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River of Art Festival calls out for volunteers

River of Art – a signature cultural event on the South Coast’s tourism calendar – is calling out for volunteers to help create and deliver another exciting festival in 2018.

River of Art Chair, Robin Scott-Charlton, says ‘Our energetic team of volunteers is looking for artists and people with an interest in the arts to join us – either on the Committee or as supporters and friends of the festival.

‘This is an opportunity for enthusiastic individuals to bring new ideas and skills to the River of Art’s program, as we shape our 2018 festival.

River of Art is driven by the Eurobodalla’s creative community and showcases a dynamic lineup of both local and visiting artists and performers.

Thanks goes to our friend Isabel Darling at Torchlight Media for this brilliant video

Robin Scott-Charlton says ‘We’re especially keen to find talented volunteers who can help us promote the festival through social media and our website.

‘We’re also on the lookout for artists and arts lovers with strong community connections, experience in program development, event management and volunteer coordination.

‘Anyone interested in being involved in this vibrant festival is welcome to contact us via our email address, or through our Facebook page

‘The River of Art Committee is in a great position to build on the success of our 2017 festival, which attracted record attendances and boosted tourism to the South Coast.

‘We now have guaranteed NSW Government funding for another two years through Destination NSW, plus strong support from the Eurobodalla Shire Council, South East Arts, the local arts community and local businesses.’

Three back-to-back South Coast Regional Tourism awards celebrate the festival’s success.

The River of Art Festival features live music, theatre, film, textiles, visual arts and crafts, literature, performance, poetry, storytelling, as well as community and cultural celebrations.

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