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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 […]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 […]ViewArticles and Conversations • Regional Arts Australia News
One third of all Australians live outside of major capital cities – approximately 8.8 million Australians. It is for these residents that Regional Arts Australia exists – to support, nurture and engage artists, arts organisations, communities and audiences across regional, remote and rural Australia. While the terms regional, remote and rural are widely used, there […]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 May 2018 Newsletter here, which includes: […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
SUMMARY Regional Arts Australia (RAA) is a national peak organisation representing the arts across regional Australia. In everything we do, we want to make regional Australia a better place – because that makes Australia a better nation. RAA promotes culture and creativity that enriches lives and nurtures pride, resilience, empowerment, connectivity and healing in communities. […]ViewRegional Arts Australia News
Regional Arts Australia has appointed Simon Spain as the new chairperson of the Regional Arts Australia Board of Directors As a board member of Regional Arts Australia since 2017, Simon Spain brings a multitude of skills and experiences to his new role. Simon is an experienced senior manager in the arts sector with proven diverse […]ViewArticles and Conversations • Regional Arts Australia News
In April 2018, Regional Arts Australia ran a webinar series on digital presence, in particular on Google Analytics and Google AdWords for artists and arts organisations. The webinars were run by Erica Stacey from Scout Digital Training. If you missed the webinar, read on for insights and tips and if you would like the link […]ViewArticles and Conversations • Regional Arts Australia News
In April 2018, Regional Arts Australia ran a webinar series on digital presence, in particular on Google Analytics and Google AdWords for artists and arts organisations. The webinars were run by Erica Stacey from Scout Digital Training. If you missed the webinar, read on for insights and tips and if you would like the link […]View
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 […]ViewRAF News • Regional Arts Australia News
Our recent publication IMPACT 1458 showcases the Regional Arts Fund and the impact that it has had on regional artists, arts organisations and communities from 2012 to 2016. Scroll down for some key stats from the publication. Otherwise, download the full publication here.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 owners of Country throughout Australia and pays its respect to their Elders past and present.