Celebrate and discover regional arts

ARTLANDS Festival will feature an exciting program of theatre, music, dance, film and visual arts celebrating the vitality and creativity of NSW regional artists.

About the festival


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Funding assistance for NSW Artists

Regional Arts NSW have a limited amount of funding to support applications from NSW regional artists who wish to attend ARTLANDS DUBBO 2016.  Grants of up to $1500 are available. Budgets must reflect real costs and you need to show how you will use this opportunity to enrich your own community – SO GET YOUR APPLICATIONS […]

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Speaker Profile

Just announced, key note speaker Lee-Ann Buckskin will be addressing the CONNECTEDNESS theme. Lee-Ann will be exploring different cultural authorities in creating new and innovative understanding. Lee-Ann Tjunypa Buckskin is a Narungga, Kaurna, Wirangu, Wotjobaluk woman and is well known throughout the Australian, Indigenous and international arts communities. Currently a Board Director for the Australia Council for […]

Future/Public artist Amelia Read, Curator Alex Wisser and ARTLANDS Artistic Director Greg Pritchard. Photo courtesy Orana Arts

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Program Highlight

Future/Public is an exhibition of propositional public artworks as a part of ARTLANDS DUBBO 2016. The exhibition will consist of 10 installations in positions central to the various venues for with all participating artists either working or living in regional NSW. The exhibition title has been chosen because it communicates the exhibition’s intention to stretch boundaries and thinking […]

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Artlink Magazine teams up with ARTLANDS

Artlink Magazine is partnering with ARTLANDS to produce a special issue on regional projects and art associated with lands, landscape and the environment. Artlink’s executive editor Eve Sullivan is also presenting a panel discussion on arts media with Gemma Deavin (supervising producer, ABC Arts), Djon Mundine OAM (Bandjalung curator, writer and artist) and Ann Finegan […]

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