We promote, educate, facilitate and advocate for arts and cultural development across the NSW Central West.
FLOODING across Central West NSW: If your arts, artisan, cultural, heritage/ museum premises, business, organisation, studio, workspace or facilities have been impacted by flood or water please let Arts OutWest know as we are coordinating information with state government and peak bodies and looking at response options. Please email us or phone us on 02 6338 4657.
67 shows. 75 acts. 21 venues. Just over 12 months of live, original music across the NSW Central West. We recap our HUGE music industry support project and look ahead across the region.
Mon 16 & Tues 17 January in Lithgow. Weds 18 & Thurs 19 January in Parkes. The search is on for aspiring musos to be part of a new music industry mentoring program touring regional NSW this summer.
Sunday 18 December 2-4pm, Gang Gang Gallery Lithgow. We are delighted to offer a final opportunity for the year to hear the beautiful singer-songwriter in this rescheduled show.
Fri 16 December at 4:30 pm – 9pm, Mortimers Wines, Orange. With Josie Laver, Riley & Ah-See, Jaffer and Robbie Mortimer. A celebration for teachers, their friends and families.
Saturday 10 December, 12-3pm, Wildflower Cafe Molong. In response to recent events in the Central West we’d like to bring two talented artists to Molong for people to take time out catch up with friends over some good tunes
Sunday 4 December from 12noon, The Broadway Hotel Parkes. Three great voices and original singer-songwriters in our final free gig for the year.
Opens Saturday 3 December, 2-4pm. Arts OutWest will showcase some of the region’s most exciting visual artists as they each respond to original music reflecting on the challenging and changing times over the past two years.
Tuesday 6 December 11am-1pm, Mudgee Arts Precinct. Create NSW are offering a series of grant information sessions to provide artists and arts and cultural organisations information on the Arts and Cultural Funding Program.
BEST FILM (SISSY), BEST DIRECTION, AND BEST ACTRESS (AISHA DEE) at the 2022 AACTA AWARDS, which will take place in Sydney, 6th of December.
A series of grant information sessions to provide artists and arts and cultural organisations information on the 2022/23 Arts and Cultural Funding Program.
Say hello to the Intangible Goods Vending Machine that has popped up in the LiThgow Transformation Hub’s foyer.
They are: Alex Wisser, Creative Director, Cementa Inc; Linda Jackson AO, Artist and designer; Kent Buchanan, Curator, Western Plains Cultural Centre and Steven Cavanagh, Artist, curator and Communications and Projects Officer at Arts OutWest.
Have you got NSW Government Creative Kids vouchers still to use? Arts OutWest’s Maryanne Jaques looked at local ways to use Creative Kids.
NAVA invites you to add your name to the open letter calling on the Federal Government to establish a legislated Award for visual arts, craft and design and introduce or trial a basic income scheme for artists and arts workers
The Corner Store Gallery in Orange’s inaugural Regional Landscape Prize was opened on 11 November. Winner Georgina Sambell will now do an artist-residency supported by CASP funding.
Create NSW have designed a comprehensive online toolkit for public art, providing best practice guidance in policy, commissioning, construction, and engagement with artists.
Submissions close 16 January 2023. Expressions of Interest for Stage Two of Orange City Council’s Public Art Project are now open.
Inland Sea of Sound is calling for bands to submit an expression of interest to perform at the festival on Thursday 24 & Friday 25 February 2023.
Starts Feb 2023. The Graduate Certificate in Wiradjuri Language, Culture and Heritage from Charles Sturt University introduces you to the Wiradjuri language and develops your capacity to make a positive contribution working in and supporting Indigenous communities.
A new youth orchestra is now accepting applications for their 2023 program. Creator Jessica Westcott said: “In 2023 the Overture Youth Orchestra will have its inaugural program of events. We are so excited to bring together some of the most…
Closes 31 January 2023. MusicNSW’s highly-successful Regional Music Officer program is gearing up for its next instalment.
You may be eligible to receive up to $50,000 if your business or not-for-profit organisation has suffered direct damage as a result of the NSW storms and floods in August and September 2022 onwards.
Busking in Orange’s main street during the weeks leading up to Christmas is one of the most colourful highlights of the holiday season.
Casual positions available for music teachers of: Piano. Guitar. Voice/Choral Conductor. Flute.
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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.