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

Bega Valley Visual Artists – Call for Expression of Interest – NOW CLOSED
Bega Valley Visual Artists – Call for Expression of Interest
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Gangguan Tenggara – Bega Valley Regional Gallery
21 September – 7 November 2020 THE FOURTH AND FINAL
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Artless Bastards – EPISODE 2 OUT NOW!
Artless Bastards – A New Podcast from South East Arts!
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LIVE THEATRE! Bat Soup and 21 Chump St
Bat Soup and 21 Chump St Comedy! Drama! Music! Hygiene!
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Best Laid Plans Webinar
BEST LAID PLANS is a webinar panel to discuss the
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Regional Arts NSW – Funding Fundamentals Grant Writing Webinars
Want to write an application that stands out from the
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Recovery Boost – RAF Recovery Grants Now Open
Recovery Boost – RAF Recovery Grants NOW OPEN! Recovery grants
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ANNOUNCED I Olga Masters Short Story Award Winners 2020
OLGA MASTERS SHORT STORY AWARD WINNERS 2020 ANNOUNCED TODAY AT
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Artless Bastards – A New Podcast by South East Arts
Artless Bastards – A New Podcast by South East Arts
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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.