The regional arts development organisation Arts OutWest will take their office on the road in November and December to give people across the Central West region face-to-face access to their services.
Artists, arts champions and those in the local community who make art happen are welcome to book in a chat with Arts OutWest's executive director Tracey Callinan when she spends time working from their local centre.
Ms Callinan will set up office at the Cowra Library Meeting Room on the afternoon of Monday, December 2.
She will work from ten locations around the Central West from November 11 to December 5.
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"People might want to talk to me about their project ideas, funding questions, artist business or insurance questions, professional development needs or perhaps something else arts related," Ms Callinan said.
"I'd also be delighted if people I haven't seen face-to-face for a while to drop by to update me on their or their group's latest arts activities.
"It's important for us to keep connected with arts people across our region."
This time around Ms Callinan will be travelling solo but encourages people to call the Arts OutWest office for specific help from other members of the team too:
"To specifically get help with arts promotions you can always call our communications staff Steven and Maryanne in the office," she said.
"Our Aboriginal arts development officer Aleshia is on the road in the region most days and available on the phone, as is our arts and health coordinator Christine.
"Of course if people can't get into to town to see me on the days I'm visiting I'm always available on the phone or we can organise other times to catch up when I'm travelling about the region, which I often am."