Snowy Valleys

WEBINAR | Culture, Heritage Arts Regional Tourism (CHART) Program

Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA) is pleased to announce that the Culture, Heritage Arts Regional Tourism (CHART) program will be launching soon to support regional arts and culture organisations in the preservation and presentation of Australia’s cultural heritage as they recover from the impacts of COVID-19.   In anticipation of the upcoming launch of the CHART program, AMaGA will be hosting a CHART …

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JOB OPPORTUNITY | Project Manager with Regional Arts Network

The Regional Arts Network (RAN) consists of 14 Regional Arts Development Organisations (RADO) supporting and advocating for arts engagement in Regional NSW.  RAN is about to embark on a 2-year Strategic Project and is seeking expressions of interest for a qualified project manager based in regional NSW.  The role will oversee the development and delivery …

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Holding up the Umbrella: Collaborative Leadership in Disaster Recovery – Arbour Festival

ARTLANDS PANEL Eastern Riverina Arts Executive Director Tim Kuryowicz, Regional Arts Australia Fellow 2020 and artist Vanessa Keenan, Scotia Monkovich the Executive Officer of the Creative Recovery Network, alongside Paul Holton, Director Community and Corporate with Snowy Valleys Council and Chair of the Cultural Development Network and Darren Moffitt from Bushfire Recovery Victoria will present …

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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 were proud to support your proposals and look forward to working with you as you create beauty, connection and wonder across our region! Owen Lyons, Wiradjuri Yadhaa Dreaming Project ($28,439) …

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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 organisation unlocking new opportunities for artists and creative people in the Riverina region. You’ll work directly with our Executive Director, and be a first point of contact for our stakeholders, …

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Window Gallery | Juanita McLauchlan

Permission by Juanita McLauchlan 2018-20 Rice paper, thread, woodcut Artist Statement: It is a journey of finding culture and weaving it back together. Sometimes we try to hide our family history, yet it is always there – you just have to look for it. There is an infinity of stars connecting us back through time …

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ARTLANDS – regos open

Take part in the Australia’s largest regional arts gathering, being presented this year alongside Junction Arts Festival in Launceston, from September 1-3. Early Bird Registration for Artlands 2021 in Launceston, lutruwita (Tasmania)opens today,June 1.  Register for Early Birds to receive the best price on the full Artlands conference program. Artlands Launceston will be taking place this year at the Hotel Grand …

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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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