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With 16 exhibitions, workshops and a sensational shadow puppetry performance, the 2013 TRA Touring Programme is a feast for the senses.
TRA is pleased to offer such a diverse range of individual and group exhibitions covering visual arts, crafts, digital media and puppetry.
The Final Visual Arts Touring Programme schedule is now available. To access the 2013 Programme, click here.
Interested in hosting a show in 2014? Then browse through the menu, make your selection and contact TRA to see if we can accommodate your request.
For further information about the 2013 Programme, please contact Danielle Rodgers.
Click here to download a copy of the endorsed TRA 2013 operational plan
TRA's successful state gathering at Nubeena in 2011 was a two day exploration of Branch initiatives and projects. To document the event photographer Carol Maney took many images which now forms the basis of a Power Point record of the event.
Click here to download this Power Point (Note File Size = 2 MB)
At the 2009 Special General Meeting, the State Executive Committee and Membership endorsed a revised constitution for TRA.
The revised constitution clarifies the organisational requirements and provides greater flexibility to the State Executive Committee to respond to emergent issues while retaining the highest levels of public accountability.
You can download your copy of the TRA constitution by clicking here.
TRA has produced a revised Branch Manual for 2012 in both Word and PDF Format. To download the 2012 TRA Branch Manual, visit our resources page.
Find out what has been happening at TRA, our annual reports are a comprehensive listing of our artistic program. To receive a hard copy please contact TRA.
Tasmanian Regional Arts manages the Fund in Tasmania on behalf of the Australian Government. Download application forms and listings of previous recipients here.
RAW - Regional Arts Wrap - A monthly run down of news, opportunities and events for members and supporters of Tasmanian Regional Arts. To subscribe and contribute please email market...@tasregionalarts.org.au
If you are not already a member of TRA download your membership form from our membership page here.
A collection of TRA developed resources for arts and community projects.
In 2013-2016 TRA will take part in one of four national leadership projects involving regional artists and their communities.
To find out more about these initiatives, download the RAA Program of activities here.
Regional Arts Australia and the National Rural Health Alliance have co-produced 'Seeded: great arts stories grown in regional Australia', a book that highlights stories about arts and health projects from regional Australia.
You can download the book from the RAA website where you can download an e-copy or order a hard copy ($10 postage and handling) using the RAA Publications Order Form.
Seeded builds on the success of our earlier publications of great arts stories, including Big Story Country (2008 - also available online - see below) providing a permanent reminder of the powerful role of the arts in the heart of regional Australia.
At least 4,000 copies of this new volume will be distributed across Australia to government, media, arts and health leaders and workers, and the general public. It will be a way of sharing our stories with Australians everywhere.
This project has been assisted by the Regional Arts Fund, an Australian Government initiative supporting the arts in regional, remote and very remote/isolated Australia.
The book was written by Moya Sayer-Jones, of Only Human Communication, author of our previous book Big Story Country: great arts stories from regional Australia.
Great arts stories from regional Australia
'Big Story Country' is the third publication from Regional Arts Australia documenting great arts stories from rural, regional and remote Australia. A testament to the vibrancy that characterises the arts in regional communities.
Contact us for a hardcopy.