Indulge in art and the spectacular South Coast attractions
The 2016 Eurobodalla River of Art, an award-winning annual event which showcases the creative talents that thrive in the far south coast of NSW, kicks off on Friday, 20 May 2016, in Moruya. With performances from local musicians and delights from Evolve, the opening night will be a foretaste of what's on offer during the 10-day festival lined up with live music, theatre, film, visual arts, literature, workshops and cultural experiences.
The 2016 Eurobodalla River of Art will open in Moruya on Friday, 20 May 2016.
The 2016 Eurobodalla River of Art is driven by the vibrant and diverse artistic community from Durras north of Bateman's Bay to Wallaga Lake in the south. A lot of art will be on parade in local cafes and shops, with at least 22 studios and galleries along the Eurobodalla coast open. The Festival also attracts visiting artists.
Visitors to the 2016 Eurobodalla River of Art can indulge in film, live music, performances and theatre, but textiles, crafts, jewellery, bespoke hats and visual arts are also on display, adding to the choices one will get spoilt with from the 20th to the 29th of May. Poets, authors, singer songwriters, and storytellers will entertain the soul. It will also be an opportunity to immerse in Aboriginal culture and history through community celebrations, exhibitions, and workshops. Spectacular South Coast attractions, from wilderness adventures to authentic country markets and delicious local produce, will be an added bonus.
Most events at the 2016 Eurobodalla River of Art are free, but workshops and some performances have limited spaces, hence booking may be required. It would be best to book early to secure a place.