Regional Futures is a state-wide program of creative development and conversations that places artists at the centre of a dialogue exploring a future vision for the place where they live and create.
An artist-led conversation on the opportunities and challenges presenting regional communities.
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Kim V. Goldsmith is a digital media artist and storyteller based in Central West NSW, who explores layers of nuance and complexity within the rural and regional territories in which she works, seeking the hidden elements that make them vibrate.
Julianne Piko is a multidisciplinary artist working across sculpture, film and installation. With a keen interest in the interconnectedness of things, her artwork reflects a desire to redefine ecological perspectives and the human-nature balance.
Andrew Hull is a writer and performer of poetry, prose and song. He’s also an artist, photographer and musician who works solo and in collaborations with other artists.
Alana Blackburn is a professional recorder player based in Armidale, NSW. Alana performs experimental music, often with live electronics or soundscape, incorporating elements of improvisation. She has commissioned a number of Australian electroacoustic works for the recorder, particularly from female sound designers and composers.
Arts North West
Kristin Rule is a bicycle riding, nature loving, cellist, composer & technologist based in the remote
town of Mallacoota.
South West Arts
Holly Ahern and Eden Crawford-Harriman are emerging artists on Bundjalung Country.
Arts Northern Rivers
Award winning Shoalhaven artist, Anna Glynn creates work investigating the connection between humans, history, nature, land, place, physical and the ephemeral.
South Coast Arts
As a migrant living in Regional NSW, Ronnie Grammatica is still exploring what it means to be Australian.
Arts Mid North Coast
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging.