Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Still Relevant...

While the Branching Out project is no longer continuing, there is information on this site that is still relevant. So please feel free to peruse and make contact with Tasmanian Regional Arts or Kylie Eastley at if you would like further information.

Thanks for your interest in Social Enterprise

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Getting Help - 2013

Tasmanian Regional Arts is so pleased to be continuing its work in supporting Creative Social Enterprises, arts organisations and individuals to develop ventures in the arts sector as a means to sustainability. The focus of our work will be around referring to existing services that can support creative social enterprises and business development, while developing additional services and products in response to specific arts industry needs.
 The 5 key areas we are focusing on are:
1.  Advocacy
2.  Referrals
3.  Coaching/Guidance
4.  Community of Practice networking/ with interstate Regional Arts organisations and
5.  Research and Evaluation
We will be working with a small number of creative social enterprises while exploring options for building resources around this important work.  If you are interested in developing a social enterprise in the creative sector please contact Kylie Eastley at

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Beyond the Smell of an Oily Rag

Interesting article written by Cathy Hunt and produced through Griffith University about financing cultural production.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Artists and Non Profits

Interesting article about artists working with not for profits in New York. Check out The Auxiliary Museum

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Governance in a Social Enterprise

Being resilient and strong is vital in setting up and managing a social enterprise. This publications gives insight into the key roles required for successful governance within a social enterprise.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Social Enterprise Stories

Read about Tasmanian Social Enterprises in Capturing their Stories, a publication developed by the Institute for Regional Development. The aim is to share more stories of what is happening out there in the social enterprise sector. If you want your social enterprise to be profiled contact Kylie Eastley on 0439 262 344