We promote, educate, facilitate and advocate for arts and cultural development across the NSW Central West.
From the 90 applications we received, Arts OutWest has been able to fund 27 grants to the value of $36,340.
Thursday 22 April, 6pm. Platform Arts Hub has officially opened and is hosting its first Artist Networking Evening!
Wednesday 21 April, 6pm. Platform Arts Hub has officially opened and now local business and community groups are invited to see the space and network with the committee.
Friday April 23. “Close your eyes, and you can feel the heat and smell the dust of Mississippi”… Here’s your chance to get a dose of the Delta Blues by the banks of the Belubula.
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REGIONAL news & opportunities
Entries close 2 May. Everyone is invited to register and attend the Forbes Eisteddfod.
Closes 30 April. Parkes Shire Council is seeking proposals from Creative Partners to support the delivery of an opera, classical music or musical theatre event at the Cooke Park Pavilion.
The Central West’s Julia Andrews has been appointed to the Board of state peak body Regional Arts NSW.
Bathurst visual artist Karen Golland has been appointed to the board of First Draft, Australia’s premier space for emerging and experimental arts practice.
Closes 18 May. The NSW Government has announced a new Service Needs Strategic Fund for arts, screen and cultural organisations, to meet the demand for professional development and capacity-building across the sector.
Closes 9 May. There is absolutely nothing better than finding an INCREDIBLE new artist! Is it you? Is it your friend?
Five distinct residency opportunities at five unique venues across the Southern Highlands & Tablelands of regional NSW.
Entries close 30 April 2021. Presented by the Cowra Art Group Inc. at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery. Open to Artists within 100 km of Cowra. Exhibition held Thur. 20 May – Sat. 12 June 2021.
Orange Regional Gallery’s Extension Project reached major milestones recently with the pouring of the 1070m2 slab, blockwork starting on the collection store, and community donations for the project reaching $415,000.
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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.