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).

Jimmy Little Gathering

Jimmy Little Gathering

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Projects, Supported projects .

Arts Outwest has received a $15,000 grant to fund a new one-day music event that will include performances by Aboriginal musicians, actors and dancers. Read the Full article

Wiradjuri hospital signage wins health award

Wiradjuri hospital signage wins health award

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts & Health, In Hospitals, Lachlan Health Service Culture & Arts Program, Projects .

A project to integrate Wiradjuri language signage and translations into the new Forbes and Parkes Hospitals has won one of the region’s top health awards. Read the Full article

Calling all local Aboriginal artists

Calling all local Aboriginal artists

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

Are you Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander? Do you live in the NSW Central West? Do you make art? Get in touch with us. Read the Full article

CASP Project Update – Migay Ngaruu, Welcome Legacy

CASP Project Update – Migay Ngaruu, Welcome Legacy

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, CASP .

Arts OutWest traveled to Lithgow yesterday to attend the presentation for the “Migay Ngaruu, Welcome Legacy” project. Lithgow Community Projects and artist Nyree Reynolds worked with Aboriginal women through a series of workshops to create an artwork which would serve as a legacy to the aims of their community projects and could also be used throughout Read the Full article

6 February 2015,

Arts OutWest Aboriginal Arts Development Officer Aleshia Lonsdale travelled to Coffs Harbour for over the Australia Day weekend for the 2015 Saltwater Freshwater Festival with artworks from central west Aboriginal artists in tow. Freshwater Saltwater is a weekend long celebration of Indigenous culture  and provides an inclusive, positive, family-friendly celebration, creating a modern vision for the country. Headline Read the Full article