CQUniversity is striving to deliver excellent regional arts programs and services to ensure that our Queensland communities are connected, creative and cultural communities to live and work.

We do this by:

  • Assisting artists and arts workers to undertake professional development opportunities.
  • Building strong arts and cultural networks across our communities.
  • Supporting and delivering innovative cross regional arts projects by partnering with regional councils and community organisations.
  • Providing support and advice for individual artists and arts organisations.
  • Showcasing the incredible talent and remarkable stories that can be found across our communities.
  • Deliver First Nations specific projects.
  • Promote and advocate for the regional arts and creative industries.

The Regional Arts Services Network is an initiative of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. CQUniversity is serving as the Catchment Three RASN provider from 2022 -2025.

CQUniversity is Australia’s largest regional university and has campuses across Central Queensland in locations such as Bundaberg, Gladstone, Rockhampton, Mackay, and Emerald as well as a long history of working through distance modes.