Regional Arts NSW works to support 14 Regional Arts Development Organisations (RADOs) across NSW, including Arts Upper Hunter. This is a network of unique, innovative and passionate people who champion the arts and culture in their regions by providing support, programs and projects to those who live, work and play across regional NSW.
We are delighted to share with you a detailed introduction to our network, through the launch of the RADO Case Study E-book. The E-book provides insight into the value that the RADOs bring to their communities both as individual organisations and as a united network that advocates for the importance and success of regional artists. It demonstrates examples of the innovative practices and programs that the RADOs have undertaken and highlights the impact that this network has within each community they operate.
The projects highlighted in the E-book span from the north-eastern pocket of the Northern Rivers to the far-western edge of The Darling, along the banks of The Murray River, across the sweeping plains of The Riverina and everywhere in-between. Our aim is that this E-book will shed light on the work that our network does with the artists, organisations and cultures that play an integral part in shaping that arts across regional NSW.
If you are looking to get to know the Executive Directors who lead this network, Regional Arts NSW have been running profile Q&As with them month-by-month. This month we introduce you to Executive Director at South West Arts, Kerry-Anne Jones, but if you missed catching up with our previous EDs, you can find their Q&As here! We will also have more to come over the next few months, so stay tuned!
Download RADO Case Study E-book