Rosie Vesper
Rosie Vesper

Koori art on show

TONIGHT, weeks of preparation by a numerous Clarence Valley artists will come together when the 'Too Deadly' exhibition opens at the South Grafton Emporium.

The exhibition, co-ordinated by Rosie Vesper, pictured, is entitled 'By the River and on the Land', and incorporates a range of paintings, prints, sculptures and prints by talented indigenous artists including Margaret Barratt, Aunty Betty Cameron and Allida Walker. The exhibition will be officially opened at 6pm by councillor Terry Flanagan and Jill Napier.



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