We promote, educate, facilitate and advocate for arts and cultural development across the NSW Central West.
Sunday 5 December, doors 2pm for 3pm show. Little Alberts at The Victoria BATHURST. Time to get loud for our Sunday Sessions with crowd favourite Dave Webb joined by a band.
We’re excited to launch a new album ‘While the World Waits’, 15 original tracks by musicians from the NSW Central West. CD copies now for sale for $10 plus postage. BUY YOUR COPY HERE.
Artist Julie Williams used a 2021 Arts OutWest Micro Grant for a commissioned catalogue essay written by photographer Sally McInerney to accompany her upcoming project ‘Smother’. It’s a fascinating project.
Vote by Nov 30. An e-poster about our Virtual Art Snacks program is in the #WHRN2021 Research Symposia ePoster comp.
Sunday 28 November, doors 2pm for 3pm show. Little Alberts at The Victoria BATHURST. The good music just keeps coming. This week join singer-songwriter Josh Maynard with band.
Our Virtual Art Snacks Program is developing a new online, innovative inter-disciplinary art workshop program for residential aged care. On 28 October 2021, The CREATE Centre hosted a fantastic webinar presented by Christine McMillan and Kate Smith.
Arts OutWest are teaming up with Central West Mums to provide a big calendar of creative school holiday activities. List your activities now.
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Born and raised in Orange, James Sutherland is a singer songwriter, whose earliest memories of music come from his mum and dad playing Keith Urban’s albums while cooking dinner, while he and his siblings would just sit and listen.
The NSW Government has announced plans for a new Destination Network, moving a large portion of the Arts OutWest region into a new Central NSW network.
Parkes Shire Council is pleased to be partnering with the Parkes Community Arts Inc to host the upcoming Teeny Tiny Art Festival next month.
Celebration event Friday 3 December, 6.30pm. The extension project includes a new 270 square metre contemporary gallery with ground-breaking lighting design, a 74 seat gallery theatre, a new state-of-the art storage and conservation area and refurbishments to existing spaces.
The NSW Government is investing $9.37 million in the state’s arts and cultural sector through Round 1 of Create NSW’s 2021/22 Arts and Cultural Funding Program – with some wins for the Central West.
The Cowra Festival of International Understanding will be back in 2022, but rather than a focus on an individual country, next year will see the celebration of the proud history of the Festival
This is STILL one of the most popular things we get asked at Arts OutWest. Who teaches ceramics? Who supplies materials? Who has kilns? What groups are there? Here’s an updated local list.
Mudgee until 21 November. Sculptures in the Garden 2021 is officially underway. The $25,000 Sculptures in the Garden and Mid-Western Regional Council Acquisition Prize went to ‘Ahead’ by Harrie Fasher (Portland)
Apply asap. The Culture, Heritage and Arts Regional Tourism (CHART) program is a $3 million Australian Government program that aims to support community cultural, heritage and arts organisations in regional Australia as they recover from the impacts of COVID-19.
Expressions of Interest are being sought for a First Nations Curator (EOI closes 15 Dec), a Brand Identity role (Proposals close 13 Dec), and a Website Development role (Proposals close 13 Dec) for the state-wide Regional Arts Development project.
Closes 8 December 2021. Q Theatre has been making work for more than 50 years. Based at The Joan in Penrith, we offer audiences a chance to see theatre that has been provoked, inspired or exploded out of our local…
NOW CLOSED. Closes Nov 26. Immerse yourself in a supportive and collaborative team environment. NSW Health is looking for an Arts Program Coordinator for the Murrumbidgee Local Health District.
Closes Dec 6. Talent Camp is an exciting skills development program open to emerging storytellers and screen content creatives from diverse backgrounds across five states.
Various closing dates from Dec 2021 – 10 Jan 2022. The Cultural Tourism Accelerator Program is a $5 million targeted measure announced by the Australian Government as part of the Regional Arts Tourism package, which will enable arts organisations to…
Closes 6 December 2021. Cowra Council has been successful in receiving grant funding under the NSW Public Spaces Legacy Program to commission a number of public art mural projects in the Cowra Shire Local Government Area, in Central Western NSW.
Closes 8 December 2021. 2024 marks the Bicentenary of the 1824 Bathurst War and Declaration of Martial Law. Bathurst Regional Art Gallery is seeking to engage an experienced First Nations curator with strong links to the Wiradjuri community
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Arts OutWest acknowledges the traditional owners of the country on which we work, the Wiradjuri / Wiradyuri people, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their custodians past, present and emerging.