Successful 2023 Projects

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CASP Funded Projects


The Country Arts Support Program (CASP) is an annual small arts program funded by Create NSW and managed by the South Coast Arts for our region.

It is guided by the Create NSW Arts and Cultural Funding Program’s three major objectives:

  • Grow creative leadership and programming excellence in NSW
  • Strengthen NSW arts and cultural activity that drives community and social benefits
  • Showcase NSW as a leader for strategic arts and cultural governance and strong financialmanagement.


2023 projects are due for completion by Sunday 28 July 2024.


Lloyd Rees Revisted

An exhibition of paintings, prints & drawings, biographical text and photos illustrating Lloyd Rees’ life in Werri Beach at the Gerringong Library and Museum Gallery.


A series of audio stories focussed on the history and culture of regional towns – as told by its resident young people of the Shoalhaven.

Rewilding Life: Draw and Explore

Based on concepts my art-based nature books, community walks will encourage discovery, mindfulness and creativity. Exploring the local environment and drawing on what is found, learning techniques and creating art.

Developing a performance making model for Older People

The development of an ongoing skills-development and performance-making program for older people. The program will be underpinned by an ethos of ‘care’ and provide a platform that challenges ‘ageist’ stereotypical views.

Perpetual Pottery Project

Repurposing, reusing and upcycling discarded, forgotten, unfinished pottery projects from yesteryear to create joy today and every day.

Expressive Art Wall Trail

Building an independent website for the Expressive Art Wall Trail. The Wall Trail is a multi-location exhibition that changes regularly to encourage locals and visitors to take up the Trail and view and purchase regional Artist’s work in our local venues.