Category Archives: Regional Arts Fund

Updates on local projects supported by the Regional Arts Fund.
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia and meets the strategic priorities of supporting participation in, and access to, the arts and encouraging greater private sector support for the arts. The Regional Arts Fund is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities.
Read more: http://regionalartsnsw.com.au/grants/raf/

What is ‘Skywriters’?

What is ‘Skywriters’?

Filed : Big Skies Collaboration, Projects, Regional Arts Fund .

Writers and aspiring writers across inland NSW are joining the Skywriters project to author stories, in any genre, about their own or other people’s (or other beings’?) relationships with celestial phenomena in our southern sky. Read the Full article

Skywriters update

Skywriters update

Filed : Big Skies Collaboration, Projects, Regional Arts Fund .

12 Skywriters hubs have been launched with 106 registered Skywriters and three new community writing groups in inland NSW. Read the Full article

Star Picket

Star Picket

Filed : Local and industry news, Regional Arts Fund .

Look to the skies! The zeitgeist is all about the stars right now. Were excited to to see the fascinating work already developing for The CORRIDOR Project’s ‘Star-Picket’. Read the Full article

Join a Skywriters hub

Join a Skywriters hub

Filed : Arts and funding opportunities, Big Skies Collaboration, Featured, Projects, Regional Arts Fund .

MARCH & APRIL: Are you a creative writer, or dream of becoming one? Have you gazed at the night sky with wonder, curiosity and awe? Yes? Read the Full article

Big Skies Collaboration underway

Big Skies Collaboration underway

Filed : Big Skies Collaboration, Projects, Regional Arts Fund .

Skywriters and Art of Wiradjuri Constellations projects are part of the Big Skies Collaboration. Supported by the Regional Arts Fund. Writing groups are launched across the region in March. Read the Full article