Engage in TRA projects and programs. TRA projects have recently covered the fields of cultural tourism, social enterprise, contemporary dance, youth portraiture and social media skills development for regional senior artists and TRA members.
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Be part of arts and culture in your community by joining your local TRA branch. You can follow us on facebook - keeping you up to date with news, events and opportunities.
TRA manages the Regional Arts Fund, an Australian Government initiative that provides funding for arts and artists. TRA also provides advice to regional Tasmanian artists on other funding sources and can assist you develop your funding proposal.
TRA advocates at a local, state and national level for the rights of Tasmanians to access and participate in quality arts experiences.
ARTLANDS is part conference, part festival, all arts with four days of activity, discourse and inspiration from across Australia and overseas. 27-30 October 2016.
Waterlines is a curated, state-wide arts project that invites Tasmanian Regional Arts (TRA) members to examine the concept of waterlines.
Exciting and inspiring Tasmanian communities through arts and culture
For nearly 70 years Tasmanian Regional Arts has excited, inspired and engaged Tasmanian communities to express their passion and culture through the arts.
TRA exists to effectively deliver a range of services and initiatives that enrich the Tasmanian cultural landscape. We provide opportunities for touring Tasmanian artists work, skills development, networking and funding. We also develop and deliver cultural projects and community events often in collaboration with other arts organisations, community groups, government agencies and local businesses.
Entries are now closed. Finalists will be announced soon!