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Ellie creating art for her show this Friday. Photo supplied

Tomorrow night participants at REDinc in Mullumbimby will be putting on their ‘one night only’ Art Expo that is open to the public from 6-8pm at 22 Tincogan Street, Mullumbimby.

Andrew will be exhibiting his work at the REDinc art show 6-8pm this Friday. Photo supplied

REDinc was established in 1991 by a group of parents of school leavers with disabilities and is run as a not-for-profit community organisation with centres in Mullumbimby, Lismore and Casino. 

‘Come and see the exciting works we have created in the REDinc Mullumbimby art shed,’ encouraged coordinator Cheryl Bailey. 

The Art Expo that is open to the public from 6-8pm at 22 Tincogan Street, Mullumbimby. Image supplied

‘All artworks are created by our talented REDinc Mullumbim by community and it will be available for purchase. The art is affordable for all and the pieces make fantastic Christmas gifts.’

Money from sold artworks is split between the artists and supporting the art program. 

Drinks and nibbles will be available. So come along this Friday, 24 November and meet the artists, pick up original works and support your local community. 

Work by Saffron Shand. Photo supplied


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