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Topology is dedicated to delivering and supporting regional arts programs and services to ensure a diverse and thriving creative landscape ranging from communities such as Mount Isa, Cloncurry, Doomadgee and Boulia and as far north as Normanton, Mornington Island, and across the state east to Burdekin, Townsville and Palm Island. (Indicated purple on the RASN map)

As leaders in the defining aspects of creativity in Australia, Topology has toured internationally, nationally and regionally throughout Queensland for over 25 years, bringing a range of performances, cross artform collaborations and creative programs. Topology brings this knowledge to RASN and strives to support the North Queensland Catchment 2 to develop connected, creative and cultural communities.

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Meet the team supporting RASN’s North Queensland Catchment. Get in touch with our team to discuss your project or how RASN can support your community, school, or group.

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The Regional Arts Services Network (RASN) is a network of regional arts service providers who, supported by Arts Queensland, will work in collaboration to deliver on-the-ground arts services in communities throughout regional Queensland.

In 2022, Arts Queensland announced four new Queensland-based service providers would lead the way in delivering arts-led initiatives across the state through the Regional Arts Services Network (RASN) 2022 – 2025, boosting opportunities for regional communities to access high quality arts and cultural engagement. Joining Topology as Queensland’s new RASN providers are Empire Theatre Toowoomba, Central Queensland University, and Regional Development Australia Tropical North in consortium with Cook Shire Council.

Learn more about the regional Arts Services Network. 


  • Assist artists and arts workers to undertake professional development opportunities.
  • Build strong arts and cultural networks across our communities.
  • Support and deliver innovative cross regional arts projects by partnering with regional councils and community organisations.
  • Provide support and advice for individual artists and arts organisations.
  • Showcase 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.



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If you’re an artist, practitioner, teacher or arts council member based in the RASN Catchment 2 sign up to the RASN mailing list to stay updated on projects, opportunities, professional development events and more.

Fill out your details using the form located on the left.

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*Photo by Eyes Wide Open Images from Sunshine Coast Chamber Music Festival closing performance ‘Singing Up Country.’