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Micro-Grants available now

Micro-Grants available now

Calling all artists, arts workers, community groups, councils and arts organisations across the Eastern Riverina region – apply now for up to $1000 Eastern Riverina …

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Rewind to the ‘70s with ‘33.3RPM Live’ in Wagga Wagga

Rewind to the ‘70s with ‘33.3RPM Live’ in Wagga Wagga

Pull on a pair of bell-bottom jeans and satin shirt, spruce up your mullet and brace your ankles for those three-inch platform shoes to head …

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Eastern Riverina Arts appoints new Executive Director

Eastern Riverina Arts appoints new Executive Director

After 12 months acting in the role of Executive Director, Tim Kurylowicz has been permanently appointed to the role at Eastern Riverina Arts. The seasoned arts …

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Exhibit in The Window Gallery

Exhibit in The Window Gallery

The ERA Window Gallery is located at our shopfront at 98 Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga Wagga. Fitzmaurice Street is fast becoming the hottest street in town! …

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Arbour Festival feature artist Fanny Lumsden wins ARIA Award

Arbour Festival feature artist Fanny Lumsden wins ARIA Award

Congratulations to TOOMA artist, Fanny Lumsden on winning the ARIA Award for 2020 Best Country Album. Her album Fallow was recorded in a tiny stone …

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Scott Howie takes a bow at Artstate

Scott Howie takes a bow at Artstate

After drawing high praise for his successful arts program at Artstate Wagga Wagga, Scott Howie has announced his intention to move on from the helm …

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Virtual to Actual – Crafting the slam poets of the future

Virtual to Actual – Crafting the slam poets of the future

Virtual to Actual Eastern Riverina Arts & Southern Tablelands Arts are offering young poets an opportunity to be part of the Virtual to Actual Performance …

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Country Arts Support Program (CASP) Now Open

Country Arts Support Program (CASP) Now Open

The CASP 2020-21 is now open and will close on Tuesday, September 29th at 5pm. The 2020-21 round is being administered by Create NSW. Please …

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Window Gallery | Raeleen Pfeiffer

Window Gallery | Raeleen Pfeiffer

Raeleen Pfeiffer is an artist living on a family farm near The Rock, where she has her studio. Currently she is developing a body of …

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Ash Dust Air – ENTER HERE NOW

Ash Dust Air – ENTER HERE NOW

We are seeking submissions of original writing from young people aged 15-25 to be published in the anthology ash dust air Closing date extended to …

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Renew Wagga

Breathing new life into empty spaces in Wagga Wagga and providing exciting opportunities for creative businesses

Arbour Festival

A 50 day multi-arts Festival, gathering the community together, engaging artist and bringing hope, 12 months on from the Dunns Road bushfire disaster.

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 onlne.

ash dust air

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