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Talking Art - March 30th


Moruya Library will see the third in a series of quarterly arts networking morning teas on Thursday 30 March 10.30am - 12pm. The aim is to provide an informal space over morning tea to connect, inform and inspire Eurobodalla’s artists and creative workers. The forum seeks to invite local and visiting speakers to cover topics relevant to being an artist in contemporary Australia. The event rotates around the three libraries and the next meeting will be at Moruya Library. Among the topics for this quarter is a preview of the exciting exhibition space that is about to be built adjoining Moruya library, a session from Andrew Gray from South East Arts on grant submissions, and more. Among the topics for this quarter is a preview of the exciting exhibition space that is about to be built adjoining Moruya Library and a session from Andrew Gray from South East Arts on grant submission. Bookings essential For more information or to book contact Arts and Cultural Services Coordinator Indira Carmichael:T: 02 4474 1061


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