Category Archives: Aboriginal Arts

Arts OutWest runs a dynamic Aboriginal Arts program across the NSW Central West. The program supports the development and professional opportunities of Aboriginal artists across all art forms and levels.
Recent projects include Spread the Word, Creative Lab and the Marramarra showcases. Arts OutWest also co-manages the Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal art gallery at Hartley Historic Site (with National Parks and Wildlife Service).

Work of exceptional women at Kew-Y-Ahn

Work of exceptional women at Kew-Y-Ahn

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Kew-y-Ahn Gallery, Our Projects: .

On International Women’s Day we are excited to have new work in our Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery from two wonderful artists from the Central West. Read the Full article

Calling Aboriginal artists, crafters and artisans

Calling Aboriginal artists, crafters and artisans

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts and funding opportunities, Kew-y-Ahn Gallery, Our Projects: .

Arts OutWest are updating the range of artworks and products sold at our Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery at the Hartley Historic Site. We’re looking for unique, contemporary items set at affordable prices. Read the Full article

Aboriginal musicians are invited to a FREE TWO-DAY ‘Starting Ground’ workshop in Bathurst

Aboriginal musicians are invited to a FREE TWO-DAY ‘Starting Ground’ workshop in Bathurst

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts and funding opportunities, Local and industry news .

APRA AMCOS, in partnership with Create NSW and Arts OutWest, will bring its Starting Ground workshop for Aboriginal musicians to the Bathurst region 28-29 November. Read the Full article

Congratulations to Artstate Bathurst 2018: A Sense of Place & Robust Regions!

Congratulations to Artstate Bathurst 2018: A Sense of Place & Robust Regions!

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Artstate, Featured, Local and industry news .

We had a ball and the response across the state has been amazing. We’d like to thank some very special people for all their joy and hard work. Read the Full article

Artstate Bathurst 2018 Speakers Program themes: A Sense of Place and Robust Regions

Artstate Bathurst 2018 Speakers Program themes: A Sense of Place and Robust Regions

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts and funding opportunities, Artstate, Featured, Local and industry news .

Artstate Bathurst 1—4 November 2018. A Sense of Place: Regional arts practice responding to culture and landscapes and Robust Regions: Exploring the contribution of arts to regional communities. Read the Full article

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