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A six-week exhibition at the North Coast’s only dedicated photography gallery will be opening tomorrow night at the Fox Photo Den in South Lismore.

The exhibition, which has the theme ‘Out of the Wild’, will feature photography from Laura Gostelow, Michael Kuebler, Stephen Hocking, Sarah Hughes, William McManamey and others.

There will also be a series of lithographs and prints by Lismore artist Jeht Burgoyne.

The evening kicks off at 5.30pm and will run until 7 January, taking in Artstate, Christmas and New Years Eve, and the Tropical Fruits party periods.

The charity of the day at the opening will be the South Lismore Duck Pond Landcare group.

The gallery is located at 34 Union St, South Lismore in the old Hurfords Timber building.

 

 


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