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At the opening of the Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association Exhibition at the Grafton Regional Gallery (l-r) June Alexander, Jenny Thomas(President LCACA) Stephen Sessions, Ron Moore, Bobi Winger & Malcolm King (Curator LCACA) in front of art works – Pat Jenkins (Beach Access – Frazers) and Robyn Tychsen (Maclean from Illarwill Hill).

Sensational exhibitions open at the Gallery

At the opening of  the Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association Exhibition at the Grafton Regional Gallery (l-r) June Alexander, Jenny Thomas(President LCACA) Stephen Sessions, Ron Moore, Bobi Winger & Malcolm King (Curator LCACA) in front of art works - Pat Jenkins (Beach Access - Frazers) and Robyn Tychsen (Maclean from Illarwill Hill).
At the opening of the Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association Exhibition at the Grafton Regional Gallery (l-r) June Alexander, Jenny Thomas(President
LCACA) Stephen Sessions, Ron Moore, Bobi Winger & Malcolm King (Curator
LCACA) in front of art works – Pat Jenkins (Beach Access – Frazers) and Robyn Tychsen (Maclean from Illarwill Hill).

 

A new round of five exhibitions is now open at the Grafton Regional Gallery.
The golden jubilee celebrations of the Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association (LCACA) continue with new work from the association’s artists and the presentation of the post 2004 artworks held in the Lower Clarence collection.
Sensations, an exhibition for the visually impaired, presents accessible artworks and soundscapes created by regional and local artists. Audio descriptions accompany many of the works.
Seelands-based artist, Rochelle Summerfield, is to present a solo exhibition reflecting on the floods of the Clarence Valley. It is aptly titled Indicators Show Depth.
Gallery director, Jude McBean, said the gallery was happy to present the next two exhibitions in a series of five to celebrate the LCACA’s resilience and involvement in the community’s culture.
“This exhibition opening is doubly exciting because we will also be formally presenting the highly anticipated KAPOW Street Art Project; the finished piece is incredible and the young people that worked hard to pull it together should be very proud of themselves,” she said.

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