We promote, educate, facilitate and advocate for arts and cultural development across the NSW Central West.
From 21 September Music NSW Regional Music Officer (Central West) Patrick Coomey will be holding 30 min 1-on-1 sessions for the rest of September on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Opens 20 Sept. Closes 18 October. Createability Internship Program for NSW artists and practitioners with disability is calling for applicants for 2021/2022. Arts OutWest has been approved as a potential Host Organisation for this program.
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.
Arts OutWest’s Virtual Art Snacks is an interactive creative arts program delivered using remote technologies into Multi-Purpose Services (MPS) across the Western NSW Local Health District.
Some of the featured artists on our compilation album ‘While the World Waits’ have published film clips to accompany their tracks. Enjoy them here.
Fridays in September (or a time that suits you). Have a natter with our executive director about your project ideas or needs. Ask about funding. Keep a creative dream pushing forward. Ask for advice or just a helpful ear.
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REGIONAL news & opportunities
Closes 26 September 2021. Opportunity for skilled and motivated Gallery and Museum Attendants to join the team at Orange Regional Gallery and Museum.
Applications close 17 October 2021. NAVA is delighted to announce the 2021 Carstairs Prize has been given a boost from $3,000 to $10,000 to support socially-engaged arts practice.
Closes 12 October 2021. Seeking entries for its Nextwave youth film competition! Young Australians aged 10-25 are welcome to enter a short film of 5 minutes or less, featuring 2021’s item – a pineapple.
Apply now. The RISE Fund is supporting the arts and entertainment sector to reactivate.
Closes 4 February 2022 for March 22 exhibition. The Portland Art Purchase Society would like to formally announce the 2022 Portland Art Prize theme is: WELL WORN.
Closes 29 October. Applications are now open for Western Plains Cultural Centre’s Homeground 2021 professional development program designed for emerging regional artists.
Closes 16 September. Calling all theatre practitioners, writers and composers! Applications are open for two theatre Fellowships designed to help emerging and established NSW practitioners develop new works under the professional mentorship of renowned theatre companies Griffin Theatre Company and…
Three incredible writers haven made history by becoming the first joint winners in the Short Story Section of the 2021 Banjo Paterson Writing Awards and impressive writing featured in the ABC Radio Children’s Awards.
Cowra Regional Art Gallery is proud to announce the finalists for the prestigious Calleen Art Award 2021 acquisitive painting prize. Open to artists across Australian the Calleen Art Award received 407 entries and 47 artists have been shortlisted as finalists.
Looking for online activities, tours, exhibitions or workshops? We’ve compilied a list of things happening internet-side across the region.
After 15 years of amazing service Regional Arts NSW CEO Elizabeth Rogers is moving on. Elizabeth is taking her considerable skills, abilities and experience to the Canberra Glassworks, where she is taking up the position of CEO.
Closes 17 September. The role will oversee the development and delivery of a program that will provide opportunities for regional artists, curators, and key partners to take part in a regional discussion across the 14 RADOs in NSW.
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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.