Blue Mountains News
Mother/Daughter Art Exhibition at Lithgow Library
“It is a very special thing that children often inherit a love of something from their parents so it will be nice to see the artworks from this family combination on the walls of the Library,” said Lithgow City Council Mayor Stephen Lesslie.
Mother/daughter is the first of a number of exhibitions to be held in the Library during 2018 and there are still a few places left if local artists wish to display their work. For those artists who dabble in art and have a small number of artworks, the Library will be holding a special exhibition in October. More details on this exhibition will be available later in the year.
For more information on this exhibition or the exhibition space contact the Library on 63529100 or Lithgow.firstname.lastname@example.org
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