YARN UP: Arts Northern Rivers CEO Peter Wood and Indigenous arts development officer Mark Cora
YARN UP: Arts Northern Rivers CEO Peter Wood and Indigenous arts development officer Mark Cora

Plunge Aboriginal artwork at Maclean

ABORIGINAL artwork is on display at the Maclean Plunge pop-up shop after the Yarn Up launch last Friday.

Local elders were also at the event.

Every three days, the artwork on display will change.

Arts Northern Rivers CEO Peter Wood said it was a great day to share information on Aboriginal art projects.

The Lindt project discoveries and a presentation on bush medicine were also held on the day.

"The Plunge Festival seemed like a good opportunity to share information with the public," Mr Wood said.

"There have been lots of people coming off the street."

The art on display is also for sale.

For more information phone 6628 8120.



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