MusicNSW Appoints Regional Coordinator for Far South Coast & Southern Tablelands

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MusicNSW Appoints Regional Coordinator for Far South Coast & Southern Tablelands

MusicNSW Appoints Regional Coordinator for Far South Coast & Southern Tablelands

MusicNSW is delighted to announce the appointment of five regional-based team members. The regional MusicNSW team will work collaboratively to lead regional music development across the state, with Sam Rees focusing across the far South Coast and Southern Tablelands regions. Following a search that began in November 2022, five music professionals now join the MusicNSW team with a remit to deliver development opportunities and work to expand touring circuits across regional NSW. The newly-created roles have been made possible thanks […]read more


Position Vacant

Communications and Fundraising Officer Position Vacant We are seeking an experienced part-time Communications and Fundraising Officer to join our dynamic new organisation. South Coast Arts (NSW) Inc, established in 2022, is the peak body and support agency for arts and cultural development on the south coast of NSW, including Shellharbour, Kiama and Shoalhaven local government areas. This position will work closely with the Executive Director to develop and implement a strategic and innovative marketing strategy and manage our fundraising activities […]read more


Call to Artists

Sculpture in the Valley returns in 2023 Entries now open. Artist site walk through details below. Sculpture in the Valley 2023 invites all artists to join us for a site walkthrough between 9am-1pm on Friday May 19, to view our stunning Exhibition venue and to meet our new Director and Curator.  Sculpture in the Valley is one of the State’s major sculpture exhibitions and we welcome you to enter now. This year, the total prize money has been increased to […]read more


Regional Futures Symposium

Symposium There will be a day long symposium on Saturday 22 July, 9.30am-4pm at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre This artist-led symposium brings together experts & critical thinkers across different sectors, community members and activists to discuss and grapple with the question, ‘What does the future look like in your region?’  The program includes: a keynote address by Festival Director, Lindy Hume; panel and roundtable discussions; an invitation to break bread with First Nations & Somalian communities.the Discussion topics include: […]read more


Regional Futures Exhibition

Artists in Volatile Landscapes June 24 – September 24 Artists in Volatile Landscapes is the culmination of 18 months creative research undertaken by 30 artists from across NSW (including guest artists from Western Sydney) who have responded to the question, ‘What does the future look like in your region?’. The project is an initiative of the NSW Regional Arts Network under the banner of ‘Regional Futures’ and funded by Create NSW. Artists across different mediums & in collaboration with other […]read more


Expressions of Interest

South Coast Arts is seeking Expressions of Interest from Cultural Planning Consultants, and Community Consultation Facilitators for the development of our three year Strategic Plan. About Us South Coast Arts (SCA) is a newly formed regional arts organisation funded by Create NSW and our local Councils of Shoalhaven, Kiama and Shellharbour. We provide practical services and opportunities to support creative communities through; resources and advice on funding encouraging participation in arts and culture initiating and developing programs with partners facilitating […]read more


Position Available

South Coast Arts Board We are currently seeking people interested, and with the relevant experience, for the position of Treasurer on our Board. The Board meets quarterly and offers hybrid meetings, with both face to face and online access. Board membership is for a maximum two year term with the opportunity for re-election and up to 6 years on the Board in total. To apply please send a current resume to more


Joyce Spencer Textiles Fellowship Recipient

Congratulations to Vincentia based artist Samanatha Tannous, for becoming the recipient of the Highly Commended Award, for the Joyce Spencer Textiles Fellowship. The Joyce Spencer Textiles Fellowship supports a regional NSW textile artist or collective to deliver a new artwork or exhibition. Named after the textile artist Joyce Spencer (1928 – 2019) from Narrandera NSW, the fellowship is made possible with funds from the Spencer family and Western Riverina Arts, in partnership with the Cad Factory. “The intersection of art […]read more


CASP Presentations and Website Launch

CASP Presentations and Website Launch   South Coast Arts held it first face to face event on Wednesday 26 April 2023, at The Pavilion Kiama. The event showcased six new arts projects funded through the 2022 CASP Seed Funding Grants. These grants provide up to $3000 to successful applicants to undertake new projects within our region. The presenters and their projects were: Hein Cooper, The Weatherman, Music Project Jodie Edwards, Cultural Spaces for Young People Project Peter Lavelle, Shoalhaven Shakespeare […]read more