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Inaugural Kingscliff Public School Art Show. Photo supplied

A great night was had by all at the inaugural art show for Kingscliff Primary last Friday. 

All the students submitted work to the exhibition alongside art by local Bundjalung artist Steven Bekue.

The event ‘raised thousands of dollars that will go towards playground and sporting equipment to support the students through the new school build,’ said Kingscliff P&C co President Asha Lambert Patel.

Inaugural Kingscliff Public School Art Show. Photo supplied

‘Thank you to all of our families, teachers and the community who came down to the Art Show Friday night to celebrate our wonderfully creative children.  It was a pleasure to see so many parents, children and the broader community supporting our school. Most of the artworks were pre-sold and we can’t wait to offer this great event to our community again next year,’ Kingscliff P&C co Angela Watson said. 

Inaugural Kingscliff Public School Art Show. Photo supplied

‘The Art Show was a wonderful way to reconnect with our community after a couple of difficult years and what better place to do so than at our local community hall surrounded by beautiful artworks.

‘There was such excitement on the night, the children enjoyed showing off their marvellous artworks to everyone and cannot wait to do it all again next year!’

‘Thank you to all of our families, teachers and the community who came down to the Art Show Friday night to celebrate our wonderfully creative children. It was a pleasure to see so many parents, children and the broader community supporting our school.’


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