Explore below a range of Country Arts WA’s funding, touring and advocacy resources.
Country Arts WA logo suite
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Other state providers
Abmusic’s role is to empower Aboriginal and Islander people to become independent learners in a positive environment that promotes teamwork, self-esteem and training in all fields of music.
ART ON THE MOVE (Visual Arts)
The National Exhibitions Touring Structure for Western Australia develops, tours and promotes contemporary West Australian artists and exhibitions within the state, nationally and internationally.
Artsource (Visual Arts)
Artsource is the state’s leading representative visual arts organisation, advancing the interests of its artist members through advocacy, provision of practical assistance and innovative industry development.
Ausdance WA (Dance)
Is the peak body for dance in Western Australia and a member of the national Ausdance network.
Awesome Arts Australia
Awesome Arts’ objective is to deliver quality arts programs to inspire, foster, promote and celebrate creativity for, by and with young people.
ArtsEdge is a strategic partnership between the Department of Education (DoE) and the Department of Culture and the Arts (DCA).
Barking Gecko Theatre Company (Theatre)
Barking Gecko Theatre Company is Western Australia’s leading professional children’s theatre company, committed to creating and presenting ’inspirational, provocative and delightful’ theatre for young people aged 5-17 years.
CircuitWest exists to build an effective and inclusive network that connects members and stakeholders involved in the business of performing arts presenting.
Disability in the Arts | Disadvantage in the Arts (DADAA) (Multipurpose)
DADAA is dedicated to developing cultural services that respond to and enhance the artistic presence of people with disabilities in our community.
FORM (visual arts)
Is the peak professional association for WA artists, craftspeople and designers working in 3D media.
JazzWA exists to promote and develop jazz and improvised music and musicians in all its forms both within the music fraternity and the wider community.
Propel Youth Arts WA (Youth Arts)
Propel Youth Arts is the peak body for youth arts in Western Australia dedicated to creating opportunities for young people to engage in the arts.
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre (Theatre)
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is Australia’s leading puppetry company creating entertaining and inspirational theatre for young people and their families.
State Library of Western Australia
The State Library provides a range of services to people directly from the Alexander Library Building, virtually via our web site, and to public libraries in partnership with local government across the state.
Tura New Music (Music)
Tura is one of Australia’s peak bodies for the production and presentation of New Music Events, as well as a resource agency, promoter, and advocacy/support network for Western Australian New Music composers, performers, organisations and audiences.
West Australian Music (Music)
WAM is the peak industry body responsible for supporting, nurturing and growing all forms, genres and levels of original contemporary music in WA.
WritingWA are the peak body for writing and associated activities in WA, writingWA celebrates the achievements of our literary creators, provides a range of services to support emerging practitioners, and strives to bring Western Australian writing to new audiences throughout this State and beyond.
Yirra Yaakin Aboriginal Corporation (Theatre)
Yirra Yaakin is Australia’s leading Aboriginal theatre company, producing a body of work unequalled in innovation, excellence and cultural significance.
Australian Copyright Council
Provides easily accessible and user-friendly valuable information and fact sheets on Australian copyright law for content creators and consumers.
Mapping Arts and Cultural Funding Report 2017
A joint report between Country Arts WA and the Chamber of Arts and Culture WA to map arts and cultural activity across regional WA from 2011-2016. This funding audit, the first of its kind, will provided a benchmark for future mapping.
Measuring the value of cultural activity in regional WA: Evaluation report
We were very pleased to co-fund and partner with Edith Cowan University to produce this companion research paper to the Mapping Arts and Cultural Funding Report, to look more closely at the impact our own programs are having.