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 Tracey Callinan (details below). See our auspicing policy for more details.
May 7-9, Bathurst. Carillonists and bellringers from around the country, together with the absolute best local adult and school bands, orchestras, choirs and ensembles. Supported by an Arts OutWest Micro Grant.
Fri 30 April – Sun May 2, BMEC. Streaming the Sydney Writers’ Festival Live plus a great local program of regional writers.
May & June. Bathurst. Calling all makers and creators! Looking for a creative outlet? Join an exciting new Local Stages performance event.
NOW CLOSED. ‘Kangaroo’ is a new play by Miranda Gott produced by Local Stages, Q Theatre and Lingua Franca. This is a casting call for three professional actors for the premiere and tour mid 2021.
Enjoy outstanding musical talents in stunning settings around the beautiful Orange Region, April 8-11.
Condobolin’s third SkyFest: Miima Warrabinya will be held at the Wiradjuri Study Centre on the 3- 5 September. Supported by Arts Restart, CASP and IVAIS.
The Inland Sea of Sound festival is back 24-28 February, 2021 in Bathurst with a series of fantastic concerts in town, both indoors and outdoors.
The owner of Tremain’s Mill, Stephen Birrell invited artists to hold an end of year group exhibition
The geolocative storytelling app won the Oral History NSW Award and was shortlisted for the National Trust Heritage Awards.
The Lithgow Outstanding Event of the Year Award was presented to TryBal Productions for The Garden of the Mind, an installation and performance that aimed to raise awareness of mental health and promote social inclusion and wellness within the community.