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 Response

Our region has been hit hard by the recent and ongoing bushfires.  

We are keen to find out from the creative communities of Eurobodalla, Bega Valley and Snowy Monaro, what impact the bushfires have had on your creative practice or business.

We realise many of you are very busy right now and the situation is still ongoing, however we believe it is important to get a good idea of what has happened out there, as soon as possible. This will help us to advise other agencies on how best to provide support, both immediate and ongoing, to you.

Please take the time to fill in this quick survey.

All information will be treated confidentially. If you would like to speak to us in person please contact the office on 64920711 or email.

Regional Arts News

Invitation to ‘incomplete, ever unfolding’ with Create NSW Fellow Lee Pemberton
It is within a framework of Australian Regional Arts, and
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Wangganga Exhibition at Bundian Way Gallery
Wangganga (women in Dhurga language) is the new Autumn exhibition
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Creative Writing Fellowships for Regional NSW Writers
Varuna, the National Writers House invites writers living in regional
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INVITATION TO TENDER: The Great River Road artwork commission
Towong Shire, in partnership with Murray Arts, extends an Invitation
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Midden - Wallaga Lake (2017) by Peter Cotton
Fresh Salt Exhibition | Creative Responses to Exceptional Landscape
The Fresh Salt exhibition will be launched this Friday, 2 February at the Bega
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Expressions of interest for Regional Publications from Regional Arts Australia
Regional Arts Australia (RAA) will be holding a stand at
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The 44th Numeralla Folk Festival 26-28 January 2018
The Little Festival with the Big Heart The community of
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Djaadjawan Dancers
Local projects benefit from Regional Arts Fund
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund (RAF) has announced $316,550
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Lake Light Sculpture calls for entries
After its stunning success last Easter, the Lake Light Sculpture
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Did you know?

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.

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