Blue Mountains News
Local Artists Called to Display Artworks at Lithgow Library
“The Library is a great display space for local creative talents to showcase their works,” said Mayor Ray Thompson. “The Library has both gallery hanging space and display cabinets for artworks such as sculptures and pottery.”
Visitors to the Library frequently comment on the wealth of talent in the local area, and the variety and skill of the artists who display their works. Lithgow Library is currently calling for local artists to display works in February, July, August, October and November. The use of exhibition space is free of charge.
For more information on exhibiting at the Library or to make an application, contact Sharon Lewis at Lithgow Library on 6352 9100 or.
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