Regional Arts WA
RASI – Regional Arts Sector Investment
The Regional Arts Sector Investment (RASI) program is provided by the WA State Government’s Regional Arts and Cultural Investment Program (RACIP) through the Department of Local Government, Sports and Cultural Industries, and delivered to the community by Regional Arts WA.
The RASI program supports the core operational costs of regional Western Australian arts organisations. RASI funding is open to regionally-based not-for-profit organisations that deliver a program of arts activities to the community. RASI will invest in organisations across the State that collectively:
- Create, present or support relevant, diverse, challenging and exciting arts and cultural experiences for regional Western Australian communities;
- Support the development of the regional arts and cultural sector; and
- Contribute to the cultural and economic diversity in regional communities through the employment of professional regional artists and arts workers, and the support of skills transfer opportunities.
Funding recipients will be determined through an open and competitive grant round assessed by an independent panel. Successful applicants will be funded for three years from 1 July 2024 to 30 June 2027.
For more information, visit Regional Arts WA