Horizons is a creative industry mentoring and career development program for NSW regional youth.
Wandjaarii Maalii is a pilot textile and design industry development project for emerging/mid-career artists creating on Bundjalung Country.
Arts Northern Rivers is conducting a research project to understand the arts and cultural industries in the Northern Rivers.
Arts Northern Rivers will has released Bulaan Buruugaa Ngali, We Weave Together, a special publication preserving weaving practices of Bundjalung women.
The Dance Sector Uplift project was designed to reactivate dance, physical theatre and experimental performance across the region.
Expansive Encounters is a reciprocal exchange between Northern Rivers and Ōtautahi Christchurch. Over a four-week intensive, two Northern Rivers artists will participate in an immersive research and development opportunity to increase their professional practice within art in public spaces.
Applications for CASP (Country Arts Support Program) 2024 will open in late May, 2024. Stay tuned for announcements.
PRACTICE 101 is an Arts Northern Rivers professional development series delivered across the region and online in 2023. The series is designed for artists and art-workers at any career stage looking for additional support in their creative career paths.
Artists in recovery who have been affected by natural disasters in the Northern Rivers are invited to apply for free respite at Grafton Regional Gallery.
Pathways Lab is a mentorship program that offers direct support to five First Nations artists/culture producers from Bundjalung jugun.
SMOKE is a dance theatre work co-authored by Jade Dewi and Kirk Page that has been in development on Bundjalung Country in Northern NSW, Yuggaera and Turrbal peoples lands and Indonesia.
In 2019 Arts Northern Rivers launched a premier online directory, Northern Rivers Creative. The platform is built to increase professional opportunities for creatives by connecting them to local and global markets.