Category Archives: Cultural Tourism

Cultural Tourism is one of the current strategic priority areas for Arts OutWest. Cultural Tourism has been flagged by government at all levels as a key economic driver of regional NSW over the coming years. The NSW Central West already has a wealth of arts cultural offering to visitors. How these can be supported, developed, grown and enhanced will be an ongoing conversation we’ll be having with communities across our region over the next couple of years.

Symposium in detail: how does culture contribute to community?

Symposium in detail: how does culture contribute to community?

Filed : Cultural Tourism, Networking + Training, Projects .

More detail from the inaugural Rural Arts and Culture Symposium, Saturday November 15 in Forbes. Panel 2: how does culture contribute to community? For the overview of the whole Symposium click here The day was split into three panel discussions, two sessions of 20×20 project presentations and an informal afternoon discussion. Panel 2: Facilitator: Merrill Findlay Richard Petkovic, Musica Read the Full article

Symposium in detail: Who do we do it for?

Symposium in detail: Who do we do it for?

Filed : Cultural Tourism, Networking + Training, Projects .

More detail from the inaugural Rural Arts and Culture Symposium, Saturday November 15 in Forbes. Panel 3: Who do we do it for?  Understanding your market and your motivations For the overview of the whole Symposium click here The day was split into three panel discussions, two sessions of 20×20 project presentations and an informal afternoon discussion. Panel Read the Full article

Symposium in detail: 20×20 presentations – great regional projects

Symposium in detail: 20×20 presentations – great regional projects

Filed : Cultural Tourism, Networking + Training, Projects .

20×20 presentations: 10 examples of great regional projects or approaches The day was split into three panel discussions, two sessions of 20×20 project presentations and an informal afternoon discussion. For the overview of the whole Symposium click here 20×20 presentations: Each presenter had 20 slides, shown for 20 seconds each, to tell their story. Facilitator: Read the Full article

Christmas shopping at Kew Y Ahn Gallery

Christmas shopping at Kew Y Ahn Gallery

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Cultural Tourism, Kew-y-Ahn Gallery .

Looking for a unique Christmas present? Beautiful work currently in stock at the Kew Y Ahn Aboriginal Art Gallery at Hartley Historic Site. Fresh from the Corroboree Festival featured artists include Nyree Reynolds, Ashton Walden, Mirree Bayliss, Tamara Leggett, Tony Lonsdale and the Orange Fibre Artists Group. The gallery is co-managed by Arts OutWest and Read the Full article