Artists have been invited to reinterpret traditional work like this Gladys O’Grady painting, as 3-D objects.
Artists have been invited to reinterpret traditional work like this Gladys O’Grady painting, as 3-D objects.

Gallery wants this art touched

LOCAL artists have been challenged to reinterpret works in Grafton Regional Gallery in a "touchy-feely" way.

Gallery director Jude McBean said the Collection Made Accessible project will also make traditional two-dimensional art accessible to people with a visual impairment.

After submitting expressions of interest, up to five regional artists will be commissioned to create accessible complimentary interpretations of selected collection artworks.

Expressions of interest close on September 21. Artists needing more information can go to graftongallery.nsw.gov.au or phone the gallery on 6642 3177.



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