Sneak in an end of financial year donation which can make a big impact on regional artists and communities: donate to the Arts OutWest Cultural Fund.
Support Arts OutWest to support arts and cultural development in the NSW Central West with a donation to the Arts OutWest Cultural Fund.
The remit of the Arts OutWest Cultural Fund is to support arts and cultural activities of Arts OutWest or others in the region.
As a not-for-profit organisation Arts OutWest provides free support and promotion for local artists and creatives; we advocate for regional arts; we help develop exciting new work; we run innovative local programs; and we respond to the needs of local creatives – which has never been more critical than in the last two years.
Our activities have direct, personal impact on both creatives and the communities they work in. Our projects employ creatives and contribute to local economies.
Our current and recent work ranges from a major, long-term arts and health program in aged care across the region to supporting artists in the tough times of the pandemic through much valued micro grants and much more in between. Learn more about our free core services plus our current and recent projects on our website: www.artsoutwest.org.au
All donations over $2 to the Arts OutWest Cultural Fund are tax deductible.
HOW MAKE A DONATION:
Make a donation by EFT to:
BSB: 062 504
Account: 1066 6448
Reference: D22 and your surname.
Please then email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and your donation amount and we will respond with the receipt for taxation purposes.
Arts OutWest is the regional arts development organisation of the NSW Central West. We are supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW; by the Australian Government’s Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program; the 12 contributing councils of Bathurst Region, Blayney, Cabonne, Cowra, Forbes, Lachlan, Lithgow, Mid-Western Region, Oberon, Orange, Parkes and Weddin; by Charles Sturt University; and by project funding and delivery partners. We’re a member of Regional Arts NSW and the RADO Network.
Arts OutWest acknowledges the traditional owners of the country on which we work, the Wiradjuri / Wiradyuri people, and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their custodians past, present and emerging.
IMAGES in header: a participant in our Virtual Art Snacks aged care program; Lithgow artist Julie Williams received a Micro Grant in 2021 to fund Sally McInerney’s catalogue essay for the ‘Smother’ project which was exhibited at Cementa 2022. Photos: Arts OutWest