REGIONAL STAFF

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Tim Kurylowicz

Email exec@easternriverinaarts.org.au

Phone 02 6921 6890

Mobile 0403 878 442


CREATIVE BUSINESS OFFICER

Claire Harris
claire@easternriverinarts.org.au
Part-time

 

COMMUNICATIONS CO- ORDINATOR
Kate Howarth
Email communications@easternriverinaarts.org.au
Part-time
Phone 02 6921 6890
Mobile 0447 006 913

 

ADMIN OFFICER

Ashleigh Adams

Part-time

admin@easternriverinaarts.org.au

REGIONAL DIRECTORS

CHAIR: Anne Lowe

DEPUTY CHAIR: Elise Magrath
TREASURER: Craig Richardson
DIRECTOR: Claire Harris
DIRECTOR: Madeleine Scully
DIRECTOR: Ann Sutton
DIRECTOR: Dr Susan Wood

CONTRIBUTING COUNCILS

Bland Shire

Coolamon Shire

Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional

Lockhart Shire

Snowy Valleys

Temora Shire

Wagga Wagga City

ABORIGINAL ARTS & CULTURE

Aboriginal  Population and Language Groups 

  • Approximately 3,500 Aboriginal people live in the region (approximately 3% of the general population)
  • Highest concentration of Aboriginal people live in Junee and Wagga Wagga.

Aboriginal Arts Organisations

  • Wagga Wagga City Council  Cultural Centre, Wagga Wagga,
  • Wiradjuri ‘Yalbalinga-da’, Wagga Wagga
  • Gannambarra Enterprises, Wagga Wagga
  • Cooee Cottage,Tumut
  • Lake Cowal Cultural Centre, near West Wyalong
  • Aboriginal Land Councils

THE WIRED LAB RECEIVES NEARLY $1 MILLION TO TRANSFORM MUTTAMA CHURCH

The Wired Lab has been awarded a grant for almost $1 million to transform Muttama Church into a cultural tourism destination.

River-Tree-Plain permanent installation at Dubbo Hospital

River-Tree-Plain is a series of interrelated representations of the river systems, flora and land formations of Dubbo and its catchment areas, Conceived as part of the Dubbo Hospital Redevelopment Project.

Accessible Marketing & Communications Workshop

Workshops will run for approximately 90 minutes each. Be sure to get your tickets for the November 19th workshop as the October workshop has already sold out!

RAF Funded Project Overview – old:NEW

Presented by Eastern Riverina Arts and funded by the Regional Arts Fund, old:NEW aims to instigate and invigorate conversations about what we keep, why we collect and how history informs the present.   Eight artists make up the exhibition with their works...

RENEW WAGGA continues to thrive with two new artists taking up residence!

The Eastern Riverina Arts creative business project, RENEW WAGGA, is continuing to breathe new life into the Wagga Wagga CBD with two new artists taking up residence in Tompson Street in July, one of which is Middlemost, featuring the Shy Fox Pop-Up. The creative and...