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Art Exhibition to save Lyttelton!

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Supported by the Project Lyttelton Earthquake Fund this exhibition is brought to you by the Harbour Arts Collective.


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Local Art Exhibition to Save Lyttelton!

11th to 13th November at the Tin Palace, Oxford St, Lyttelton

The exhibition includes works of 10 local artists and Lyttelton supporters: Cheryl Lucas, Linda Pringle, Jennifer Braithwaite, Barry Clarke, Maree Henry, Jeremy Leeming, Christina Dower, Ina Johann & Victoria Edwards and Elfi Spiewack who have kindly donated parts of the proceeds to the collective.

The exhibition will be a great opportunity to see and buy local art and at the same time support artists and the Collective to realize their project!

Please come along, bring your friends and family and celebrate this great event with us!

Opening night Friday 11th November from 6pm with Devilish Mary and the Holy Rollers,  exhibition 10-4pm Saturday 12th and Sunday 13thNovember.

About Harbour Arts Collective:

The Collective is a group of motivated locals, whose main project is to help the community and Lyttelton's rebuild by establishing an Arts Precinct in the town centre.

The focal point of the precinct will be a gallery, exhibition space and workshop/studio facilities that serve the needs and nurture the creative talent found in Lyttelton and the wider region. The site will also include community space that embraces a wide range of user groups and provides arts education and performance opportunities.


Looking forward to seeing you!

Opening night Friday 11th November from 6pm at the Tin Palace, exhibition on 10-4pm Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th.

For more information contact the collective: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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