CASP 2016 successful applicants announced
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CASP 2016

An exciting number of creative and cultural projects will come to life in the Outback Arts region this year with …Read More

Hats Off to Outback Women millinery tour 2015
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Hats Off to Outback Women 2015

Earlier this year, Outback Arts and ‘The Hatmobile’ embarked on a tour of the region, delivering a free two day …Read More

From the Ground Up
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From the Ground Up debrief

Eat, art, talk…what a combo. Local handmade functional ceramic tableware, two ‘farm gate-to-plate’ style dining experiences, and challenging the community …Read More

New funding program for the arts
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Funding announcement: Australian Arts and Cultural Fund

A new funding program for the arts has just been announced! After consultation with the arts community and following the …Read More

Cicada Landscape by Alleyne Graham
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Outback Archies Art Prize and Exhibition

Bit of background: Established in 2011 the Outback Archies is an exhibition aimed at providing artistic opportunities for artists living …Read More

From the Ground Up Exhibition at OBA Gallery
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‘From the Ground Up’ ceramics exhibition

This exhibition celebrates the link between food and clay Ceramic tableware and local produce are next on the agenda at Outback Arts …Read More

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The Land that Binds Us

‘The Land That Binds Us, is a joint effort from local makers Melissa Murray, Sally Underwood Nalder and Ange Bunner. …Read More

Outback Archies Art Prize and exhibition far west region
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2015 Outback Archies winners and tour announced!

The Outback Archies, now in its fifth year, announced the seven winning artists of its art prize and exhibition last …Read More

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Fired Up – Outback Wood Fire Camp

The Coonamble Ceramics Collective will be hosting a weekend of fire, clay and conversation Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd August …Read More

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The Gatineau Jackson Collection

Outback Arts has been very fortunate to have been approached by two Private Art Collectors, Yvon Gatineau and Peter Jackson in …Read More

Waste 2 Art 2015
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Waste 2 Art 2015

Waste 2 Art celebrates the reuse of waste in our communities through artworks made from recycled materials. Each year winners …Read More

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NSW Aboriginal Languages Go Mobile

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Victor Dominello, has announced $185,000 in funding has been allocated to the development of a new …Read More

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Waste to Art 2015 – the Year of Scrap Metal