Blog: Case 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 […]ViewCase Studies
The Snake Run Project was a large scale community arts project delivered in partnership with the Perth International Arts Festival 2016 Great Southern Program. The project celebrated the 40th anniversary of one of the oldest skate parks in the world. The project delivered multiple streams of activity: Recording of oral histories of the Snake Run’s […]ViewCase Studies
The Glowing Man project saw professional Artist Tristan Stowards work with local at-risk youth to construct a 3-metre-high wood and metal statue from recycled materials, inspired by traditional wicker men. The statue was the centrepiece of a reclaim-the-night event at Clarence Plains Festival, with the intention of providing safe and positive community arts activity in […]ViewCase Studies
Over the autumn and winter of 2016 three women’s on-country camps and workshops led by senior Aboriginal women artists/mentors were held, to engage emerging Ernabella artists, in partnership with the APY Land Management Women’s Project. The camps involved sharing skills in tjanpi (native grass) collecting and weaving, as well as traditional punu (timber) tool making. […]ViewCase Studies
The inaugural Great Barrier Reef Film Festival was a community driven project with a broad local and visiting audience. Held on Magnetic Island in September 2016, the festival provided a unique platform to celebrate and consider the meaning of island life via the medium of cinema, on the Great Barrier Reef and beyond. It generated […]ViewCase Studies
The Echo in Our Walls created a promenade theatre work generated from the relationship the rural NSW town of Hay has with its history. The promenade work was created by young people, working with professional artists and arts workers and centred and staged around Bishop’s Lodge, built in 1888. The project explored stories and artefacts […]ViewCase Studies
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 […]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 Custodians of land throughout Australia and we pay our respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.