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Art to be exhibited in the Kingscliff Public School Art Show. Photo supplied

Tweed art enthusiasts take note, the Kingscliff Public School Art Show is coming to the Kingscliff Community Hall on Friday 18 November, from 5.30-7.30pm.

Preparing for the Kingscliff Public School Art Show. Photo supplied

The show this year is a partnership between the P&C, students and class teachers.

The art show is being held as an exhibition, and every student from kindergarten to Year 6 will have an artwork displayed. These will then be offered for pre-sale (via the Qkr! App) or on the evening of the show.

All artworks are priced at $10. The event is a fundraiser, with all money going back to the Kingscliff School and students. Donations to the P&C are welcome!

Preparing for the Kingscliff Public School Art Show. Photo supplied

There will be also artworks for sale by local Bundjalung artist Steven Bekue, along with at least one large scale collective artwork, produced by a class. These will be put to a silent auction with the winner announced at 7pm on the night.

P&C Co-President Asha Lambert Patel told The Echo, ‘All the kids have worked so hard on their pieces. They are just buzzing with excitement!’

Co-President Angela Watson said the art show was both a fundraising and community event. ‘This is a wonderful opportunity to bring the school and broader community together and to celebrate the children,’ she said.

‘We are encouraging everyone to bring a picnic and spend time with the Kingscliff Primary School Community.’

Art to be exhibited in the Kingscliff Public School Art Show. Photo supplied

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