Printmaking workshop in Florence (with the Printmaking Sisters) Lizzie Horne attended 60 hours of guided practice in waterless lithography and non-toxic aluminium etching at the Il Bisonte print studio in Florence, representing her community as the inaugural winner of the Helen Dangar Memorial Art Bursary announced last year. Ms. Horne had the opportunity to build […]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 September 2018 Newsletter here, which includes: […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
SUMMARY The Executive Director is the senior operational leader of the organisation and directs RAA’s role as the national voice for regional arts. Exceptional leadership, advocacy and collaboration are the core elements involved in this work. Regional Arts Australia (RAA) is seeking an experienced and creative advocate and policy leader with exceptional leadership skills to […]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 August 2018 Newsletter here, which includes: […]ViewInterviews
Artlands Victoria 2018 is just around the corner! We sat down the Creative Producer of Artlands Victoria, Ros Abercrombie, to find out some of the juicy details. There is just over three months until Artlands Victoria and we can’t wait! Although the full program hasn’t been announced, can you give us an idea of […]ViewRAF News
We are so excited to be sharing with you our new Regional Program Administrators – Darwin Community Arts in the Northern Territory, and Flying Arts Alliance in Queensland. 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 […]ViewRAF News
Regional arts funding features connections with health, science, local histories and new technology The Australian Government has announced more than $673,000 for 54 projects through the latest Regional Arts Fund Community Grants round. Funded projects will take place from 1 July 2018 across regional, remote and rural Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia. […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
In 2009, Regional Arts Australia partnered with SBS to launch a series of unique vignettes that showcase the depth of arts talent across regional, remote and rural Australia. Although it has been almost ten years, we wanted to re-share some of these wonderful videos, showcasing and celebrating the incredible artists and arts organisations living and […]ViewArticles and Conversations • Interviews • RAF News • Regional Arts Australia News
The Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is an incredible resource for artists and communities in regional, remote and rural Australia. We sat down with our colleague and RAF Manager Mary Jane Warfield to chat all things RAF, including information about the fund, and tips for applying. Firstly, can you tell us about the Regional Arts Fund […]ViewInterviews
Ange Boxall is a singer/songwriter, producer, programmer, co-founder of a gin company and currently runs an event space on the East Coast of Tasmania. What a woman! Ange generously took time out from her day to chat with us about her projects, her practice and life on the East Coast of Tasmania (after years of […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
Book now and join the national discussion at ARTLANDS, Australia’s largest regional arts gathering and conference. Artlands Victoria will be held from 10-14 October 2018 in Bendigo and Castlemaine. Celebrating twenty years in 2018, Artlands is the biennial event that shines a national spotlight on Australia’s regional arts. Artlands Victoria will be an artistically driven and strategically distributed gathering […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
Regional Arts Australia is proud to launch the Regional Arts Network, offering professional development and connectivity through networking and support to regional, remote and rural artists and arts professionals. The initial program will take the form of a series of free webinars. This series has been developed to be thought-provoking and practical, and we encourage everyone […]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.