16 unique stories from across regional Western Australia celebrating the amazing and diverse ways that artists and arts organisation contribute to vibrant and stronger communities.


Creating Conversations Through Collaboration (Dead Centre Exhibition: From Perth to Regional WA) was launched on May 22nd at Showcase 2019 in the Subiaco Arts Centre.

Bequesting Art to a community (Henry Schapper Bequest, Bridgetown)

Evolution of the Surfboard (A traveling exhibition to engage regional communities) launched at the Cannery Arts Centre on June 7th 2019.

Transforming Community With Art (Heartwalk Kalgoorlie) launched at the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery on 11th July 2019.


Engaging Youth in Public Art (Girls Academy Mural, Esperance) launched at Esperance Senior High School in June 2019.

Rising From the Ashes (Using Creativity to support Community Recovery – Northcliffe)


Three Degrees of Separation (Lake Grace & Mt Barker celebrate community and closeness) launched at Mitchell House in Mt Barker in June 2019.

Realising the Big Picture Through Community Art (Hard Pressed – Geraldton & Beyond) launched at the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery on 11th July 2019.


From Little Things Big Things Grow (Message Sticks from Northampton and Murchison River) launched at the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery on 11th July 2019.

Ambitious Vision (Collie Art Gallery)

Cultivating Contemporary Art (MIX Artists Albany) launched at the Vancouver Arts Centre in March 2019.

Building Space for Culture – Waringarri Aboriginal Arts (Kununurra)

Bella Kelly’s Artwork – a legacy to future generations (Vancouver Arts Centre and Narrogin Arts) launched at Screen Seeds in Albany in July 2019.

Building Community & Boosting Mental Health by Fusing Art & Industry (DADAA working with Alex Mickle and Rio Tinto in Paraburdoo)

Welcoming People with Creative Responses to Place (Understory Art & Nature Trail, Northcliffe)


Opening Opportunities Through Open Studios (Margaret River Region Open Studios)

Artspiration was made possible with the expertise and generosity of the amazing team at Green Man Media Productions in Albany.




Thanks to Southern Ports for helping sponsor films in the Albany and Esperance communities.