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Entries open for art exhibition to celebrate community harmony

30 May 2017

Local artists are invited to submit works for the annual Kingston Interfaith Network Art Exhibition to

help celebrate the many faiths and cultures in our community.

This year’s exhibition, which explores the theme Oneness, will be on show at Mordialloc’s St Nicholas Gallery in August.

Kingston Mayor David Eden invited everyone – from professional artists through to amateur enthusiasts – to contribute their creative talents to the exhibition.

“Our annual Interfaith exhibition celebrates the harmony we enjoy in our community and recognises our shared humanity.” Cr Eden said.

“This much-loved annual event is a great chance for people of all ages and backgrounds to come together through a common love of the arts.”

 Entries close Monday 3 July.

The Kingston Interfaith Network Art Exhibition will be on show 1–25 August (Monday-Thursdays 12pm-3pm and Saturdays 10am-1pm) at St Nicholas Gallery, 9 Bear St Mordialloc.

Details: kingston.vic.gov.au/interfaith

 

 

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