Eastern Riverina Arts enriches, inspires and connects our region
by fostering arts, culture, creative industry and community.


RENEW WAGGA – two new Creative Businesses now open on Tompson Street. EOIs for Round 2 now open. Details here.

ERA News

Local projects get Arts & Cultural funding

Local projects get Arts & Cultural funding

We are always excited to see arts projects funded in our region. Congratulations to these legends who have received projects funding from CreateNSW – we …

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Vacancy: ERA Admin Coordinator

Vacancy: ERA Admin Coordinator

POSITION DESCRIPTION Eastern Riverina Arts seeks a dynamic and organised person to take charge of a range of administration and project tasks, supporting a growing …

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PLATFORM Riverina Resources

The PLATFORM team at Eastern Riverina Arts has put together this terrific, easy-to-follow guide to running an accessible event. If you are running an event …

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Window Gallery | Juanita McLauchlan

Window Gallery | Juanita McLauchlan

Permission by Juanita McLauchlan 2018-20 Rice paper, thread, woodcut

Apply Now – Joyce Spencer Textiles Fellowship

Apply Now – Joyce Spencer Textiles Fellowship

Joyce Spencer Textiles Fellowship Applications are open now

Renew Wagga

Breathing new life into empty spaces in Wagga Wagga and providing exciting opportunities for creative businesses.
OPEN DAY 26 MAY 2021

Window Gallery

Our 24/7 gallery window at 98 Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga Wagga – available to visual and performing artists from across the region thru an annual application round.

old: NEW

A travelling exhibition inspired by the collections in our region’s museums, exploring the reasons why we collect, what we keep and how it informs the future.

Lagoon Project

Murrin (Bark Canoe – Wiradjuri) – An ERA project with NPWS fostering and sharing the traditional skills of the Wiradjuri and Wolgalu communities.

Horizons Made Wide

Our curated street art project for Artstate 2020.

Now available online.

ash dust air

An anthology of writing by young people of southern NSW in response to the upheavals of 2020. BUY NOW.