South East Arts (SEArts) is the regional development organisation for arts and culture in the Bega Valley, Eurobodalla and Snowy Monaro. We actively assist the ongoing development of, and participation in, arts and culture throughout the South East region of New South Wales.

Bushfire/ COVID-19 Response

We have attempted to summarise the impact of the Bushfires & the COVID-19 Pandemic on arts and cultural events in the region, and will continue to provide practical ways people can support the arts sector and individual artists during this time. We will do all we can to support our creative communities through these challenging and uncertain times.

We will continue to list updates/ services/ grants/ useful online creative platforms in the latest news section below, so please check back often.

Regional Arts News

Regional Cultural Fund – applications open
The NSW Government is proud to launch the Regional Cultural
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National writers celebrate Aboriginal Literature on the Far South Coast
A two-day forum celebrating Aboriginal writers and stories will be
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New Indigenous Festival announced – Giiyong Festival – Sharing Culture at Jigamy
In September 2018 the Giiyong Festival will take place at
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Bega Valley filmmaker gets Screen NSW funding
Screen NSW announces funding of 10 short productions from regional
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SE Arts’ strong Indigenous program for Cobargo Folk Festival
South East Arts is proud to once again assist the
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Calling young composers
Fanfares will be calling out at venues across Australia: Enter
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All This Living – Bega Valley
ALL THIS LIVING! Written and performed by Camilla Blunden When
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Have your say in Eurobodalla’s Disability Inclusion Action Plan
Four targeted surveys have been created to ensure Council gets
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Give Arts & Culture a voice in Bega Valley Shire
Help shape the future of the Bega Valley Shire. Join
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You can support the work of South East Arts through donations that are fully tax deductible.

Your contributions will help us strengthen our Aboriginal Arts & Cultural Development across Eurobodalla, Bega Valley and Snowy Monaro as we move towards Giiyong Festival 2020.