Website Launch Western Riverina Arts

Yes it is true - we finally have a new and exciting homepage. You can now find the latest news on what's happening in our creative communities, get information on who we are and what we do, discover endless funding possibilities and much much more. For more information simply check out this little video!

Artlands in a Nutshell

Australia's largest regional arts conference, ARTLANDS, was held in Dubbo from 27-30.10.2016. Over 1000 people attended the "Part Conference, Part Festival, All Arts" and used the opportunity to network and share ideas. And Western Riverina Arts was in the midst of it all.

Plate of the ART

Western Riverina Arts presents "Plate of the ART" - showcasing creative and beautifully plated dishes by local venues with local ingredients. Looks good? Well then get your appetite on an visit one of over 30 Riverina Top Plate venues!

Murrumbidgee Marramarra - Indigenous Australian art by Aboriginal Artists from our very own region! Let Western Riverina Arts RADO Derek Motion, Ray Wholohan from the Griffith Regional Art Gallery and Griffith City Council Aboriginal Liaisons Officer Roger Penrith explain why you should definitely come and see this outstanding exhibition.


Former Western Riverina Arts' communications officer Jason Richardson shares his experience in public relations and marketing, as well as promoting the value of engaging with the arts.



Narrandera Gallery


Venture down to East Street to immerse yourself in culture. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in the café's dotted along the centre of town and explore Visual Beginnings, commonly referred to as 'The Gallery'. The Gallery is run by exhibiting artists, Gail and David Sharp, whose vivid works are primarily influenced by the local landscape.


Derek Motion, Regional Arts Development Officer with Western Riverina Arts, discusses the creation of the Penny Paniz Art Prize in Leeton.



The Japonica Rice Monument Yanco


The Japonica Rice Monument was placed at the Yanco Agricultural institute to commemorate the growth of the rice industry in Australia.

Cottage Gallery Griffith

The Griffith Cottage Gallery existed more than 20 years and was a mixture between art gallery and retail coffee shop.