Regional Arts Development Central West NSW
networks
Connecting creatives across our region
Robert Clegg

Arts OutWest builds networks – face-to-face and virtual – to connect practitioners.

These are peer and industry networks for people in the NSW Central West*.
The networks aims to support, inform, find new ways to collaborate, highlight where advocacy is needed, share skills and tips, link people and grow the professional opportunities in the region.

We connect online for now but we’ll also soon have some real-life, in person network meet ups.

Musicians and music industry network
For musicians working in the NSW Central West. For performers, teachers, composers, conductors, live music and recording technicians, music industry businesses in all genres. For those who make some or all of their living from the music industry, or are aiming to do that.

JOIN ON FACEBOOK

 

Visual artists network

For those who make some or all of their living from their art or are exhibiting in a professional capacity.

JOIN ON FACEBOOK

 

Cultural leaders

Who is a ‘cultural leader’? The people working to shape, drive, fund, deliver or design arts and cultural activity in our region be it via local government, independent arts organisations or within other institutions. By invitation  Contact us.

 

Arts and health Central West network

The network aims to support, inform, find new ways to collaborate, highlight where advocacy is needed, share skills and tips, link people and grow the professional opportunities in the region. By invitation. Contact us.

 

Aboriginal artists network

For Aboriginal visual artists of all genres and at all stages of their careers. Contact Aleshia Lonsdale alonsdale@csu.edu.au

 

*in the Arts OutWest region of these council areas: Bathurst region, Blayney, Cabonne, Cowra, Forbes, Lachlan, Lithgow, Oberon, Orange, Parkes, Weddin.

 

Image credit: The Innocent Bystanders at Artstate. Photo: Steven Cavanagh.

Arts OutWest builds networks – face-to-face and virtual – to connect practitioners

Location: Regional

Networks:

  • Musicians and music industry
  • Visual artists
  • Aboriginal artists
  • Arts and health
  • Cultural leaders