Novelist David O’Sullivan runs a workshop, Springtide Scribblers, with school children in Lockhart, 2016
Springtide Scribblers, 2016
Tumut Art Society mural walk project, 2016
Tumut mural walk, 2016
Visit RANSW’s CASP page to see if your community project could benefit from this funding!
Above are images from CASP-supported initiatives carried out in our region.
CASP is an annual funding program that benefits a range of creative groups across the state. It is administered by Regional Arts NSW (RANSW) on behalf of Arts NSW and is guided by the Arts and Cultural Development Plan's three main objectives: a creative and vibrant NSW arts and cultural sector renowned for excellence and innovation; state-wide engagement with diverse audiences and communities; and a resilient NSW arts and cultural sector.
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia and meets the strategic priorities of supporting participation in, and access to, the arts and encouraging greater private sector support for the arts. The Regional Arts Fund is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities.