Connect with Youth Arts
Our young people are the future of the arts, and the future of all industries, so we want to make sure they get a spotlight to showcase their work. Regional Arts WA coordinates the Drug Aware YCulture Regional and Next Level YCulture Regional programs specifically to support regional youth in developing their skills as artists and artsworkers – empowering them to deliver community projects that teach skills to other young people along the way.
There’s a huge variety of powerful, thought-provoking work being produced by young artists and artsworkers in the regions, check out the listings below for more details.
Youth Events in Regional WA
Our Recent Stories
This story was submitted by a member of the regional arts sector: Tim Hannah. We love sharing stories from the sector. If you want to find out how to submit your own stories, take a look at the submit your story page. We can’t wait to hear from you! Students from East...
In January 2019, the Quarry Adventure Park Amphitheatre in Meadow Springs was filled to the brim with locals ready to experience a new twist on a Shakespeare classic with Drug Aware Midsummer Dreaming (AKA The Bard Enters the Bush). The free public performances were...
The Australian Government and Country Arts WA are pleased to bring Zap Circus’ Purple People Show & Circus Fire Spectacular! to Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands this March and April. Audiences in the Indian Ocean Territories will have the opportunity...
Regional Arts WA receives core funding from the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lotterywest.
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