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Tarcutta Mural unveiled

A new mural in Tarcutta serves as a memorial and a hope for the future for a small Riverina town. This mural was commissioned by the Tarcutta Community in partnership with the City of the Wagga Wagga. Sam Brooks, an Adelaide based artist, was selected to design a mural commemorating both the people of Tarcutta …

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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 Arts is offering quick response Arts Restart – Micro-Grants of up to $1,000 for artists across all art forms, community groups, councils and arts organisations to support their creative endeavours. …

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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 and cultural worker takes the helm of the local not for profit organization after Scott Howie’s 10 year stint in the gig. Tim Kurylowicz believes the region’s artists and creative …

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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 of Eastern Riverina Arts onto new challenges. The COVID-safe conference and arts festival marks the highlight of the cultural calendar in Regional NSW, bringing more than 35 exhibitions, performances and …

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Angela Coombs Matthews

High in the Evening Sky Hand printed digital images of two silhouetted birds looking out into the vast night sky. The birds merge with spindly branches seemingly watery hidden depths and luminous reflections. Find Angela on Creative Riverina Back to Horizons Made Wide

Hape Kiddle

Holding Water Holding water is a series of vessels whose form indicate the holding, and through spout like extensions sharing this water. Our rivers are the veins of our land scape. These rivers connect our communities in the truest of ways, and bond us throughout our landscapes. Timber. Connect with Hape Kiddle on Creative Riverina …

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Yianni Johns

Did You Break Wind In this whimsical scene of two technicians involved with servicing a wind turbine power generator. One looks up to the other and asks the inevitable question one can ask in a situation like this. Did you break wind? It’s a fine art fart joke. Oil on stretched canvas. Find Yianni Johns …

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Wendy Fraser

Spartan Beauty On my regular journeys from Sydney to my studio in Batlow, my heart opens up as the land and sky progressively do the same. Around Goulburn, the stark and unadorned landscape emphasises the powerful extent of the open horizons. Acrylic on stretched canvas. Find Wendy Fraser on creativeriverina.com Back to Horizons Made Wide