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Sarah McEwan Leaves Eastern Riverina Arts

 

 

 

RANSW sadly farewells Sarah McEwan, the Communications and Projects Officer for Eastern Riverina Arts.

Sarah has been a valued member of the network since May 2010 but is moving on to focus on her own artistic practice.  She is a founding member of The Cad Factory which generates a lot of creative activity in the Riverina regions through their arts projects.

In August, they will be presenting Grong Grong Creative House and Sarah will be a participating artist, practicing under the pseudonym Her Riot. Then, from August until September, she will be working as an artist on a project Western Riverina Arts is developing called Re-imagining the Murrumbidgee. She will also be travelling to Canberra next month, with Tipping Point , as part of the major One River presentations for the Centenary celebrations. In September, she will be project managing The Cad Factory collaboration with Coleambally Sun Rice Mill and much more.

“I’ve loved this position and found it very stimulating,” Sarah says. “It’s such an enjoyable work environment and I’ve learnt so much about regional arts and further developed my own administration skills from working in the position.”

We wish Sarah all the best.

 

Learn more about Sarah’s work at her website

Image: Sarah in ‘Bambino Koresh’, © Peter Dovgan, source: www.theaureview.com