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Dream Catchers exhibition

bob burruwal_and_lena_yarinkuraThe Dream Catchers Sculpture Exhibition will feature Artists from Maningrida, NT in conjunction with Sculpture by the Sea.

The opening will beon Saturday 20 October with Brunch 11am – 1pm. The Gallery will be open all day 10am – 5pm.

Special Guest Artists will be Bob Burruwal & Lena Yarinkurra, Hamish Karrkarrhba, Bob Burruwal, Lena Yarinkurra featuring...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:24

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Hard work begins for talented Talia

taliaStory and image supplied by Grant Hatch

Wollongong High School of the Performing Arts Year 8 student, Talia Sigsworth is in Sydney this week (2-5 October) for the Featured Artist Call and the beginning of six weeks intensive rehearsals for this year's 29th Schools Spectacular.

Thirteen-year-old Talia is one of two Aboriginal Featured Artists.

The other, East Hills Girls Technology High and Talent...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:23

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