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

Local artists gear up for Eurobodalla River of Art Festival
The annual Eurobodalla River of Art Festival, opening soon on
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Yellow Poles & Blue Trees for Jindabyne – installation by Konstantin Dimopoulos
Brad and Monika Spalding of Wild Brumby Distillery have commissioned
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DIRT FOX – Fundraiser
BOOK NOW  
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Follow your dream at film school
Budding film-makers, actors, directors and editors will have the chance
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SE Arts Board – Expressions of Interest
South East Arts NSW is calling for Expressions of Interest
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Arts & Health Regional Strategy – Seeking Input
Calling out to health and welfare professionals, managers, community workers,
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THE WALLPAPERED MANSE – if these walls could talk
18 March to 8 April 2016 Opening Night March 18th
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Strong Aboriginal links at Cobargo Folk Festival
The Cobargo Folk Festival (CFF), held in the beautiful village
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Recent Funding Wins Across the Region
The following regional projects have received funding in recent weeks
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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.