Community organisations, social enterprises, Local Government Authorities and independent creative & cultural practitioners working collaboratively to create connected, inspired and vibrant communities in the Southern Forests & Valleys region.
Who are we? Where are we? What do we do? And why?
Southern Forest Arts manages the Southern Forests & Valley Arts Hub.
We are based in Northcliffe, but connect with organisations, LGAs and independent across the Shires of Boyup Brook, Bridgetown-Greenbushes, Manjimup and Nannup.
We are part of the emerging Regional Arts Network, an initiative of Regional Arts WA to create an avenue where the sector can connect, collaborate and share information across the State.
The Regional Arts Network is still emerging, and is working towards growing a sustainable and thriving ecosystem of connected creative regional communities that engage with their local community, local governments and key stakeholders to drive state-wide collaborative projects and conversations.
Find out more about the network: visit the Regional Arts WA Network page.
Latest Arts Hub Activity
Are you interested in an ‘Art Trail’ of some kind for this region? There is enthusiasm from independent…
Get in touch if you'd like to join the local hub network
Initiatives from the Network
Are you an artist interested in running your own workshops but not sure where to begin? The Regional Arts Network has teamed up with Broome artist and educator Jacky Cheng to create this handy series of videos to help you on your way.
Who are the other hubs?
Junction Co (Port hedland, Pilbara), Goolari Media (Broome, Kimberley), North Midlands Project (Carnamah, Mid-West), Gardiner St Arts Collective (Moora, Mid-West), Creative Corner (Maragert River, South West), Denmark Arts (Denmark, Great Southern), Ravensthorpe (Goldfields)