Kaya. Nǐ hǎo. G'day!

We're North Midlands Project, a not-for-profit arts, culture, heritage and health organisation working towards regional Western Australia to be known for its happy, healthy communities and vibrant, creative and connected towns. We want to hear people from the community, visitors and potential residents say 'I love this place!'

We work across Amangu, Badymia, Widi and Yued country in Carnamah, Coorow, Eneabba, Leeman, Mingenew, Morawa, Perenjori and Three Springs; and also deliver activities on Southern Yamatji country in Geraldton, where we operate under the name of The Geraldton Project.

Please click here to find out more about us.

HERE's A Little More on Us...

Our Programs

Highlights - Our Year Book

People's Collection

Behind the Scenes

The Team

Partners + Supporters

Creative Spaces

We're part of the Regional Arts Network!

Regional Arts Network

Looking to change the way the regional arts sector talk to each other, Regional Arts WA has partnered with strategically aligned local organisations to grow a Network of Hubs across the state.

The Hubs themselves engage and respond directly to their local communities by providing on-ground support for their needs. Their role is to increase local decision making, strengthening relationships with local governments and stakeholders, whilst seeking development opportunities for artists and arts workers within their communities.

By having Hubs then connect back to a state-wide Regional Arts Network, assists in building a sustainable and thriving ecosystem of connected creative regional communities who work together in collaboration.

The network is a Regional Arts WA initiative, proudly supported by Minderoo Foundation and The Ian Potter Foundation, with funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund.

You can find out more on the Regional Arts Network here.