Western Riverina Arts report

NETWORK: Enjoy free wine and nibbles and join in the creative conversation at the upcoming arts meeting at Jerilderie. Contact Liana via comms@westrivarts.com.au.
NETWORK: Enjoy free wine and nibbles and join in the creative conversation at the upcoming arts meeting at Jerilderie. Contact Liana via comms@westrivarts.com.au.

WESTERN Riverina Arts will be holding an arts networking session in Jerilderie on Thursday, November 23.

Jerilderie is part of the Murrumbidgee Council, which is now part of the area covered by Western Riverina Arts. 

The networking session will be similar to those held in Coleambally, Leeton, Narrandera and Griffith earlier this year and will include local arts and cultural practitioners who will speak about their work and latest projects, it will also give an opportunity for like-minded individuals to network and create a conversation about arts and culture in the Jerilderie area.

The event will be held from 6pm at ‘Ye Olde Bank’ 45 Jerilderie street.

Beth and Roy of ‘Ye Olde Bank’ are kindly allowing us to hold the session in their beautiful gardens and local creative worker Helene Mortlock will be assisting in delivering the event.

Come along and enjoy some free wine and nibbles and join in the creative conversation. RSVP to comms@westrivarts.com.au.

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THE Griffith Regional Art Gallery is seeking expressions of interest for Public Programs for 2018.

Local arts and crafts practitioners are being urged to apply to facilitate Public Programs, which could include one off workshops, master classes, or a program of classes.

The gallery is seeking a board range of disciplines and will give preference to those that fit with the 2018 program of events and exhibitions.

Contact the Griffith Regional Art Gallery on 6962 8338 or visit the gallery’s website or Facebook page for more information.

Applications close Friday, December 8 at 5pm.

Create NSW funding for Arts and Cultural projects is now available. 

This funding supports professional arts and cultural projects at any stage of the creative process and is available to individual arts and cultural workers, partnerships, organisations and groups.

More at the Create NSW website.