Regional Arts Development Central West NSW
supported projects
Projects in the Central West auspiced, partnered or funded by Arts OutWest

Arts OutWest supports or partners on occassional projects across the region as well as funding occassional projects through small grants.

Our support may be as the auspicing organisation (usually for an unincorporated group, individual artists or others unable to directly apply for funding); building a collaboration and leading the funding application; or managing funds and other admin elements of the project. We also formally partner on projects where our expertise is used. Sometimes we support a project with additional funds. The exact set up and relationship of the auspice or partnership varies from project to project.

All of these projects have arisen out of ongoing conversations and relationships built with the local partners and align with out strategic plan.

To start a conversation about how we might support your project idea contact our executive director Kylie Shead (details below). See our auspicing policy for more details.

feature projects 
CASP
CASP

Small grants for arts projects

Regional Futures
Regional Futures

State-wide, multi arts project,

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RAMP + so hot right now now

Supported: creative and professional development

Latest updates

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CASP Stories: Carillon Spring Recital

Bathurst’s Carillion is more than a war memorial – it’s a rare but fully functioning instrument. Bathurst’s carillonists will present a series of three special concerts in October, thanks to a Country Arts Support Program grant.

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NGAYIRR NGURAMBANG: SACRED COUNTRY

Opening 6pm Friday 23 September at Mudgee Arts Precinct is ‘Ngayirr Ngurambang: Sacred Country’ a group exhibition curated by local Wiradjuri artist, Arts OutWest’s Aleshia Lonsdale. Runs to 11 December.

past project case studies

Highway of Lost Hearts
Highway of Lost Hearts

Supported 2021: theatre production

Salvage
Salvage

Supported 21-22: multi-arts response to bushfire recovery

Kangaroo
Kangaroo

Supported 2021: new play premiere

Platform Arts Hub Blayney
Platform Arts Hub Blayney

Supported: gallery and community hub

Condo Skyfest
Condo Skyfest

Supported 2021-22: Condobolin’s SkyFest

Art Restart
Art Restart

2021: regional boost

After the Fires
After the Fires

Supported 2020: exhibition and arts activities

Cowra Voices
Cowra Voices

Supported: Geolocative storytelling app

Garden of the Mind
Garden of the Mind

Supported 2019: Multi-arts mental health stories

Contact our team members

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Kylie Shead
Executive Director

(Monday-Friday)