Blog: Case 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 […]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 […]ViewCase Studies
Our Mob performance & Kurruru workshop A Quick Response Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Country Arts SA. The Dusty Feet Mob received the opportunity to further their professional development, thorough attending a skills development workshop with Deon Hastie from Kurruru Performing Arts School [KPAS], at their studio in Alberton, South […]ViewCase Studies
Ben Hakalitz performing with Small Island Big Song (at SXSW in Austin, Texas, USA) A Quick Response Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Flying Arts Alliance. Ben Hakalitz was invited as a feature artist to perform at the South by South West [SXSW] music festival, as part of the Small Island […]ViewCase Studies
Printmaking workshop in Florence (with the Printmaking Sisters) A Quick Response Grant recipient, via the Regional Arts Fund, as managed by Regional Arts NSW. 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 […]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 2016-2017ViewCase Studies
CARGO CLUB is an intercultural and interactive theatre model designed to build audiences and promote multicultural engagement. Over the life of the project four public performance events were held, each one preceded by four workshops (Theatres of Exchange) to engage new participants, build skills and develop material for the CLUB. The CARGO CLUB process focused […]ViewCase Studies
‘The Artist in Residence – Shepp Train Project’ was a three-week practice based arts residency that created a transient space for the participating artists on the V/Line train service from Shepparton to Southern Cross Station in Melbourne. Artists were in residence on board the train and on train station platforms at either end of the […]View
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