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Local visual art teachers present ‘After the Bell exhibition

Posted 27 August 2010 by System Administrator (Hurstville News)

Deputy Mayor of Hurstville, Cr Con Hindi said the exhibition features more than 15 visual art teachers and classroom support staff from the St George region.

" After the Bell is an exciting new exhibition celebrating the invaluable contributions art teachers make to Australia’s evolving culture,” he said.

"The exhibition also highlights the array of talented local artists who collaboratively are presenting a range of works that define the world they live in – from an individual perspective.

Deputy Mayor Hindi said Council is committed to promoting arts education in the Hurstville community.

"The Museum and Gallery regularly presents art by individuals from a diverse cross-section of the community,” he said.

"Council is proud to provide gallery space for local artists to share their work with the Hurstville community as it encourages cultural expression.”

The official opening of After the Bell will be held on Friday, 3 September 2010 at 4.00pm. All welcome.

This free exhibition will run until Thursday, 23 September 2010.

After the Bell is generously supported by the Sydney Arts Region, an initiative that recognises the experiences of creating art and its benefits to arts education.

For more information, telephone Hurstville City Museum & Gallery on 9330 6444 or visit www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/lmg

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