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

Support Act Crisis Relief Grants
The COVID-19 pandemic has created intense financial hardship for artists,
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Micro Grants Success
South East Arts has awarded 34 Micro Grants to artists
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Beginners Guide to Marketing
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NSW Regional Arts Development Organisations E-Book
There are fourteen Regional Arts Development Organisations in NSW, each
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Regional Arts Fund Boost
About the RAF Recovery Boost Immediate, medium, and long-term funding
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Winning Sky Exhibition
Winning Sky Exhibition South East Regional Hospital Bega Award-winning photographs
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Olga Masters Short Story Award 2020
2020 brings exciting news to the OLGA MASTERS Short Story
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South East Arts Quick Response Micro Grants – Now Closed
Quick Response Micro Grants Program Closed Wednesday 3 June 2020
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Windmill Trust Scholarship/ Supporting Regional NSW Professional Artists
Annual scholarship of $10,000 awarded for painting, printing, sculpture or
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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.