of authors, artists, and arts organisations across regional, remote and rural Australia. Regional Arts Australia […]ViewRAF Announcements • RAF News
Almost 60 projects have received more than $1,000,000 of funding through the latest Australian Government Regional Arts Fund Community Grants round. Funded projects will take place from 1 January 2019 across regional, remote and rural New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia. The volume of applications submitted across the country […]ViewCase Studies
A Sydney Showcasing of Warmun Art Centre Warmun Art Aboriginal Corporation A Quick Response Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Country Arts WA. Two of Warmun Art Centre’s most promising, emerging arts workers – artist Kathy Ramsay and curator Marika Riley – were given the opportunity to attend the John Fries […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
The Chair of Regional Arts Australia (RAA), Simon Spain has announced the appointment of Ros Abercrombie as the new Executive Director for the organisation. Ros will commence in the role next month. “We are delighted to welcome Ros to this important role. Ros has an impressive record. She is an inspiring creative leader who has […]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 November 2018 Newsletter here, which includes: […]ViewArticles and Conversations • Regional Arts Australia News
One month on from Artlands Victoria, the flow-on effects from the five-day regional arts conference are still being felt, all over the country. CULTURE & COMMUNITY Hosted in the beautiful and vibrant regional city of Bendigo, Artlands Victoria was attend by arts workers, organisations and artists from each and every state – and the […]ViewRAF Announcements • RAF News • Regional Arts Australia News
RANT Arts Ltd. has been announced as the new Regional Program Administrator of the Regional Arts Fund in Tasmania. Firstly – a little reminder on what constitutes the Regional Arts Fund: An Australian Government program, the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) supports sustainable cultural development in regional, rural and remote communities in Australia. The program is managed […]ViewCase Studies
Long Story Short Coorong Suicide Prevention Network A Community Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Country Arts SA. The Long Story Short project involved identifying local community stories and storytellers through a series of gatherings and meetings with regional men and community groups throughout the Coorong region. The objective was to […]ViewCase Studies
Tinkering Tank Cairns Regional Council A Community Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Flying Arts Alliance. Tinkering Tank is a project which develops art activities for children and their families for Cairns Children’s Festival 2017; a mix of interactive displays and construction activities, designed to encourage creative collaboration between generations. It’s […]ViewCase Studies
Papa Tales Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Women’s Council (NPY) A Community Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Country Arts WA. Papa Tales brought together the unique artwork of Tjanpi Desert Weavers to life in the form of two short films, collectively titled Ngayuku Papa. A collaboration between senior Tjanpi artists, film-maker and […]ViewCase Studies
Voyage Awaken Dance Theatre Company A Community Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Regional Arts Victoria. Voyage was a fusion of various community groups coming together across age, gender, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds as artists, cast, crew and audience members. The project was multi-generational, including a dancer as young as 13, […]ViewCase Studies
SALT Barking Spider Visual Theatre A Quick Response Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Regional Arts Victoria. SALT was a visual arts/installation project addressing female representation in local history with a focus on the region’s salt lakes and brolgas. The project was a partnership with WINDOWSPACE BEEAC, Studio 92 Colac, Colac-Otway […]View
- 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 Custodians of land throughout Australia and we pay our respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.