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Entries now open for River of Art Festival 2019

Entries now open for River of Art Festival 2019

Registration is now open for artists and visual and performing arts organisations to showcase their creative talents in the upcoming River of Art Festival, held from 17 to 27 May 2019.

Most events will take place on the two weekend’s bookending the Festival, with the final weekend coinciding with the ACT’s Reconciliation Day long weekend. The Festival will open with an exhibition at the new Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre, end with the Busking Championships in Narooma and is jam packed with over 100 exciting events in between. So if you or your group sing, dance, are into textiles, want to run a workshop, host an exhibition, hold a music gig, sell your visual art or craft or are looking to set up a makers market, get in touch. Wherever your artistic talents lie, we want your event in the Festival program! Be part of the colour and movement up and down the coast.

To register your event or workshop or for more information head to the River of Art website. Expression of interest forms can be completed online, or alternatively pick up a hard copy pf the form at your local library and return it by mail. Participant entries close 1 February 2019.

More information Contact Di Jay: T: 0411 481 988

This year’s festival will run from 17-27 May 2019. The program will be released early April, two weeks before Easter. River of Art is funded by the NSW Government through Destination NSW, Regional Arts NSW and Create NSW. Support is also received from the Eurobodalla Shire Council.

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