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Grafton Regional Gallery is the place to be this Saturday. Image: Camellia Flanagan

Grafton Regional Gallery – opening of new Exhibitions on Saturday

This Saturday February 17 from 5pm to 7pm at the Grafton Regional Gallery.

Everyone is welcome to celebrate four new exhibitions opening on Saturday at the Gallery. There will be live music by Northern Rivers Indie folk musician, Anna Stanton, and the Friends of Grafton Gallery Bar will feature Grafton’s Bent Bridge Brewing. Proceeds from the bar will be financially supporting the fundraising for the Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award and a huge thank you to Bent Bridge Brewing for their support.

The exhibitions will include Jennifer Keeler-Milne: Close Focus documenting what is near and intimate, reflecting the aftermath of the pandemic lockdown expressed on paper, projected animation, sound and Augmented Reality. 

Cher Breeze: 339 Steps…A Yulgilbar Travelling Fellowship recipient tracing the footsteps of forbears through the back alleys and cemeteries of Sydney.

Madeleine Richey: Proud to be A Binge A Yulgilbar Travelling Fellowship enabled Madeleine to continue her lifelong dedication to learning about her Kamilaroi culture, connecting to mother earth which influences her art practice.

Enjoy the afternoon with Friends, family and the Gallery Community from 5 pm and order your free tickets from Humanitix.

The Reverend Canon Camellia Flanagan