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Blue Mountains Arts Trail - This Weekend!
ABOUT THE BLUE MOUNTAINS ARTS TRAIL
Artists from Woodford to Mount Victoria in the Blue Mountains open their studio doors to the public for the Upper Blue Mountains Arts Trail on Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 November 2018.
The Blue Mountains Arts Trail gives the public a unique opportunity to go behind the scenes and meet real, passionate artists who pour so much of their heart and soul into their work. Visitors on the Arts Trail gain valuable insights about art by interacting directly with the artist.
Some 13 artists are participating in the Arts Trail, with all kinds of art on show, from painting, printmaking and photography to mosaics, multimedia and so much more.
Blue Mountains Arts Trail
Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 November 2018
10am - 4 pm
Woodford to Mount Victoria
The Blue Mountains Arts Trail is free, and visitors can plan their visits using the map of participating galleries.
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