Blue Mountains News
Local Artists Called to Display Artworks at Lithgow Library
“This is a great way for local artists to showcase their work,” said Mayor Ray Thompson. “The Library not only has gallery hanging space but display cabinets for artworks such as sculptures and pottery”.
The Library is a great space for amateur artists to display their work in a gallery like space, something they may not have the opportunity to do elsewhere. The Library will promote the exhibition via a media release, posters, web and social media features as well as providing assistance with the opening of the exhibition.
It is free to hold an exhibition at the Library.
For more information on exhibiting at the Library or to make an application contact Kellie Drengenberg at Lithgow Library on 6352 9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article archived 26 Dec 2018
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