We promote, educate, facilitate and advocate for arts and cultural development across the NSW Central West.
Supported project. September 2-3, Wiradjuri Study Centre, Condobolin. A full weekend of Wiradjuri food, music, dancing, visual arts, crafts, stargazing, talks, footy, fishing, and the inaugural Miima-gu Ngaahna Regenerative Futures Expo in the little inland town of Condobolin, NSW.
Sunday 21 August 3pm, The Victoria Bathurst. Described as ‘Melbourne’s King of Roots’ he’s now based in Cowra and is in demand for live appearances in Sydney and Melbourne selling out large venues.
The regional tour for the While the World Waits Exhibition will open at 2pm on Saturday 6 August at Canowindra Arts Gallery.
A mural featuring Wiradjuri skylore and trees has been completed for the Forbes Hospital mortuary corridor by acclaimed Peak Hill artist Scott ‘Sauce’ Towney.
Congratulations Forbes Shire Council for your win in the 2022 Local Government Week Awards in the LEO KELLY OAM ARTS & CULTURE AWARDS: ARTS & CULTURE PROJECT
Aug 13-14. Orange Open Air and the Orange Regional Arts Foundation are proud to host AACTA award-winning screenwriter and director, Monica Zanetti, across two days of filmmaking workshops at the Orange Regional Art Gallery.
The Mudgee Arts Precinct has been named a finalist in the 2022 World Architecture Festival Awards.
13 August– 30 October 2022, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery. ‘Romance of the Swag’ celebrates the creative life of iconic Australian artist Linda Jackson.
Dubbo and Bathurst 5 August. As part of the Australian Government’s commitment to delivering a new National Cultural Policy
Parkes Shire Council has collaborated with representatives of our First Nations community to curate an Exhibition of Wiradjuri artefacts to be housed in the Parkes Shire Library & Cultural Centre.
The Australian Government is developing a new cultural policy for the decade ahead. Anyone involved in or interested in our nation’s arts, entertainment and cultural sector is encouraged to have their say.
The art exhibition wrapped up on Thursday 21 July 2022, with a presentation evening held at the Molong RSL to award the winners.
Closes 15 August 2022. Work with Blayney Shire Council to Coordinate and promote community events funded under the NSW Reconnecting Regional NSW Community Events Fund and other events hosted by Council.
Application close 26 August. Be a part of Live and Local. Including professional development workshops, a micro music festival and a local industry forum.
Closes 11 September 2022. Orange Regional Gallery’s much-loved community exhibition ‘HERE/NOW’ will return in October 2022.
Closes 14 October 2022. This is the ideal opportunity for writers of all levels of any genre to ‘have a go’.
Both close 25 August 2022. Sugar Valley Library Museum: Creative Heritage Outdoor Sculpture + Windale Hub: Creative Inclusions
Closes 27 September 2022. Applications for the $150 million Regional Tourism Activation Fund Round 2 are now open, with grants of up to $20 million available for eligible projects.
Opens 1 September. Closes Friday 30 September 2022. The Fellowships Program is an investment in the development of artistic and creative practice.
Nominations close at midnight Wednesday 25 August 2022. Born out of a need to uplift community spirit in 2021 ~ Mummy Awards 2022 gives you a chance to recognise the amazing people in your life and our community.
Round 1 closes 29 August 2022. Create NSW’s Arts and Cultural Funding Program provides funding opportunities for arts and cultural organisations, professional artists and arts/cultural workers across a wide range of artforms and disciplines.
Chifley Home and Education Centre is inviting local organisations to participate in the “Tea with Lizzie” exhibition. Tea Cosies can be dropped at the Chifley Exhibition Centre until Monday 5 September.
The Country Air is a FREE monthly online discussion panel presented by Regional Arts NSW, exploring the issues most relevant to regional artists, arts workers and arts organisations.
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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.