Beyond The One Night Stand – CircuitWest 5 Year Touring Strategy

CircuitWest is pleased to announce the launch of the CircuitWest 5 Year Touring Strategy – Beyond The One Night. The strategy was commissioned as part of Scheme 2 of the Creative Regions program, an investment of $24 million by the government of Western Australia managed by the Department of Regional Development and the Department of… More

CircuitWest is HIRING! Marketing Project Manager

MAKE A DIFFERENCE as our MARKETING PROJECT MANAGER CircuitWest is looking for a Marketing Project Manager to take the reigns of an exciting, sector-building, arts marketing project. Described as a “centralised marketing resource”, this role will work closely with professional arts presenters and venues across the regions of Western Australia to develop, and assist with the implementation of… More

Registrations Open for WA Showcase 2017

CircuitWest presents: WA Showcase 2017  Registrations are now open for Western Australia’s premier arts market and conference, WA Showcase. This year, Showcase will be held at the Subiaco Arts Centre from 10 – 12 May. WA Showcase is an opportunity for presenters and producers from around the state get to get a taste of the excellent… More

Regional Touring Circuit Strategy

CircuitWest is developing a five-year strategy for touring the state of Western Australia. This project represents one of the most comprehensive studies ever undertaken into touring in WA. The aim of the strategy is to increase the viability of regional touring circuits throughout WA and access to performing arts by small, medium and major Western Australian… More

Artists in the House

Artists in the House is a new funding initiative from the Department of Culture and the Arts to support the engagement of professional performing artists and arts workers  for residencies at WA regional performing arts venues and entertainment centres. A total of $315,000 from the Royalties for Regions-funded Creative Regions program has been allocated for distribution… More

New Work in the House

New Work in the House is a new initiative from the Department of Culture and the Arts to support the commissioning, development, and presentation of regionally-relevant performance-based works that will be presented to audiences for the first time at a regional WA venue or festival event. A total of $1 million from the Royalties for Regions-funded… More

Performing Arts Exchange 2016

The Performing Arts Exchange [PAX] will take place in Melbourne on 29 and 30 August prior to APACA’s 30th annual performing arts conference The New Normal on 30 August to 1 September. This is your chance to present, pitch, discuss, buy and debate new work, tour-ready work and work in development. To find out more about registration and general… More