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Yamba resident, Indigenous artist Jennifer Rowe, who is a descendant of the Tahune Lingah Nation from the Lower Huon Valley, Tasmania, exhibited her artworks at the Plunge Art Market. Images: Geoff Helisma

Talking about Plunge

“After the success of the partnership in 2018, the number of artists who set up a stall doubled, which provided visitors with a greater opportunity to snap up artworks at market prices,” said LPP secretary and treasurer Phil Nicholas.

Lower Clarence not-for-profit association, Live Prawn Productions (LPP), incorporated the ‘Plunge Art Market’ into its monthly Yamba River Market for the second year running last Sunday April 28.

Yamba’s community radio station, TLC 100.3FM, joined the festivities, too, with a live broadcast from the markets.

The Plunge Arts and Culture Festival (March 28 to April 30) is a Clarence Valley Council initiative.

(l-r) Artist Kerrie Bowles talks about her artworks with Alex and Grace Hickey. Images: Geoff Helisma
Presenter of The Gravy Train Gary Nottingham, tech wizard Phil Schaeffer, Pull up to the Bumper presenter Dean Valerio and Friday’s Fun Time presenter Lyn Harden at TLC 100.3FM’s live broadcast at the Yamba River Market. Images: Geoff Helisma