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Expired Event - Semicolon Charity Exhibition - 2 Jun 2018

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Semicolon Charity Exhibition

When:
Every day until Sun 03 Jun 2018
Time:
11am - 3pm
Details:
The semicolon has become a symbol for suicide awareness and mental health.

Natasha Simon has painted 30 paintings with a semicolon ; most paintings are 60cm x 80cm with a reserved price of $100 each.
Half the proceeds going to SAP (Suicide Awareness Project).

An author uses a semicolon in a sentence where they could have ended it; but decided to keep going. The semicolon signifies "My Story Isn't Over".

Come along, buy a painting and help provide funds and awareness for mental health and suicide prevention.
Location:
The Gardners Inn,
255 Great Western Hwy
Blackheath
Contact:
Ela Simon on
  0431 545 777

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