North Midlands Project is a not-for-profit organisation working to strengthen regional communities through high-quality and engaging arts, culture, history and heritage experiences. The organisation is based in both Carnamah and Geraldton and delivers arts-based activities across the six regional shires of Carnamah, Coorow, Mingenew, Morawa, Perenjori and Three Springs in addition to the regional city of Geraldton and farming community of Mullewa (both in the City of Greater Geraldton).
Yarra Yarra Lakes by Di Taylor, Acrylic on Canvas, 760 x 1830 mm (2017)
Strengthening regional communities through culture, arts, history and heritage experiences.By 2035 Western Australia will be recognised as a leader in creating vibrant, healthy and sustainable regional communities through arts and culture initiatives.
We believe providing access to high quality, diverse and innovative arts and cultural experiences has the power to transform both regional Western Australia and its people. The arts facilitates the celebration of local stories, provides economic opportunities, contributes to tourism and brings people together.
As a team we bring creativity, integrity and a genuine passion of the arts, culture, heritage and education to engage and collaborate with the community. We value:
Access - We embrace and encourage diverse ideas that are inclusive of all community groups and individuals.
Collaboration - We are strong believers in and are committed to working with the community, artistic and health practitioners, local organisations and government.Together we are stronger.
Creativity - We pride ourselves on being an enthusiastic, engaging organisation that fosters expression, innovation and imagination.
Professionalism - We operate our organisation with the highest level of integrity, excellence and respect responding directly to evidence based research and evaluation.