Our Activity

Regional Arts WA is committed to celebrating and strengthening a powerful regional arts sector to support connected and creative communities which make regional WA a better place to live for everyone.

Here’s how we’ve been doing that recently!

September 2021

  • CEO Paul MacPhail, Program Manager Philippa Maughan, Network Coordinator Gemma Robins, Investment Coordinator Amber Launay, Project Officer Carla Steele, Project Officer Hannah Chambers, Project Officer Shandell Cummings and Communications Officer Alanna Kusin travelled to Karratha for Artlands 2021, 1 September
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins presented information about the Regional Arts Network at Artlands 2021, 2 September
  • Regional Arts WA met with James Boyd from Creative Partnerships Australia about income diversification seminars being given in his regional tour, 14 September

August 2021

  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the Chamber CEG meeting, then joined the sector in farewelling Duncan Ord from DG of DLGSCI, 4 August
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Ryan Taafe, CEO Circuitwest to duscuss Strategic Planning and Royalties for Regions funding, 5 August
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Centre for Social Impact to discuss the final draft of the 2020 Network Evaluation Report, 5 August
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the launch of the Minderoo Fellowships program, 5 August
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins coordinated the Regional Arts Orgs Roundtable with a focus on ways of working with First Nations communities, 11 August
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Creative Corner Board member Jon Ricciardone to provide feedback on their draft Strategic Plan, 11 August
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended Healthway Act Belong Commit Arts Networking Seminar, 25 August
  • Regional Arts WA met with Tegan Petrucco from Element WA to discuss opportunities for artists through their services, 26 August

July 2021

  • Regional Arts WA farewelled Operations Officer Fleur Hardy, 1 July
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the Opening Night of Penelope & Marlin by Southern Edge Arts in the Albany Town Hall, 7 July
  • Regional Arts WA held its July Youth Sub-Committee meeting, 13 July
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Jenny Garroun in York to discuss the plans for the York Festival and the advocacy required to establish a Community Arts Centre, 13 July
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with WA Museums Regional Director Jess Machin to discuss future collaborations, 15 July
  • Regional Arts WA farewelled Operations Officer Fleur Hardy, 15 July
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the Peak bodies roundtable held by Ink Strategy on the Great Southern Arts, Culture & Heritage Strategy, 20 July
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins represented Regional Arts WA at the Network Executive meeting, 22 July
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with consultant Aiden Date to finalise the brief to run the Board workshop process to refresh the current Strategic Plan, 23 July
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Kate Fielding from A New Approach to discuss national advocacy agenda, 26 July
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Amanda Willmott from Gascoyne Dev Commission to discuss synergies with Network Initiative and RASI programs, 28 July

June 2021

  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with the DLGSC to discuss the creation of a Coordinated Development Program for regional artists and arts organisations, 1 June
  • CEO Paul MacPhail, Program Manager Philippa Maughan, Communications Officer Alanna Kusin and work experience student Irwin Lewis travelled to Koorliny Arts Centre to hear the Minister for the Arts announce the continuation of Shows on the Go under the auspices of CircuitWest with an expansion into touring to outer-metro venues, 2 June
  • Program Manager Weng-Si met with Perth Festival to discuss regional opportunities and support for regional-based artists, 2 June
  • Regional Arts WA staff walked as part of the Reconciliation Walk organised by Reconciliation WA, 3 June
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan hosted a Regional Online Chat with Alli Doherty from DLGSC about their new Creative Communities funding program, including discussing ideas for projects (video on website), 3 June
  • Investment Coordinator Amber Launay and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins travelled to Carnarvon to present and attend Gascoyne in May’s Heart of Arts Symposium and Eventide festival, 4 June
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins and Communications Assistant Jasmine Eales attended a Shroom Zoom (hosted by The North Midlands Project) about the North Midlands Project’s activities in the sector, 8 June
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins and the Regional Arts Network hosted their fifth Ebb + Flow Connect + Share Session, 10 June
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended a meeting of Chamber of the Arts and Culture and artform peak bodies to discuss how the arts sector jointly approaches the delivery of professional development programs, 10 June
  • Program Manager Weng-Si met with Triple M to discuss media opportunities, 10 June
  • Regional Arts WA held its June Youth Sub-Committee meeting, 15 June
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins travelled to Geraldton with Dr. Shona Erskine, North Midlands Project to deliver the Creative Leadership Program, 15 June
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the first Virtual World Café exploring the idea for a regional arts festival, 16 June
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the second Virtual World Café exploring the idea for a regional arts festival, 17 June
  • Program Manager Weng-Si attended Performing Lines WA’s Equity & Inclusion in our Performing Arts Spaces (Panel conversation), 17 June
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the third Virtual World Café exploring the idea for a regional arts festival, 18 June
  • Investment Coordinator Amber Launay gave a funding and grant writing presentation to emerging producers attending CircuitWest and Annette Carmichael’s personal development program: an Ecoysystem for Arts and Ideas, 23 June
  • Kate Fielding from A New Approach presented to Regional Arts WA Board and staff and talked about the findings from Imagining 2030: Preparing for a National Arts, Culture and Creativity Plan, 29 June

May 2021

  • Regional Arts WA hosted their Annual General Meeting (AGM), 4 May
  • Project Officer Hannah Chambers spoke with ABC Goldfields radio about the Next Level Regional Grants available to people in their communities, 5 May
  • Project Officer Hannah Chambers and Communications Assistant Jasmine Eales hosted a Next Level Regional Grant online application walk-through with youth members of the community, 5 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with CircuitWest Executive Director Ryan Taafe to discuss regional touring opportunities, 7 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with Paul Caulfield from the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSCI) to discuss regional The Arts Organisation Investment Program (AOIP) applications and capacity building proposal, 7 May
  • Communications Officer Alanna Kusin and Communications Assistant Jasmine Eales attended a Shroom Zoom (hosted by The Creative Grid) on the topic of Arts Improves Lives, 11 May
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the Regional Arts Organisation Roundtable, chaired by Network Coordinator Gemma Robins and attended by CEO Paul MacPhail (published notes available), 12 May
  • Media Release announces new board members, Bobbi Lockyer from the Pilbara and Grace Crogan from the Mid West region, 13 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with Christine Scoggin from the Chamber of Arts and Culture to discuss regional capacity building opportunities to add value to Lotterywest funded Chamber project, 13 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Chair Ted Snell attended the opening of the Alternative Archive at John Curtin Gallery, 13 May
  • Paul MacPhail attended and presented to Regional Arts Symposium at King Street Art Cente as part of the Alternative Archive gathering, 14 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Network Initiative stakeholders Ian Potter and Minderoo Foundations to give an update on the project, 17 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Denmark Arts Artistic Director Vivienne Robertson met with newly elected Warren-Blackwood MLA Jane Kelsbie to discuss Royalties for Regions and imbalance of funding, 18 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Denmark Arts Artistic Director Vivienne Robertson presented to Denmark Shire Council in support of Triennial Funding proposal underlined by the addition of Denmark Arts to Network Initiative as a Hub, 18 May
  • Program Manager Jessica Anderson attended a lecture on ‘Employment Law, Contracting and HR Considerations for Arts and Culture Organisations’ hosted by the Chamber of Arts and Culture, 20 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail chaired the Regional Arts Australia CEO Advisory Group meeting to talk about the new Regional Arts Fund Deed, potential new Boost funding, progress of national Strategic Projects, and a potential national Takso trial, 20 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the Capel Makers Trail catching up with coordinator Tracie Walsh and Regional Arts WA Fellowship Artist Helen Seiver, 21 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail presented to DLGSCI staff Marty Cunningham, Tina and Rebecca on Regional Arts WA initiative of sector wide Outcomes, and use of Takso platform including regional Pilot, 24 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Communications Officer Alanna Kusin met with regional arts practioners from across the State to kick off the Regional Arts Outcomes Measurement Pilot, 26 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail, Program Manager Philippa Maughan, Project Officer Carla Steele and Communications Officer Alanna Kusin attended the last performance of the YUCK Circus Lotterywest Shows On The Go Tour in Harvey, 26 May
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the Metro Service Organisation Roundtable, chaired by CEO Paul MacPhail and attended by Network Coordinator Gemma Robins (published notes available), 26 May

April 2021

  • Program Manager Weng-Si and Investment Coordinator Amber Launay spoke with Know Your Nation WA, 4 April
  • Media Release announces two youth-led arts projects during National Youth Week through the Drug Aware YCulture Regional program, 12 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the Chamber Arts & Culture Chief Executives Meeting – discussing state and national advocacy, 13 April
  • Project Officer Hannah Chambers, Investment Coordinator Amber Launay and Communications Assistant Jasmine Eales hosted a regional online chat to discuss Next Level Grants and interviewed former and current grant recipients Rita Bush and Sita Bennett, 13 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with David Bownman-Bright from MidWest Arts re Network Strategy and AGM hosting in light of Cylcone Seroja, 15 April
  • Media Release announces The Honourable Kim Beazley AC, Governor of Western Australia has accepted the invitation to become the Patron of Regional Arts WA, 15 April
  • Media release announces the opening of the Expressions of Interests for becoming a Hub in Regional Arts WA’s emerging state-wide Network, 20 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the Chamber of Arts and Culture focus group on Mental Health with guest speaker Collette Wrynn from Western Australian Association for Mental Health (WAMH), 20 April
  • Program Manager Weng-Si attended a Shroom Zoom (hosted by The Creative Grid) joining the conversation around R.A.T. (Regional Arts Triennial), 21 April
  • Investment Coordinator Amber Launay and Project Officer Hannah Chambers hosted an online mid-project catchup for 2020 Next Level Grant recipients, 22 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Chair Ted Snell met with Natalie Jenkins, Regional Arts Australia Vice Chair to discuss national agenda, 23 April
  • Program Manager Weng-Si and Communications Officer Alanna met with a contact from the ABC to explore the idea of broadcasting regional arts stories, 23 April
  • Media release announces a major milestone for the Regional Arts Network initiative through the development of a new Residency and Touring Project, Ebb+Flow, 27 April
  • Investment coordinator Amber Launay gave an online funding and grantwriting presentation via zoom to Boddington Community Resource Centre and community members, 28 April

March 2021

  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan hosted an online QandA with Ally May from Culture and the Arts (DLGSC)’s and presenters on the YUCK Tour about Get Your Show on the Road funding program, 3 March
  • The Regional Arts Network hosted the second Ebb + Flow Connect + Share Session, 4 March
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the inaugural Wandju (Welcome) Workshop for the Regional Arts Sector Investment organisations, 5 March
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins travelled to Busselton with Dr. Shona Erskine and Creative Corner to deliver the Creative Leadership Program, 8 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail, Network Coordinator Gemma Robins and Network Assistant Cate Creedon met with the Creative Corner Board and Giles Tuffin, Principal Policy Officer at Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, 8 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Assistant Cate Creedon completed the Creative Leadership Program in Busselton, 9 March
  • Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) intern Mandy Rauch commenced a ten week internship researching Information Governance Frameworks, 15 March
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins travelled to Ravensthorpe with Dr. Shona Erskine and Rave About Arts to deliver the Creative Leadership Program, 22 March
  • Program Officer Carla Steele hosted the tour briefing for the Family Shoveller Band’s tour to the Indian Ocean Territories, 22 March
  • Family Shoveller Band toured to Christmas and Cocos (Keeling) Islands in a very successful tour, 22 March
  • The Regional Arts Network welcomed Jacky Cheng to the Ebb+Flow Connect+Share session to discuss development opportunities, 25 March
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan presented at the The Rural, Regional, Remote (RRR) Women’s Network’s inaugural Roundtable about the impact of the recent state election on the arts in regional WA, 25 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Director of Culture and the Arts Rob Didcoe and staff about the balance of Royalties for Regions funding to metro versus regions, 30 March
  • Investment Coordinator Amber Launay attended the official re-launch of the Albany Town Hall, 31 March

February 2021

  • Great Southern-based Amber Launay as the Investment Coordinator overseeing Regional Arts WA’s funding programs, 1 February
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins attended the online Social Impact Leadership Program Launch, 5 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail, Network Coordinator Gemma Robins facilitated the Regional Arts Network’s Executive Meeting, 5 February
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins and the Regional Arts Network hosted their first Ebb + Flow Connect + Share Session, 11 February
  • Investment Coordinator Amber Launay provided information to the GS Weekender for an article on upcoming grant opportunities and previous successful recipients from the Great Southern, 12 February
  • Metro Regional Service Organisations roundtable chaired by CEO Paul MacPhail, 12 February
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the Regional Organisations Roundtable, 26 February

January 2021

  • CEO Paul MacPhail, Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang, and Southern Forest Arts Artistic Director/General Manager Fiona Sinclair met with DLGSC to discuss Regional Festivals, 15 January
  • Project Officer Hayley Dart and Program Manager Philippa Maughan hosted several sector wide focus groups for the Future Summit program, 15-29 January
  • Regional Arts WA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Working Party had its inaugural meeting, 19 January
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Jael Johnson and Meredith Bell from Theatre Kimberley whilst they were in Perth to discuss upcoming funding opportunities, 19 January
  • Program Coordinator Fleur Hardy and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Clancy McDowell from Kimberley Arts Network discuss upcoming funding opportunities, 19 January
  • Staff participated in the Creative Leadership Program with Dr Shona Erskine, 20 January
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Patrycja Rosinska and Rose from The Junction Co. whilst they were in Perth to discuss the Regional Arts Network and Pilbara Public Artists Development Program, 27 January

December 2020

  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended Future Now’s Visual Arts Industry Advisory Network Roundtable, 2 December
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with National MP Colin Holt to discuss the development of a Regional Arts Policy, 4 December
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Minderoo Foundation and The Ian Potter Foundation, 11 December
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins and the Regional Arts Network participated in Asset Mapping development series with Bank of IDEAS, 14 December
  • Chair Ted Snell, CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins attended Minderoo Foundation’s 2020 Arts Partners Sundowner, 15 December

November 2020

  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins travelled to Port Hedland and Tom Price with Dr. Shona Erskine and The Junction Co. to deliver the Creative Leadership Program, 30 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Centre of Social Impact to discuss Network Evaluation, 27 November
  • Philippa Maughan chaired the Regional Artist Roundtable – Paul MacPhail and Hannah Chambers also in attendance, 27 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail represented Regional Arts WA at the Regional Arts Australia AGM, 26 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Country Music club of Boyup Brook to discuss their new strategic planning processes, 24 November
  • Program Manager Weng-Si spoke to a past TEDx organiser to brainstorm celebration ideas for the sector, 24 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with James Boyd from Creative Partnerships Australia to discuss recent regional workshops and Hubs strategies, 23 November
  • Program Manager Weng-Si attended Community Arts Network’s Diversity Working Party, 19 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail helped launch Dwellingup artist Monique Tippet’s solo exhibition “My Darling” at ECU, 19 November
  • Program Manager Weng-Si and Project Officer Hannah met with Healthway to discuss Drug Aware YCulture 2021, 18 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Chari Ted Snell meet with Minister David Templeman – discussion focused on Resilience funding, Operational costs, small community touring , 16 November
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan was recognised with The People’s Pinnacle, presented by CircuitWest at WA Showcase, 11 November
  • Program Coordinator Fleur Hardy attended the opening of Exmouth Cultural Arts Centre’s 2020 Exibald Exmouth Portrait Competition, 6 November
  • Program Manager, Philippa Maughan presented at the SW Active Communities Network with Fiona de Garis from Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, hosted by DLGSC SW Office, 5 November
  • Metro Regional Service Orgs roundtable chaired by CEO Paul MacPhail – updates and review of Outcomes mapping, 5 November

October 2020

  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended a Regional Arts Australia workshop (co-facilitated by The Australia Council for the Arts) exploring the future of the regional arts sector, 30 October
  • Regional Arts WA Board meeting held in Perth, 20 October
  • Regional Arts WA Youth Sub-Comittee Meeting held online, 19 October
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended Chamber of Carts Culture CEG meeting, 13 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail & Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with UWA Centre for Social Impact responding to first Hubs Evaluation, 8 October
  • Prgoram Manager Weng Si Cheang met with PICA to discuss regional participation, 7 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail & Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with Minderoo & The Ian Potter Foundations to discuss first Hubs Evaluation and 2021 plans, 5 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the Australia Council Re-Imagine webinar, 2 October

September 2020

  • CEO Paul MacPhail chaired Regional Arts Aust CEO’s meeting – welcoming new member from Tasmania and discussing new RAF Deed, 25 September
  • Program Manager Weng Si Cheang participated in Austrlian Council of the Arts’ re:Imagine session, 24 September
  • Program Manager Weng Si Cheang met with Community Arts Network’s Diversity Coordinator to discuss Inclusion Policies, 23 September
  • CEO Paul MacPhail & Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with current Regional Arts Hubs to discuss contract renewals and Delivery Framework, 22 September
  • Program Manager Weng Si Cheang met with Encounter Theatre to discuss regional access, 22 September
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Minister David Templeman as part of Regional Cabinet Town Hall meeting in Broome – introduced local orgs, 20 September
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Goolarri Media in Broome to discuss local issues, Kimberley networking and Ministerial visit, 18 September
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Theatre Kimberley in Broome to discuss local issues, Kimberley networking and Ministerial visit, 18 September
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Kimberley Arts Network in Broome to discuss local issues, Kimberley networking and Ministerial visit, 18 September
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with KALACC in Broome to discuss local issues, Kimberley networking and Ministerial visit, 18 September
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Magabala in Broome to discuss local issues, Kimberley networking and Ministerial visit, 18 September
  • Paul MacPhail met with Marrugeku in Broome to discuss local issues, Kimberley networking and Ministerial visit, 18 September
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the Regional Artist Roundtable, 17 September
  • Project Officers Hannah Chambers, Shandell Cummings and Fleur Hardy hosted a Regional Online Chat discussing Regional Arts Resilience Grants and RAF Recovery
  • The first round of Regional Arts Resilience Grants recipients are announced, 9 September
  • Program Manager Weng-Si and Program Coordinator Fleur met with the Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries to discuss the Creative Communities Recovery Program, 7 September
  • Program Manager Weng-Si and Program Coordinator Fleur met with DLGSC to discuss Creative Communities Recovery Program
  • Regional Arts WA hosted the Regional Organisations Roundtable, 3 September
  • CEO Paul MacPhail interviewed young regional puppeteer Chloe Flockhart for the upcoming Australian Drama Studies journal, 3 September

August 2020

  • RAF Relief Grants close, 31 August
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with regional artist Fiona Sinclair and John Curtin Gallery re potential future partnership project, 26 August
  • Regional Arts WA Board meeting held in Perth, 25 August
  • Communications Officer Jon Solmundson attended the National Innovation Games to present regional circumstances and assist with the challenge of using technology to deliver “more sustainable organisations, practices and communities”, 19 August
  • RAF Recovery Grants open, 3 August

July 2020

  • Program Manager Weng-Si attended Lotterywest grants webinar
  • Project Officers Carla Steele, Hannah Chambers, Shandell Cummings and Fleur Hardy hosted a Regional Online Chat discussing Regional Arts Resilience Grants and RAF Relief
  • Project Officer Hannah Chambers and Communications Officer Jon Solmundson meet with emerging graphic designer Codee-Lee Down to discuss a redesign of the Drug Aware YCulture Regional promotional materials, 23 July
  • Regional Arts Resilsience Grants open, 13 July
  • Program Manager Weng-Si met with OMI to discuss how more CALD communities can be support with a number grants, 8 July
  • RAF Relief Grants Open, 1 July

June 2020

  • Teleconference hosted to provide monthly meeting for the Regional Arts Network, 23 June
  • Regional Arts Network Hub Coordinators completed Module 2 of the Creative Leadership Course, 18 June
  • Program Managers Philippa Maughan and Weng Si Cheang attended the Chamber of Arts and Culture panel discussion on Governance Prioritises for Arts Organisations in COVID times, 12 June
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan and Project Officer Hannah Chambers hosted an initial Artists Roundtable to discuss how a statewide regional roundtable could best support artists, 10 June
  • Program Coordinator Fleur Hardy attended Regional Arts Fund Manager meeting with Regional Arts Australia and the National network of Regional Program Administrators
  • Regional Arts WA faciliated the “Regional Rountable”, attended by 14 participants across 7 regions, 9 June
  • Regional Arts WA staff worked with DrawHistory in an initial consultation workshop to begin the evaluation process for Community Presenting, 9 June
  • Whilst in Margaret River, Network Coordinator Gemma Robins met with new Creative Corner Coordinator Stu McMillan to discuss Regional Arts Network deliverables, 9 June
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins travelled to the South West and met with Regional Arts Sector Investment recipient organisation Arts Margarer River to discuss further planning, 8 June
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended Bob Harlow’s Masterclass on developing effective audience surveys, 4 June
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins supported facilitation of The Junction Co.’s Jury Art Prize judging panel in Perth at the King Street Arts Centre, 2 June

May 2020

  • Independent Facilitator Annette Carmichael hosted Information Session to support regional organisations with their application to the Regional Arts Sector Investment (RASI) grant, 27 May
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang and Independent Facilitator Annette Carmichael attended SmartyGrants training, 26 May
  • Teleconference hosted to provide monthly meeting for the Regional Arts Network, 26 May
  • Independent Facilitator Annette Carmichael hosted Information Session to support regional organisations with their application to the Regional Arts Sector Investment (RASI) grant, 25 May
  • Regional Arts Network Hub Coordinators completed Module 1 of the Creative Leadership Course, 21 May
  • Regional Arts WA hosted service organisations with regional programs in a second roundtable conversation, 19 May
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang discussed target output measurements with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, 18 May
  • Network Coordinator Gemma Robins attended The Ian Potter Foundation’s Grantee Workshop, 14 May
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan hosted a Regional Online Chat with Patrick Moriarty from Our Community talking about governance in COVID times and preparing for post-isolation, 14 May
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan presented to WAAPA Arts Management students about regional arts organisations and Regional Arts WA, 13 May
  • Regional Arts WA hosted its Annual General Meeting with 37 members in attendance, 5 May
  • Annette Carmichael, Independent Facilitator, joined Regional Arts WA to facilitate the Regional Arts Sector Investment (RASI) funding round, 4 May
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with representatives from Lotterywest to discuss repurposing of 220 Presenting funds, 1 May

April 2020

  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan hosted a Regional Online Chat with Nikki Miller from Lotterywest about Lotterywest’s COVID Relief Funding, 30 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail chaired Regional Arts Australia’s CEOs Committee. A guideline discussion was held around the new $10 million Regional Arts Recovery Boost, 23 April
  • Chair Sue Middleton and CEO Paul met with Minister for Culture and the Arts David Templeman to discuss the impacts COVID-19 on the regional arts sector, and responses from Regional Arts WA and the Government, 23 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with Healthway representatives to discuss possible repurposing of funds allocated to COVID-19 cancellations, 22 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Department of Culture and the Arts WA Manager Mel Walley-Stack regarding allocation and guidelines for the new Regional Arts Resilience Fund, 20 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with David Bowman-Bright from North Midlands to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on the regional arts sector, and respective organisational response, 20 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Project Officer Gemma Robins met with Creative Corner to discuss the Regional Arts Network, impact of COVID-19 on the regional arts sector, and respective organisational response, 20 April
  • Regional Arts WA hosted service organisations with regional programs in a roundtable conversation in response to COVID-19, 17 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Department of Culture and the Arts WA Executive Director Rob Didcoe regarding the Ministerial Statement of new funding for the regional arts sector, 10 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Shelagh Magadza from the Chamber of Culture and the Arts to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the regional arts sector, and respective organsiational response, 9 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Ryan Taafe from Circuitwest to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the regional arts sector, and respective organisational response, 8 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail chaired Regional Arts Australia’s CEOs Committee. Discussion was held around initial state responses to COVID-19, 8 April
  • First Regional Online Chats was launched with CEO Paul MacPhail, 7 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Project Officer Gemma Robins met with Minderoo Foundation to discuss continuation of current contract for Regional Arts Network, 6 April
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Chad Creighton from the Aboriginal Art Centre Hub of WA to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on the regional arts sector, and respective organisational response, 2 April
  • Project Officer Monique Boucher and Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang debriefed Blind Dates with Circuitwest, 1 April

March 2020

  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Kylie Bracknell and Iain Grandage from Festival of Perth re potential involvement in Noongar regional 2022 project, 31 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Project Officer Gemma Robins met with Minderoo, Ian Potter and Hubs to discuss Leadership program and Evaluation processes (with Centre for Social Impact), 30 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Department of Culture and the Arts WA Executive Director Rob Didcoe to discuss the impact of COVID-19, and need for urgent release of multi-year funding program, 25 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with DLGSC representatives to discuss the deferment of the March IOT Tour and its implications for artists and communities, 19 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail, Program Manager Philippa Maughan and Project Officer Carla Steele met with 12 regional community presenters and YUCK Circus to discuss the deferment of May’s tour and the impact of COVID19, 17 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Kim Jameson from Art on the Move to discuss the Public Galleries Report and future sector wide advocacy, 13 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail,Program Manager Jess Anderson and Project Officer Gemma Robins met with the funded RASI organisations in a round table forum to discuss future gatherings and the impact of COVID19, 13 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Operations Officer met with Squarecode to discuss sector needs around collaborative working platforms, 12 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Operations Officer met with Red Rock to discuss sector needs around collaborative working platforms, 10 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Ravensthorpe RAC met with the Shire of Jerramungup to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 5 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Ravensthorpe RAC met with the Shire of Lake Grace to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 5 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Ravensthorpe RAC met with the Shire of Ravensthorpe to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 4 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the MP Mick Murray to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 25 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with representatives from Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council to discuss funding, programs and key risks being face by the organisation, 4 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Ravensthorpe RAC met with the Shire of Esperance to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 3 March
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with representatives from Esperance Community Arts to discuss funding, programs and key risks being face by the organisation, 3 March

February 2020

  • CEO Paul MacPhail represented Regional Arts WA at the fabulous opening of Annette Carmichael’s CHORUS, 29 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the Shire of Manjimup to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 28 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the City of Busselton to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 27 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the Shire of Augusta Margaret River to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 27 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Andrew Frith from Arts Margaret River to discuss funding, programs and key risks being faced by the organisation, 27 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the Shire of Nannup to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 26 February 2020
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the Shire of Boyup Brook to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 26 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the South West Development Commission to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 25 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the Shire of Collie to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 25 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the MP Mick Murray to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 25 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the Shire of Donnybrook to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 25 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the Shire of Harvey to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 24 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with the Shire of Dardanup to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 24 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and representatives from Regional Arts Hub Creative Corner met with MP Colin Holt to outline the value of the Hubs in their local community and discuss future possible collaborations, 24 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang met with DLGSCI staff to discuss organisational sector Target Outputs for 2020, 21 February
  • Six staff attended a presentation by David Bowman-Bright on the North Midlands Project and its new Hub Plan, 21 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang attended DLGSCI’s induction session on the Arts Organisation Investment Program, 20 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Operations Officer met with Blue Box solutions to discuss sector needs around collaborative working platforms, 20 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Phillipa met with Merryn Carter and Jordan Gibbs as part of the National Touring Scan consultation to highlight WA regional needs, 19 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail chaired Regional Arts Australia CEO’s Planning workshop, 6 February
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Our Community to progress talks around delivery of Governance resources in regional WA, 6 February

January 2020

  • As part of the Blind Dates program Project Officer Monique Boucher met with performing metro and regional producers and performers, and presenters – including Natassia Shirazee from Shire of Katanning, David Marshall from Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre, Lys Tickner from Don Russell Performing Arts Centre, Catharine Daniels from Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre, 30 January
  • CEO Paul and Program Manager Weng-Si met with the Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries to discuss the Arts Organisation Investment Program, 30 January
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins and the Hub Coordinators had their third Network Roundtable, 30 January
  • Operations Officer Lorraine Sanders and CEO Paul MacPhail met with Mav3rick IT to discuss the Client Relationship Management platform to be implemented to improve networking, 29 January
  • As part of the Blind Dates program Project Officer Monique Boucher, Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang, and Communications Officer Jon Solmundson met with performing producers and performers, and presenters – including Cait Stewart from Arts Narrogin, Julian Canny from Euphorium Creative, Lys Tickner from Don Russell Performing Arts Centre, 23 January
  • Blind Dates commenced, inviting performing artists at Fringe World Festival to consult with Regional Arts WA and CircuitWest regarding regional WA touring opportunities, 23 January
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang met with The Lester Prize to discuss increased regional participants, 22 January
  • Jael Johnson from Theatre Kimberley met with Project Officer Gemma Robins and Program Manager Jess Anderson to discuss the Regional Arts Sector Initiative, 22 January
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with Sports & Recreation Manager for Regional Services Mitch Hardy to discuss potential joint initiatives, 22 January
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended forum coordinated by MediaSuper; Current approaches to Mental Wellbeing in the workplace. Links and resources can be found on the website for The Arts Wellbeing Collective and a short video is available on the Mentally Healthy workplace activity report here, 21 January
  • Program Manager Jess Anderson, Project Officer Gemma Robins and CEO Paul MacPhail met with Vancouver Art Centre to discuss future planning, particularly around renovated Albany Town Hall, 21 January
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with David Bowman Bright of the Midlands Project to discuss a statewide professional development program for arts practitioners, 21 January
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins and Program Manager Jess Anderson met with potential evaluators for the Regional Arts Network initiative at the UWA Centre for Social Impact, 21 January
  • Chair Sue Middleton and CEO Paul met with independent Nominations Committee advising Board of potential new candidates as part of long term succession planning, 20 January
  • Program Manager Jess Anderson and Project Officer Fleur Hardy met with Healthway to discuss the Drug Aware YCulture Regional program, 16 January
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang met with OMI to discuss potential fieldtrips, 14 January
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Jess Anderson met with Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries to discuss multi-year funding options for regional organisations, 13 January
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Ken Mills from Esperance Community Arts to discuss potential multi-year funding options for regional organisations, 9 January
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with Chamber for Arts & Culture WA Executive Director Shelagh Magazda to discuss coordinated opportunities, 8 January
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Ryan Taafe of CircuitWest to discuss recent joint Board meeting, 8 January
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang met with OMI, 8 January

December 2019

  • Program Managers Weng-Si Cheang and Philippa Maughan met with Healthway, 19 December
  • Program Manager Jess Anderson and Project Officer Gemma Robins met with Andrew from Arts Margaret River, 18 December
  • Program Manager Jess Anderson and Project Officer Gemma Robins received a tour of the new HEART venue in Margaret River, 18 December
  • Program Manager Jess Anderson and Project Officer Gemma Robins travelled to Busselton to meet with Ceative Corner A/Chair Mat Lewis, Regional Development Australia South West Chair, and ArtGeo Cultural Complex Coordinator at City of Busselton to view the gallery, BEACH space, and other potenial art spaces, 18 December
  • Program Manager Jess Anderson and Project Officer Gemma Robins attended Creative Corner’s AGM and Christmas Party in Margaret River, 17 December
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with the Chamber of Arts and Culture’s Shelagh Magadza to discuss joint projects, 16 December
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins and the Hub Coordinators had their second Network Roundtable, 13 December
  • CEO Paul MacPhail interviewed live on RTR FM regarding the Regional Arts Hubs and future funding for regional arts organisations, 13 December
  • Successful joint meeting between Boards of CircuitWest and Regional Arts WA, 11 December
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang attended WA Cultural Development End of Year Event with AGWA and Healthway, 9 December
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang particpated CAN’s December Diversity Working Party, 5 December
  • Program Officer Gemma Robins attended The Junction Co.’s Artisan Markets at the Esplanade Hotel, 5 December
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended Curtis Taylor: Selected Screen Works and Q&A, a selection of short films curated by Martu artist and former Regional Arts WA board member Curtis Taylor, 4 December
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins and The Junction Co. Executive Officer, Katie Evans met with Jenna Dodge from the Pilbara Development Commission, 4 December
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins and The Junction Co. Executive Officer, Katie Evans visited the FORM Pilbara team at Spinerfex Studios, 4 December
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins and The Junction Co. Executive Officer, Katie Evans spoke with Spirit 94.1 Hedland about the Hubs quantitative, 4 December
  • In conjunction with Blessings Maskuk from the Goldfields Community Legal Centre, Regional Arts WA hosted an advisory forum at the Goldfields Arts Centre, 3 December
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins travelled to Port Hedland to meet and spend time with The Junction Co., 3 December
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan and Project Officer Gemma Robins travelled to Kalgoorlie to attend ArtGold’s PopUp Shop Launch. Throughout the trip meetings are held with: Tim Neeson & Marcus McGuire about their plans for a festival; Sarah Fletcher, Regan Brewer; Courtney Bergersen and Peter Rampellini from the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission focussing on economic impact reporting; Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Jane Menzies to discuss the City’s arts and culture plan; Deb and Libby Carmody from Tjuma Pulka Radio  about future planning; and ArtGold Committee Member Ada Hanson about the Hub program, 2 December

November 2019

  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Australian Government Department of Communications and the Arts. Talks focused on negotiations for a new 2020 Regional Arts Fund Deed, 29 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Chair Sue Middleton attended Regional Arts Australia’s National Summit focusing on discussion of partnerships, 28 November
  • Project Officers Monique Boucher, Gemma Robins, Fleur Hardy and Program Manager Philippa Maughan attend touring producers The Last Great Hunt Sundowner, 28 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Australian Government Department of Communications and the Arts regarding a Four Year Funding invitation for Sand Tracks, 27 November
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan & Project Officer Hannah Chambers attended the Australian Society of Association Executives discussion The Future of Events – Trends in Conferences, 26 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with the Ian Potter Foundation to provide an update on the Regional Arts Hubs, 22 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Our Community to discuss new initiatives, 22 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Myer Foundation to discuss new initiatives, 22 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Regional Arts Victoria’s Joe Toohey to discuss RAA business and national advocacy, 22 November
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins coordinated the Regional Arts Sector Investment Roundtable, chaired by Sharon and Daly Winter from the Boyup Brook Country Music Club, 22 November
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan and Project Officer Gemma Robins attended the Chamber of the Arts and Community Arts Network presentation Strategies for Diversity: Learnings, Best Practice and Ambition, 21 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with NBN Local to discuss a possible Regional Stories partnership, 20 November
  • Program Manager Jessica Anderson and CEO Paul Mac Phail met with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries to discuss the future of the Regional Arts Sector Investment, 14 November
  • Communications Officer Jon Solmundson attended the Emerging Arts Workers Meet Up to discuss opportunities for regional youth, 13 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Chamber of Arts & Culture WA to discuss a closer working relationship between two orgs to service regional members, 13 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with CircuitWest CEO Ryan Taafe to discuss upcoming joint Board meeting, 13 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Jessica Anderson met with Local Government Professional to evaluate potential areas for collaboration, 12 November
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan submitted an application to the Australia Council for Four Year Funding for Sand Tracks 2021 – 24, 12 November
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended Historians and Truth Telling symposium hosted by History Society of WA and Reconciliation WA, 10 November
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang attended CAN’s Diversity Working Group meeting to discuss how arts and culture in WA can be more diverse, 7 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail & Project Officer Gemma Robins met with Soula Vouyoucalos regarding the International Arts Space Spaced program and its synergies with Regional Arts Hubs, 6 November
  • Regional Arts WA announced seven regional WA arts and culture projects receive an investment of more than $127,600 through the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, 6 November
  • Project Officers Monique Boucher and Jon Solmundson facilitated a post tour teleconference with presenters from Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo, 5 November
  • Chair Sue Middleton & CEO Paul MacPhail met with DLGSC to new initiatives, 4 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended CEDA Breakfast presentation by Ben Wyatt as guest of NBN Local, 1 November
  • CEO Paul MacPhail and Program Manager Philippa Maughan met with the Australia Council to discuss an application for Four Year Funding for Sand Tracks, November 1

October 2019

  • Project Officer Gemma Robins and Project Manager Jessica Anderson attend SmartyGrants training to improve Regional Arts WA’s ability to facilitate grants online, 30 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail attended the Masterclass: Impact and Revenue presented by visiting US expert Shana Dressler to explore ways the regional arts sector can strengthen its social impact, 30 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Jeremy Smith from the Australia Council to discuss new strategic direction and funding streams for individual regional artists, 30 October
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins, Creative Corner’s Tash Birch, ArtGold’s Sarah Hinton head to Carnamah for two nights to meet with fellow Hub Coordinator, David Bowman-Bright, Executive Director of the North Midland Project, 27 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Wes Morris from KALACC to discuss national and state policy decisions re First Nations arts and culture, 25 October
  • Program Manager Weng-Si met with Stories From The Future Quick Response Grant recipients (Shermy from Geraldton and Yola Tom Price) and Zheela from CAN, 24 October
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang participated in Stories From The Future coordinated by Diversity Arts Australia, 24 October
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang met with Diversity Arts Australia to discuss how regional arts can be more diverse and inclusive, 23 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Ryan Taaffe from CircuitWest and Alison Dalziel from Localise to discuss upcoming Board to Board meeting and strategic alignment, 23 October
  • Regional Arts WA staff discussed opportunties to reduce organisation’s carbon footprint, 22 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met NBN Local to discuss partnership opportunities, 22 October
  • Project Officer Lorraine Sanders, Manager Philippa Maughan and CEO Paul MacPhail attended RRR Network – Remote Working Training Forum, 22 October
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins attends Propel Youth Art’s Mosaic Opening – featuring photography from emerging regional artists, 22 October
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang and Project Officer Hannah Chambers attended the Multicultural Communities Forum coordinated by WALGA, 21 October
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended the final dress rehearsal of A Night Out by Natalie Allen before it went on tour to regional WA, 19 October
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins spoke to ABC Bunbury about the Hubs, 18 October
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins meets with David Bowman-Bright, Executive Director of the North Midland Project to discuss the Regional Arts Network initiative, 17 October
  • Program Manager Philippa Maughan attended the opening of Yiraa Yaakin show Iceland a Hip H’Opera, 17 October
  • Regional Arts WA released the October eNews, 16 October
  • Regional Arts WA announced five diverse WA organisations will be leading the Regional Arts Network initiative as they re-imagine how arts services are delivered to their local communities, 16 October
  • Project Officer Gemma Robins attends The Ian Potter Foundation’s Welcome Workshop for new grantees to strengthen relationship with key Hubs funding partner, 15 October
  • Regional Arts WA invited the wider WA regional arts sector to submit their stories and events with a new guide, 15 October
  • Regional Arts WA contribute to the King Street Arts Centre charity Bake Off, 15 October
  • Project Officer Fleur Hardy published Youth arts blossoms with Pressed for Time presented by Drug Aware, 14 October
  • Program Manager Jessica Anderson and Project Officer Fleur Hardy met with Propel Youth Arts to explore opportunities to collaborate for the benefit of regional young people, 14 October
  • Paul MacPhail, Gemma Robins and Jess Anderson meet with Theatre Kimberley’s Jael and Meredith in Perth and Julian Canny whilst they were visiting in Perth, 14 October
  • Project Officer Monique Boucher published Top Community Engagement Tips from this Jurassic monster of a tour!, 14 October
  • Program Manager Weng-Si Cheang published Useful Trends emerging from the 2019 PAC Australia Conference, 8 October
  • Project Officer Hannah Chambers published Central Desert gets “best Sand Tracks show ever”, 8 October
  • Regional Arts WA Board meeting held in Perth discussing our Annual Survey results, feedback from the name change, Business Development strategy and Hubs announcement, 8 October
  • Program Manager Jessica Anderson and CEO Paul Mac Phail met with the DLGSC to discuss RACIP Yculture funding and the future of the Regional Arts Sector Investment, 7 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with RAA Board member Natalie Jenkins to discuss national issues in regional arts from a WA perspective, 7 October
  • RAF Panel held for Project Fund, 2 October
  • CEO Paul MacPhail met with Impact Seed to explore regional investment opportunities, 2 October
  • Country Arts WA officially becomes Regional Arts WA, 1 October
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