We promote, educate, facilitate and advocate for arts and cultural development across the NSW Central West.
Friday Nov 19 & Sat Nov 20, BMEC. A woman. A dog. A campervan. And 4,500 kms of wide open road. An allegory for a country that’s lost its heart by award-winning Darwin playwright Mary Anne Butler.
2MCE and Bathurst Theatre Company’s ‘Blokes Don’t Talk’ named a finalist in two categories of the CBAA Community Radio Awards. The project was supported by an Arts OutWest Micro Grant in 2020.
Sunday 14 November, doors 2pm for 3pm show. Little Alberts at The Victoria BATHURST. Arts OutWest is pleased to present a series of Sunday Sessions featuring Original music artists from The Central West.
Arts OutWest is delighted to be working with Lachlan Shire Council to set up live, local music performance opportunities. Calling now for Lachlan Shire local musicians to take part.
We’re excited to launch a new album ‘While the World Waits’, 15 original tracks by musicians from the NSW Central West. CD copies now for sale for $10 plus postage. BUY YOUR COPY HERE.
Thursday 28 October 6.30pm-7.45pm. ONLINE. Christine and Kate share our program of arts delivery in aged care at this seminar hosted by the University of Sydney’s Create Centre.
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Cementa have smashed past their first milestone of $25,000 towards buying the Wayout Artspace premises in Kandos. The momentum now is for the next target – and you can contribute.
WATCH & VOTE: The finalists for the Lithgow Halloween Smartphone Film Competition have been selected from the 357 films entered this year by the expert panel from SF3.
Parkes is set to host a celebration of musical theatre and opera at the new Cooke Park Pavilion under the beautiful night sky of Parkes at the inaugural ‘Overture’ event on Saturday 2 April 2022.
WATCH: Developed using Dementia-Friendly Communities Community Engagement Program funding, the Creative Dementia Workshops focus on art, music and mindfulness therapies.
Each month the Regional Music Officers bring you a brand new update to our Spotify playlists. Filled with incredible talent from around their local areas, dive in to some of the best new tunes NSW has to offer from across…
Friday 26 November 2021. The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences’ Regional Stakeholder Forum (online) will focus on how cultural organisations from Western Sydney and across regional NSW connected with their communities and audiences.
The NSW Government has announced $3.4 million in funding for the Regional Arts Network in 2021/22. The RADO network is pivotal in supporting and facilitating outstanding arts and cultural outcomes for communities across regional NSW.
Thursday, 9 Dec, 5 – 8pm at Platform Arts Hub Blayney. Applications are now open to hold a market stall at the Blayney Twilight Christmas Market.
Closes 17 November 2021. To assist established festivals to relaunch after almost two years of major disruption brought about by COVID-19.
Closes 20 January 2021. Corner Store Gallery Orange’s extremely popular Group Show INSIDE THIS BOX is back for another year and they want to hear from you!
Closes 14 November 2021. Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre is hiring a full-time Business & Bookings Coordinator.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for RANSW’s staff, partnerships, programs and growth as the peak body for artists and arts and cultural organisations located in regional NSW.
Closes 12 November 2021. The 2022 program will see a record number of scholarships awarded to the young music students of Orange and surrounds, with 29 fee subsidies on offer across 22 separate categories.
Closes 3 November 2021. Blayney Shire Council in conjunction with Mitchell Conservatorium and the Orange Regional Conservatorium are offering music tuition scholarships and encouragement awards for students aged between 7 and 18 years who live in the Blayney Shire
NOW CLOSED. Closes 15 October 2021. Are you hosting an event in 2022? Funding and in-kind support is available through Council’s Events Assistance Program.
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Arts OutWest acknowledges the traditional owners of the country on which we work, the Wiradjuri / Wiradyuri people, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their custodians past, present and emerging.