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Daily Press
Photographer's wide-ranging eye for faces and landscapes on display in Hamptonat 10 shipyards in Norfolk, Portsmouth and Newport News — you'll have to visit
Daily Press / Posted an hour ago
at 10 shipyards in Norfolk, Portsmouth and Newport News — you'll have to visit the 60-odd examples at the Charles H. Taylor Arts Center in Hampton. That's also the only place where the evocative faces of his shipbuilders hang alongside examples of... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Business input sought by July 31culture and tourism Dean Hustwick hopes they will take the time by the July 31
Northumberland Today / Posted 14 hours ago
culture and tourism Dean Hustwick hopes they will take the time by the July 31 deadline to ensure their input is part of the process. This is the third round of surveys, Hustwick noted in an interview, starting with a resounding success... Read more
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The Age
Dempsey's people by John Dempsey at National Portrait GalleryDempsey's people: a folio of British street portraits from 1824-1844. By John C
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
Dempsey's people: a folio of British street portraits from 1824-1844. By John Church Dempsey. National Portrait Gallery, Until October 22. This is a very major exhibition devoted to the work of a very minor itinerant artist – John Church Dempsey... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dempsey's people by John Dempsey at National Portrait GalleryDempsey's people: a folio of British street portraits from 1824-1844. By John C
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
Dempsey's people: a folio of British street portraits from 1824-1844. By John Church Dempsey. National Portrait Gallery, Until October 22. This is a very major exhibition devoted to the work of a very minor itinerant artist – John Church Dempsey... Read more
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The Border Mail
Art or Porn: debate continues over those photosARCHITECT Zahava Elenberg was 12 when she posed for controversial artist Bill H
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
ARCHITECT Zahava Elenberg was 12 when she posed for controversial artist Bill Henson. Now, more than 20 years later, she has "absolutely no regrets". ARCHITECT Zahava Elenberg was 12 when she posed for controversial artist Bill Henson. Now, more... Read more
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Mashable
11 of the best spots in India to capture the beauty of the night (Paid Content by TECNO Mobile)descriptive story. However, we’re not all professional photographers and even
Mashable / Posted 3 days ago
descriptive story. However, we’re not all professional photographers and even fewer of us are skilled enough to master the art of low light photography — even when shooting on a phone. With so much of India requiring a night’s sky to communicate... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
What Housewife Melissa did nextReal Housewives of Sydney’s Melissa Tkautz is back in the charts and will hit t
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Real Housewives of Sydney’s Melissa Tkautz is back in the charts and will hit the big screen soon | Daily Telegraph Real Housewives of Sydney’s Melissa Tkautz is back in charts and will hit big screen soon THE very first encounter away from the... Read more
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Evening Standard
A new free exhibition shows how Michael Morpurgo writes his storiesButterfly Lion, and - of course - War Horse, will also be on show. Want an ins
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
Butterfly Lion, and - of course - War Horse, will also be on show. Want an insight into what is making the contemporary art world tick? You can’t go wrong with the Royal Academy’s annual summer exhibition, which features the world’s most... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
From the Great Wave to Starry Night, how a pigment changed the worldthe world By Hugh Davies, La Trobe University Hokusai's Great Wave off Kanaga
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
the world By Hugh Davies, La Trobe University Hokusai's Great Wave off Kanagawa remains the enduring image of Japanese art. The print depicts a giant wave with unmistakable frothing tentacles poised to smash a boat below. The boat's occupants... Read more
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The Courier
Letters to the EditorRegional galleries need support to be great cultural hubs Regional art's centr
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Regional galleries need support to be great cultural hubs Regional art's centres like Ballarat Fine Art Gallery should be given more funding and sharing power with Melbourne icons like the NGV Melbourne arts supremo Harold Mitchell, writing in the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dali's DNA samples taken in a bid to solve paternity suitSalvador Dali: DNA samples of artist's body taken in a bid to solve Maria Pilar
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Salvador Dali: DNA samples of artist's body taken in a bid to solve Maria Pilar Abel's paternity suit Photo: Forensic scientists are trying to solve a paternity claim, but it may take weeks before the results are known. (Reuters: Albert... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Celebrate Canada 150 at AGNYou don't have to know a single thing about art in order to find one, two or 30
Northumberland Today / Posted 3 days ago
You don't have to know a single thing about art in order to find one, two or 30 pieces to love in the Canada 150 show at the Art Gallery of Northumberland. There are papier-mâché sculptures. Who doesn’t remember their Grade 8 project using... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How did one of Australia's most sought-after painters fall out of frame?but it was once a mentioned alongside other great Australian painters of her ti
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
but it was once a mentioned alongside other great Australian painters of her time — Sidney Nolan, Russell Drysdale and Arthur Boyd. Maybe it is a lesson on the fickle nature of fame, or a reflection on the demands of raising a family, for some... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
You won't believe these Young Archie portraits were done by childrenon an old picture of me crying when I was around three years old". (Young Archi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
on an old picture of me crying when I was around three years old". (Young Archie 2017: Feng Lin Zhuo) Australia's next big artist may well be the kid next door. The finalists for the Art Gallery of New South Wales's (AGNSW) Young Archies... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Artists use snail mail on collaborative exhibitSTAMFORD — More often than not, working on a piece of artwork is a solitary end
Darien News-Review / Posted 3 days ago
STAMFORD — More often than not, working on a piece of artwork is a solitary endeavor. But for three artists, collaboration was the key to completing a set of landscape paintings to be shown at the Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery starting this weekend.... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Artists use snail mail on collaborative exhibitSTAMFORD — More often than not, working on a piece of artwork is a solitary end
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
STAMFORD — More often than not, working on a piece of artwork is a solitary endeavor. But for three artists, collaboration was the key to completing a set of landscape paintings to be shown at the Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery starting this weekend.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Flashback Friday | Ballarat social snaps from July, 2008Judy-Ann Quilliam (Quilliam Building) in the UofB Technology Park New and Emerg
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Judy-Ann Quilliam (Quilliam Building) in the UofB Technology Park New and Emerging Business Award . World Youth Day participants at Loreto College for art and culture exchange: Emer Connor, Debbie McColoe and Joseph Rolston from... Read more
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Evening Standard
The London art class of 2017 have been very inspired by Donald TrumpIt’s not fake news to say that London’s art class of 2017 have been inspired by
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
It’s not fake news to say that London’s art class of 2017 have been inspired by one particular figure this year: US President Students showcasing their work at the University of the Arts London’s summer shows revealed a particular interest in giving... Read more
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The Courier
Flashback Friday | Ballarat social snaps from July, 2008Judy-Ann Quilliam (Quilliam Building) in the UofB Technology Park New and Emerg
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
Judy-Ann Quilliam (Quilliam Building) in the UofB Technology Park New and Emerging Business Award . World Youth Day participants at Loreto College for art and culture exchange: Emer Connor, Debbie McColoe and Joseph Rolston from... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Africa's Leading Artists Converge in Lagos for ART X Lagos 2017The Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, will play host to Africa's most sough
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
The Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, will play host to Africa's most sought-after and emerging artists, and leading galleries at this year's edition of Art X Lagos. TP-Collective, the organiser of the fair, has announced that the second edition... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Grand opening at pop-up gallery SaturdayIn big cities, all around the world, pop-up galleries have been part of the fin
Northumberland Today / Posted 4 days ago
In big cities, all around the world, pop-up galleries have been part of the fine art fabric on the grassroots art community. Downtown Cobourg is about to get a taste of the pop-up gallery culture. The Other Door Art Shop is a true pop-up gallery... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dali's 'daughter' not worried on eve of artist's exhumationSalvador Dali: Maria Pilar Abel, who claims to be artist's daughter, not worrie
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Salvador Dali: Maria Pilar Abel, who claims to be artist's daughter, not worried on eve of exhumation A Spanish woman who claims to be the daughter of Salvador Dali said she is "very positive", the day before the surrealist painter's body is... Read more
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BC Local News
IN BRIEF: Gallery in Fort Langley celebrates Canada 150 with exhibitA juried show launched at the Fort Gallery today helps celebrate Canada's 150th
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
A juried show launched at the Fort Gallery today helps celebrate Canada's 150th birthday. The exhibition, entitled "ic(o!nic Canada, runs July 20 to Aug. 6. "National identity is formed by history and geography: cultural influences by both... Read more
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BC Local News
DeHart: Bathtub birthday by designToday, the shop is triple that size while remaining in the same location from i
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
Today, the shop is triple that size while remaining in the same location from its inception. Some of the lines that they started with and pioneered in Kelowna are still lines they actively sell—Blanco (granite and stainless steel kitchen sinks,... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
IN BRIEF: Gallery in Fort Langley celebrates Canada 150 with exhibitA juried show launched at the Fort Gallery today helps celebrate Canada’s 150th
Aldergrove Star / Posted 4 days ago
A juried show launched at the Fort Gallery today helps celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. The exhibition, entitled “ic(o!nic Canada, runs July 20 to Aug. 6. “National identity is formed by history and geography: cultural influences by both... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
DeHart: Bathtub birthday by designToday, the shop is triple that size while remaining in the same location from i
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 4 days ago
Today, the shop is triple that size while remaining in the same location from its inception. Some of the lines that they started with and pioneered in Kelowna are still lines they actively sell—Blanco (granite and stainless steel kitchen sinks,... Read more
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Evening Standard
The best things to see at Underbelly Festival this summerfamily entertainment and stuff that’s absolutely adults only - and most tickets
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
family entertainment and stuff that’s absolutely adults only - and most tickets are only £20! If you’re looking for some arts fun without having to leave your immediate vicinity, read on for what to see at Underbelly. The Jungle Book If your... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Summer holidays in Liverpool - 50 FREE things to do with the kidswill be available including family favourites Hungry Hippos, Table Football, Gu
Liverpool Echo / Posted 4 days ago
will be available including family favourites Hungry Hippos, Table Football, Guess Who and many more. An abundance of art workshops and street entertainment will be on hand for those looking to embrace their more creative sides giving... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Africa's Leading Artists Prepare for Lagos FairThe second edition of ART X Lagos annual art fair, organised by TP-Collective,
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
The second edition of ART X Lagos annual art fair, organised by TP-Collective, will hold between November 3 to November 5 at the Civic Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos. The event will host some of Africa's most sought-after artists, emerging... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Gallery conserving work of iconic artistThe Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery's collection of work by Emily Carr tripl
Sarnia Observer / Posted 5 days ago
The Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery's collection of work by Emily Carr tripled in size in 2015 with the donation of two paintings on paper by the iconic Canadian artist. The newly acquired oil paintings are being shown for the first time at the... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Community Listings (July 17)YES, WE STILL HAVE GALLERY PAGES: Do you have an art show you'd like to publici
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 7 days ago
YES, WE STILL HAVE GALLERY PAGES: Do you have an art show you'd like to publicize with a Gallery page? Please submit your galleries to dave.vachon@sunmedia.ca. Submit at least six photos of your art work (200 dpi) and a description of your show... Read more
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DW
Art for Athens: what Documenta left behind |about the free food at the colorful pavilion on Athen's Kotzia Square. The wom
DW / Posted 7 days ago
about the free food at the colorful pavilion on Athen's Kotzia Square. The woman probably doesn't know that it's really an art project by Pakistani artist Rasheed Araeen (pictured above), although that may not matter to her. Along with other people... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Art Gallery Paint-In draws another perfect day in VictoriaUnder beautiful sunny skies, the TD Art Gallery Paint-In celebrated its 30th ye
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
Under beautiful sunny skies, the TD Art Gallery Paint-In celebrated its 30th year in style Saturday, once again drawing tens of thousands of visitors to the Fairfield and Rockland neighbourhoods to experience art, music and food. More than 170... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Art Gallery Paint-In draws another perfect day in VictoriaUnder beautiful sunny skies, the TD Art Gallery Paint-In celebrated its 30th ye
Oak Bay News / Posted 7 days ago
Under beautiful sunny skies, the TD Art Gallery Paint-In celebrated its 30th year in style Saturday, once again drawing tens of thousands of visitors to the Fairfield and Rockland neighbourhoods to experience art, music and food. More than 170... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Art Gallery Paint-In draws another perfect day in VictoriaUnder beautiful sunny skies, the TD Art Gallery Paint-In celebrated its 30th ye
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
Under beautiful sunny skies, the TD Art Gallery Paint-In celebrated its 30th year in style Saturday, once again drawing tens of thousands of visitors to the Fairfield and Rockland neighbourhoods to experience art, music and food. More than 170... Read more
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Daily Mail
Amy Adams flashes legs when breeze blows frock open on Italian breakfree Amy Adams beams as she exits West Hollywood...Living the good life! Carefr
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
free Amy Adams beams as she exits West Hollywood...Living the good life! Carefree Amy Adams looks chic in... Share this article She popped a pretty cream straw hat over her strawberry blonde tresses and protected her eyes with dark glasses on... Read more
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Daily Mail
Newcastle lecturer claims Princess Eugenie was rejectedPrincess Eugenie was rejected from university but then given a place when they
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Princess Eugenie was rejected from university but then given a place when they realised who she was, claims lecturer Dr Martin Farr, a senior history lecturer, made the allegations at a convention He said many students became republicans as she... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Silo art is drawing touristsWill towns turn old grain silos into art works to get tourist dollars? Epic: C
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 days ago
Will towns turn old grain silos into art works to get tourist dollars? Epic: Coonamble's 26-metre tall water tank has been transformed into a stunning mural. Photo: John Murray Art Facebook Central West communities, including Wellington and Geurie,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian stencil artist brings joy to Syrian childrenStencils in Syria: Australian artist brings joy to children in warzone Photo:
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Stencils in Syria: Australian artist brings joy to children in warzone Photo: Luke Cornish says he wasn't so much teaching art as distracting and having fun with Syrian children. (Supplied: Luke Cornish) Australian artist Luke Cornish's plan was to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Last Tango: Concert tribute to Margaret Olley, William RobinsonChamber Orchestra and Paul Dyer of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Elena
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
Chamber Orchestra and Paul Dyer of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Elena Kats-Chernin at the William Robinson Gallery, Old Government House, Brisbane, on Friday. Photo: Tammy Law/ Fairfax Media She was very fond, too, of the composer,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Travel back in time with vintage radioLONG before we watched colour TV, many Australians listened to coloured radios.
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
LONG before we watched colour TV, many Australians listened to coloured radios. The National Gallery of Victoria is exhibiting nearly 40 of them, in a new exhibition about 1930s Australia. And on Friday, at the opening of Brave New World,... Read more
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The Age
Last Tango: Concert tribute to Margaret Olley, William RobinsonChamber Orchestra and Paul Dyer of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Elena
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
Chamber Orchestra and Paul Dyer of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Elena Kats-Chernin at the William Robinson Gallery, Old Government House, Brisbane, on Friday. Photo: Tammy Law/ Fairfax Media She was very fond, too, of the composer,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Last Tango: Concert tribute to Margaret Olley, William RobinsonChamber Orchestra and Paul Dyer of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Elena
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Chamber Orchestra and Paul Dyer of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Elena Kats-Chernin at the William Robinson Gallery, Old Government House, Brisbane, on Friday. Photo: Tammy Law/ Fairfax Media She was very fond, too, of the composer,... Read more
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International Business Times
Eadweard Muybridge: Fascinating photos taken in 1887 show animals and humans in motion Muybridge will open shortly at Beetles + Huxley in London. The exhibition will
International Business Times / Posted 12 days ago
Muybridge will open shortly at Beetles + Huxley in London. The exhibition will showcase 65 collotypes prints made by the artist in 1887, from his influential series Animal Locomotion. Each plate in the series shows the same subject in sequential... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Renewing a sense of belonging to the Illawarra’s most vulnerable'Art is a forum, a platform for social change, art can make a difference to peo
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 days ago
'Art is a forum, a platform for social change, art can make a difference to peoples lives.' BRIGHT IDEA: Richard Lee is working with the homeless and disadvantaged people on art projects, one of which will be a 'message in a bottle' type... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Renewing a sense of belonging to the Illawarra’s most vulnerable'Art is a forum, a platform for social change, art can make a difference to peo
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
'Art is a forum, a platform for social change, art can make a difference to peoples lives.' BRIGHT IDEA: Richard Lee is working with the homeless and disadvantaged people on art projects, one of which will be a 'message in a bottle' type... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Victoria’s premier Paint-In brings art to the massesThe TD Art Gallery Paint-In marks 30 years on July 15 and Esquimalt artist Linn
Oak Bay News / Posted 12 days ago
The TD Art Gallery Paint-In marks 30 years on July 15 and Esquimalt artist Linny D. Vine has been there for the last 13. “It’s just the most-loved art event of the year in Victoria and it’s so wonderful to be able to welcome (tens of thousands) of... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Victoria’s premier Paint-In brings art to the massesThe TD Art Gallery Paint-In marks 30 years on July 15 and Esquimalt artist Linn
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
The TD Art Gallery Paint-In marks 30 years on July 15 and Esquimalt artist Linny D. Vine has been there for the last 13. “It’s just the most-loved art event of the year in Victoria and it’s so wonderful to be able to welcome (tens of thousands) of... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Victoria’s premier Paint-In brings art to the massesThe TD Art Gallery Paint-In marks 30 years on July 15 and Esquimalt artist Linn
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 12 days ago
The TD Art Gallery Paint-In marks 30 years on July 15 and Esquimalt artist Linny D. Vine has been there for the last 13. “It’s just the most-loved art event of the year in Victoria and it’s so wonderful to be able to welcome (tens of thousands) of... Read more
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The Border Mail
On This Day in Ballarat | July 12Left Lawrence Gallagher, Frank Gallagher, Harry Harrison. 2002 - Front: Under-
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Left Lawrence Gallagher, Frank Gallagher, Harry Harrison. 2002 - Front: Under-16 coach Ed Zelencich, U-16 team leader Stuart Gundry, Under-14 1/2 coach Hayden Biggs. (back, left to right) U-16 team leader Benn Pigdon, U-16 team leader Joel Dean... Read more
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