Page title

Intro

Albany Artist and Creative Grid Mentee Chelsea Hopkins-Allan painting a larger than life Helena Gum Moth.
The Regional Arts Sector Investment (RASI) program will be extended for currently funded organisations until the end of the year. The next round of the program will provide more funding opportunities than its previous iteration when it opens later this year.
 
The RASI program covers operational and employment costs associated with the delivery of regional arts services and programs for regional communities. The fund prioritises the employment of regional Western Australians.
 
For individuals, the new two-year Artist Career Fellowships program will support professional artists and arts workers in the regions.
 
The grant programs, delivered through Regional Arts WA (formerly Country Arts WA), will open for applications later this year.
 
The investment is made up of funding from the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and through the Regional Arts and Culture Investment Program.
 
For more information on the regional arts funding, visit the Regional Arts WA website.

Tags

Page reviewed 30 July 2019