Submit your story

Regional Arts WA

Submit your story

We can share your story to a wider audience!

How do I submit my story?

Stories can be emailed to

It’s best to submit your story while it is still happening, or shortly after it has finished – not months later. The more current your story is, the more likely people (and the media) will be interested.

If your story needs to be published by a certain date, please let us know. At least 10 working days’ notice is required.  

Remember to share your own stories too. On your social media, on your website, in your local paper, wherever you can. We will try and reach as many people as we can, but it’s your story – so tell the world how great you are!

What do I need to send you?

Please use the below as a guide when submitting.

I want my story published on your website.

  • Up to 1,000 words.
  • At least 2-3 photos to illustrate your story.
  • An photo caption and credit (photographer or copyright holder).
  • Any important contact information or links.

I want my story published on your social media.

  • Up to 150 words – shorter is better.
  • At least one photo to catch people’s attention.
  • Photo credit (photographer or copyright holder).
  • Any important contact information or links.

I want my project or event published in your eNewsletter.

  • A description of up to 40 words – or three lines of text.
  • At least one link for more information.

When you send photos, please attach them to an email as separate files (JPEG or PNG). Do not save them into a word document or PDF. If any changes need to be made, we will always ask you before we publish.

What should I write about?

Stories do not need to involve Regional Arts WA . As long as they involve the arts in regional WA, we’re happy to share! Some great ideas you can use:

  • Write about your arts project.
  • Give advice to other artists, arts workers or arts audiences.
  • Reflect on any what you learned at a conference or summit, or what you experienced at an event.
  • Share great photos or videos from regional WA artists, arts organisations or events, as long as you provide a few words for context and credit for the images.

Great examples of stories

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