With three months until the Country Arts Summit 2017 is held in Mandurah, Country Arts WA has released a number of incentives to ensure country arts from a range of WA regions is represented.
More accommodation has been made available for regional delegates, with a 15 per cent discount available for attendees.
Early bird prices for tickets have also been extended until August 31.
On top of that, the organisation is on the search for volunteers, and anyone else interested in representing their state niche of art at the summit.
Country Arts WA offers a Volunteer Travel Assistance Fund, which allows delegates to travel to the summit for free.
There has also been a number of new events and exhibitions announced, furthering the reach and depth of this year’s summit.
Pare Randall will be delivering the incredible Silent Volumes for all delegates to soak in.
Anyone who's had the privilege of witnessing this incredible experience before knows how moving it is - a deep exploration of cultural belonging in a changing world.
While the original run in Kalgoorlie in 2015 used untrained bodies, this new performance will use professional dancers alongside some of the original performers.