HELLO.

Welcome to Western Riverina Arts - a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to develop, support and promote the arts and culture in Griffith, Leeton, Narrandera & Murrumbidgee. 
We hope you enjoy your stay!

CASP and RAF closing soon

CASP and RAF closing soon

Applications for CASP and RAF funding are closing soon. Applications for Country Arts Support Program (CASP) funding closes on Friday 3rd August 2018 (5pm), and applications for Regional Arts Fund grants close on Friday 10th August 2018 (5pm). 

CASP is an annual small grants program administered by Regional Arts NSW (RANSW) on behalf of Create NSW. The Western Riverina region has its own allocation of funding, therefore local artists, groups and organisations in the Leeton, Griffith, Narrandera and Murrumbidgee Council areas are encouraged to apply. Up to $3000 is available for each project primarily for professional artists’ fees, travel and accommodation. If you would like to apply it is required that you speak with Western Riverina Arts Regional Arts Development Officer Derek Motion prior to submission to discuss your project and application. Contact Derek via 0428 882 059 or rado@westrivarts.com.au. 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY?

  • A not for profit incorporated body
  • A local government authority
  • A collective with a nominated auspicing body. 

Applicants are required to have a current certificate of currency for Broad form Liability or ‘Public Liability’ Insurance.

Projects must take place between January 1 2019 and December 31 2019. 

Applications are now open, and close Friday 3rd August @ 5pm. 

Download the 2019 CASP guidelines here. 

 

The RAF is an Australian Government initiative that supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote communities in Australia. The program is managed by Regional Arts Australia and Regional Arts NSW, and is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities.

Funding for the 2019 round is available for projects commencing between 1 January and 31 December 2019. Projects must be based or delivered in regional NSW, with grants available in the categories of New InitiativesPartnerships and biennial category, Small Regional Festivals Support. The arts or cultural focus of the project can include visual arts, circus, dance, film, literature, music, theatre, puppetry, digital media and cross-art-form works. Projects are also eligible for multi-year funding for up to 2 years.
 
Applications open: 9:00AM AEST, Tuesday 19 June 2018
Applications close: 5:00PM AEST, Friday 10 August 2018

For guidelines and more information visit: http://regionalartsnsw.com.au/grants/raf/

 Jeremy Lachlan - Author Talk, Griffith City Library

Jeremy Lachlan - Author Talk, Griffith City Library

Introduction to Renaissance Art - Narrandera Arts

Introduction to Renaissance Art - Narrandera Arts