About the South West Regional Arts Services Network (RASN)
RASN is an initiative of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. This new approach to the delivery of state-wide arts services is network of regional arts service providers who, supported by the State Coordination Office, will work together to deliver on-the-ground arts services in their communities across the state. The network will drive regional development across regions and work with the local arts sector, the community and key stakeholders to determine specific arts and cultural priorities for each region.
For more information about RASN or any of the above, please contact:
State Coordination Office
The Empire Theatres is the current provider of the State Coordination Office for the Regional Arts Services Network. We will continue to provide support to the RASN providers and key arts organisations across regional Queensland. For more information about RASN see www.rasn.org.au
The Bamba Gii Festival of Cultures will celebrate and share Indigenous cultures from seven communities within South West Queensland in the one place at the one time. Through hands-on experiences with local Indigenous businesses and community, visitors will be immersed in the oldest living culture on the planet – creating a unique, authentic, cultural tourism experience like no other in South West Queensland. The festival will be held in Roma, Queensland on September 25, 2021.
Live & Local Toowoomba
The program seeks to support the growth of venue-based live music through industry skills development, a regional performance working group and unique performance opportunities which celebrate local talent. For further information head to Live & Local music's website or Facebook page.
Arts Queensland is seeking feedback about satisfaction with services provided by the Regional Arts Services Network (RASN).
The survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.
Your feedback is valued and helps us improve the RASN services.
As per the latest QLD Government restrictions, from 17th December 2021 only fully vaccinated people will be able to attend the Empire Theatre until further notice.
Increased hygiene facilities and social distancing measures are in place including COVID safe seating in the auditoriums, contactless payment preferred, and extensive contact tracing policies required for all patrons.
We encourage and support the use of the COVID Safe App. For more information on the Empire Theatre COVID Safe operations please visit the COVID Safe page of our website.