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CASP Information Session (Webinar)

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Arts Northern Rivers’ Country Arts Support Program (CASP) is now open for applications.

CASP is an annual small grants program with funding of up to $5,000 to support local community arts and cultural projects | Deadline: 4 July 2024.

Join Arts Northern Rivers for an online information session to learn more about CASP. This lunchtime webinar will include an overview to the program and examples of previous projects that have been successful through the program. The one-hour session includes a Q&A and is designed to support artists, collectives and community groups interested in applying to CASP 2024. 

Looking for support with your application? 
Throughout May and June, Arts Northern Rivers are getting on the road to Murwillumbah, Kyogle, Casino and Grafton and we want to meet with you. This is an opportunity to seek advice for your arts or community project and to connect the Arts Northern Rivers team.  

Book a 20 minute consultation across one of the following locations: 

Roxy Gallery, Kyogle – Friday 17 May, 12-2PM - BOOK HERE
Casino Community & Cultural Centre – Wednesday 29 May, 12-2PM – BOOK HERE
Tweed Regional Museum, Murwillumbah - Tuesday 11 June, 12-2PM – BOOK HERE

If you are unable to attend an in-person session, phone consultations are also available. 


Have a question about CASP, your idea or application? Contact Sean Campbell via email: or phone: 0456 770 632. 


If you would like to book in for a 1:1 support session and require an Auslan interpreter or have other access support, please let us know as soon as possible. 20-minute online consultations with an Auslan interpreter are available for artists and arts workers that are Deaf and/or hard of hearing. 

First Nations Support 

Arts Northern Rivers has dedicated First Nations team members available. If you would like to book in a time to discuss your idea or application, please email: or phone: 0456 770 632 to make a time. 


Country Arts Support Program (CASP) is an annual small grants program with funding of up to $5,000 to support local community arts and cultural development, increase regional opportunities, cultural experiences, and economic benefits to the community in regional NSW. 

Grants are available for short term arts and community projects, initiated and delivered in the following local Government areas in the Northern Rivers: Byron Shire, Clarence Valley, Kyogle, Lismore, Richmond Valley and Tweed Shire. 

Administered by Arts Northern Rivers through devolved funding from Create NSW, CASP 2024 is available for community engaged projects and activities that may include workshops, exhibitions, performances, public art, and design projects. 

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Image | 2023 CASP Recipients Christal Caton, Byron Youth Services from their “Who Ate All The Pies” project.

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