Blue Mountains News
Stop All Domestic Violence Art Exhibition at Lithgow Library
“With such an array of diverse artists on display there is always something to experience at the Library,” said Mayor Stephen Lesslie. “This artist is dedicated to such a worthy cause, this art exhibition is not to be missed.”
Sue Day Banham is the founder of charity ‘Stop all Domestic Violence’ and is also a published author and illustrator. Her exhibition will include paraphernalia from her charity and artwork from her published children’s books. This eclectic mix will be on display during July in the Lithgow Library during the Library opening hours of 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 12 noon on Saturdays.
For more information on this exhibition or to enquire about exhibiting at the Library phone 6352 9100.
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