Pamela Denise.
Pamela Denise.

Pamela a hit on ABC1

NYMBOIDA artist extraordinaire and community arts campaigner Pamela Denise will feature on ABC1’s Art Nation program tomorrow at 5.30pm.

The exuberant art-lover was appointed by the Queensland Flying Arts program earlier this year. Art Nation’s producers chose Pamela’s particular project, a mural in outback Emerald, to feature.

“They followed the project all the way to the finished product,” Pamela said yesterday.

Obviously thrilled by her selection for the program, Pamela joked that she was ‘quite the star’ having to honour filming practices such as continuity.

“I wish I didn’t wear those sweaty clothes because I had to wear them over and over again,” she said.

Pamela said the Queensland Flying Arts Program flew artists into remote areas of the State.

“Everyone out there is so thirsty for it and they get so involved they just keep going with it after we leave,” she said.

Pamela’s art and community projects in the Clarence Valley include: some of the murals in Skinner Street, South Grafton, the Iluka Rowing Shed mural.



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