Category Archives: Regional Arts Fund

Updates on local projects supported by the Regional Arts Fund.
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia and meets the strategic priorities of supporting participation in, and access to, the arts and encouraging greater private sector support for the arts. The Regional Arts Fund is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities.
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Regional Arts Fund ‘Recovery Boost’

Regional Arts Fund ‘Recovery Boost’

Filed : Arts and funding opportunities, Featured, Regional Arts Fund .

The Australian Government’s one-off, $10million targeted investment into regional arts. Guidelines now available. Read the Full article

Inaugural artist-in-residency program located in regional New South Wales

Inaugural artist-in-residency program located in regional New South Wales

Filed : Arts and funding opportunities, Local and industry news, Regional Arts Fund .

the CORRIDOR project invites 16 NSW regionally based multi-disciplinary artists, writers, and curators to participate in their 2020 inaugural artist-in-residency program. Supported by Regional Arts Fund NSW. Read the Full article

‘Dark Sky Dreamings’ special offer

‘Dark Sky Dreamings’ special offer

Filed : Big Skies Collaboration, Regional Arts Fund .

SPECIAL PRICE: ‘Dark Sky Dreamings: an Inland Skywriters Anthology’ available for a discounted price plus free postage. Read the Full article

Regional Arts Fund open

Regional Arts Fund open

Filed : Arts and funding opportunities, Regional Arts Fund .

Closes Sunday 25 August 2019. The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities. Read the Full article

The time is right for the Regional Arts Fund to be increased

The time is right for the Regional Arts Fund to be increased

Filed : Local and industry news, Regional Arts Fund .

25 million Australians are better off when the 8.8 million Australians who live outside of the metropolitan cities are creative, productive and thriving. Read the Full article

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