Regional Arts Network

Regional Arts WA

Regional Arts Network

When people know each other and can work together, our regional arts sector is stronger. We achieve this by developing and supporting Hub organisations, though a service agreement, to deliver a state-wide Network.

Meet the Hubs

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Gardiner Street Arts Collective

Connecting the Wheatbelt

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Gardiner Street Arts Collective

Connecting the Wheatbelt

Gardiner Street Arts Collective

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Gardiner Street Arts Collective is an arts collective enabling intergenerational and cultural understanding through the creation of a shared arts space, adding to regional education, business and enhancing the attractiveness of Moora as a place to live and work. They embrace creative groups and provide a home for all. Be that a venue for local arts and craft groups, ballet lessons, dance workshops, artists in residence, music lessons, gardening sessions, art workshops, texture workshops, and mental health and wellbeing sessions. They are the umbrella under which all of these creative pursuits can gather and thrive. 

Connect with Gardiner Street Collective
coordinator@gardinerstreetartscollective.com.au
Nyree Taylor, Creative Director | 0417 096 365

gardinerstreetartscollective.com.au

 

 

 

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Arts Margaret River

Connecting the South West

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Arts Margaret River

Connecting the South West

Arts Margaret River

Arts Margaret River is a not-for-profit cultural community organisation. As the major arts umbrella organisation in the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River for close to five decades, Arts Margaret River aims to involve all members of the community in all forms of the arts. This aim is achieved through a variety of programs: music of all forms, theatre and dance performances, visual art exhibitions and events, workshops, community celebrations including free outdoor concerts and activities and the largest regional Readers and Writers Festival in WA. 

Connect with Arts Margaret River
Steph Kreutzer, Hub Coordinator 
info@artsmargaretriver.com

artsmargaretriver.com

 

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North Midlands Project

Connecting the Mid West

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North Midlands Project

Connecting the Mid West

North Midlands Project

North Midlands Project is a not-for-profit arts, culture, history and heritage organisation working towards regional Western Australia to be known for its happy, healthy communities and vibrant, connected towns. Based in Carnamah and Gerladton, they deliver quality arts, culture, history and heritage activities across the seven regional local government areas of Carnamah, Coorow, Mingenew, Morawa, Perenjori and Three Springs (collectively known as the North Midlands) and in the City of Greater Geraldton.

Connect with North Midlands Project
David Bowman-Bright, Executive Director
david@northmidlands.org.au
0419 766 808

https://www.northmidlands.org.au/

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Goolarri Media Enterprises

Connecting the West Kimberley

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Goolarri Media Enterprises

Connecting the West Kimberley

Goolarri Media Enterprises

Goolarri’s artistic vision is to establish a sustainable and vibrant arts industry in the North West of Western Australia by creating and developing networks and opportunities for established, emerging and new artists as well as arts practitioners. This artistic vision is supported by Goolarri’s integrated service model and is embedded in the organisations ethos of celebrating and sharing cultural values by empowering the community through communication and the arts.

Connect with Goolarri Media Enterprises
Gwen Knox, Hub Coordinator
arts@gme.com.au
08 9194 9999

goolarri.com

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Creality Arts

Connecting the Gascoyne

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Creality Arts

Connecting the Gascoyne

Creality Arts

Creality Arts is a cross-regional initiative dedicated to developing the capacity, resources, policy for and delivery of sustainable, dynamic festival culture unique to the Gascoyne region.

Connect with Creality Arts
Theaker von Ziarno, Artistic Director
artisticdirector@creality.org.au
0403 879 263

creality.org.au

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Southern Forest Arts

Connecting the South West

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Southern Forest Arts

Connecting the South West

Southern Forest Arts

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Based in Northcliffe, Southern Forest Arts makes life more ‘wonder-full’ for visitors and residents of the Southern Forests and Valleys region (and increasingly beyond) through unique arts and cultural experiences that connect, inspire and uplift, leading to increased wellbeing and collective flourishing.

Connect with Southern Forest Arts
Fiona Sinclair, Artistic Director / General Manager
info@southernforestarts.com.au
0418 754 704

southernforestarts.com.au

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Artgold

Connecting the Goldfields

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Artgold

Connecting the Goldfields

Artgold

Artgold, formally Arts & Culture Goldfields Association, exists to serve and promote arts organisations, upcoming events and individual artists working in the Goldfields. The association aims to raise the profile of all arts genres by actively promoting and supporting arts activities in the wider community.

Connect with Artgold
Bobby-Lee Field, Artgold Coordinator
admin@artgold.net.au
0478 069 799

artgold.net.au

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The Junction Co.

Connecting the Pilbara

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The Junction Co.

Connecting the Pilbara

The Junction Co.

The Junction Co. is an innovative art not-for-profit organisation with a clear vision to engage, grow and empower regional creatives. They advocate and connect regional creatives with workspace, learning opportunities and networks, to uplift their endeavors and create an environment which both local community and creatives can support each other. The Junction team is made up of creative entrepreneurs, artists, strategists, graphic designers, place activators, facilitators, teachers and lovers of art and craft, who seek to actively improve community membership and engagement, encourage a balance of work and play, and assist in strengthening a Pilbara identity.

Connect with The Junction Co
hello@thejunctionco.com.au
thejunctionco.com.au

Image: Members from Hub organisations Southern Forest Arts, Gardiner Street Arts Collective, Artgold, North Midlands Project, Arts Margaret River and Goolarri Media, in August 2022.  Photo by Danica Zuks.

The Regional Arts Network is proudly supported by Minderoo Foundation and The Ian Potter Foundation, and with funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund.

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