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$35,000 funding secured to deliver exciting arts+museum project

The good news keeps coming with the notification we were successful in our Regional Arts Fund application for the OLD:NEW project. OLD:NEW is a curated museum exhibition featuring contemporary artwork...

Get involved in Artstate 2020

Are you interested in getting involved in Artstate 2020? There will be lots of opportunities to participate as both artists, participants and volunteers. In the first instance please drop us a few det...

An exciting new role for our Executive Director

We are excited to announce our big decision to second our Executive Director Scott Howie for a year to take on the role of Artistic Director for Artstate. He will focussed on delivering some great pro...

Artstate Wagga Wagga 2020

Wagga Wagga has been announced as the host city for Artstate 2020, a celebration of excellence in Arts and Culture in Regional NSW presented by Regional Arts NSW and Eastern Riverina Arts. NSW Parliam...

Come work with us

We are currently recruiting for the following positions: ABORIGINAL CULTURAL PRODUCER (PT) – closes November 12.   here EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (TEMPORARY FT) – closes November 8.   here ...

Shape the Riverina’s creative future

Take 10 minutes to tell us what you think of us. Go into the draw for two tickets to see Katie Noonan and the Australian String Quartet direct link to survey...

Mobile Office 2019

It’s time to hit the road! Over the next few months, the Eastern Riverina Arts team will be travelling across the 8 council areas in our region to meet … you! Your ideas are important and we want ...

The Budget and the Election 2019

                            In the lead up to the upcoming federal election, let our politicians know that regional arts matt...

A Conversation With Raeleen Pfeiffer

In February we welcome back Raeleen Pfeiffer to the Window Gallery with her linocut series Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil. The Rock based artist adding yet another medium to her ever growing...

Aboriginal Arts

Eastern Riverina Arts acknowledges the Wiradjuri and Wolgalu people as the traditional owners of the lands on which it operates. Eastern Riverina Arts recognises First Nations people’s right to ...