More than $50,000 is being injected into the Border arts scene thanks to the Australian Government's Regional Arts Fund.
Murray Arts and Flying Fruit Fly Circus will receive $32,980 and $22,674 respectfully to help upcoming events.
Murray Arts will put the funding towards the production of Limelight next year; a show featuring art, science and light, at the amphitheatre at Gateway Island.
The Fruit Fly Circus will help their new Under Construction program to support emerging circus artists in regional NSW.
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Arts minister Paul Fletcher said the government is committed to helping artists promote uniquely Australian stories to audiences in regional and rural areas.
"Not only does this support provide a cultural boost for our regional communities to remain vibrant cultural hubs, the funding also increases employment and professional development opportunities for our art-based entities," he said.
Delivered by Regional Arts Australia and associated organisations in each state and territory, a total of $1.1 million is being provided to support 71 arts and cultural projects through this round of funding,