Local communities driving regional Hubs initiative

Local communities driving regional Hubs initiative

Five diverse organisations will be leading Regional Arts WA’s Regional Arts Network initiative as they re-imagine how arts services are delivered to their local communities across regional and remote Western Australia. The Regional Arts Network of Hubs is proudly...

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Central Desert gets “best Sand Tracks show ever”

Central Desert gets “best Sand Tracks show ever”

It’s been another epic year for Sand Tracks, as the tour travelled 5,487km to bring bands from Australia’s Top End and Tableland to 5 communities in the heart of our nation. Sand Tracks 2019 kicked off at the Bush Bands Business conference at Ross River, where six...

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Change is in the air

Change is in the air

Over the past 18 months, our Board of Directors has undertaken a significant review of the organisation to strengthen our capacity to respond faster and more effectively to the needs of the regional arts sector and the communities we serve. This planning has been...

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Purple People Show spreads circus joy through regional WA

Purple People Show spreads circus joy through regional WA

Nothing brings communities in regional WA together quite like the circus. The pageantry, the spectacle, the sights and sounds. And in this case… the purple. Zap Circus’ Purple People Show just wrapped up its regional WA tour after more than six weeks on the road....

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The Bard Enters the Bush

The Bard Enters the Bush

In January 2019, the Quarry Adventure Park Amphitheatre in Meadow Springs was filled to the brim with locals ready to experience a new twist on a Shakespeare classic with Drug Aware Midsummer Dreaming (AKA The Bard Enters the Bush). The free public performances were...

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Regional Arts WA receives core funding from the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lotterywest.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet and work. We cherish First Nation’s people and respect their spiritual connection to their land and cultural heritage and belief systems. We value these ancient systems and understand that they are thriving, evolving and will empower and enhance all Australians.