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Arts Alive

Arts Alive

Where do I go from here? Creative Writing workshops at Narooma School of Arts, “The Studios,’’ Friday 22 February for four weeks, 9.30am – 12.30pm, $108 ($27 per week includes GST and morning tea). The interactive experience will inspire your creativity, discuss your ideas and develop your writing whatever genre fiction, poetry, life writing, historical fiction, fantasy or writing for children. Whether you are a beginner or wanting to publish, Rae can guide you; she provides a broad range of writing resources to cater for the individual needs of each participant. Bookings are essential on 0431486617 or

The Moruya Community Film Group Force Majeure, Saturday 23rd February, 7.30pm for 8pm screening at St Mary's Performing Arts Centre, Queen St, Moruya, 120mins M 2014 ~ A Swedish family travels to the French Alps to enjoy a few days of skiing. The sun is shining and the slopes are spectacular but, during a lunch at a mountainside restaurant, an avalanche turns everything upside down — membership available at the door.

A reminder of Art Central’s Term 1 classes at 24 Church Street Moruya, extending to 5 April, include: Aboriginal art, airbrush painting, art with Nick, beginners to advanced guitar lessons, art therapy for wellbeing, art for kids, painting and drawing with Lesley, handmade books and printing — and pottery on Saturdays. For more info and/or to book, contact Kerry Strange at Art Central on 44743123 or

South East Arts is setting its future strategic directions and considering how, as an organisation, it can contribute to the arts and cultural fabric of Eurobodalla, Bega Valley and Snowy Monaro. As a subscriber to our e-news, as an audience member, as an artist, you are a key stakeholder in this process; one of the people we need to hear from. Go to the 5 min survey at ~ ~ and you'll be contributing to future planning for our region as the survey results will be used to develop our strategic directions for the next 5 years — more info contact Kate Howarth on or 64920711.

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