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NAIDOC WEEK: Bundjalung art on show

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Wayne King, Sonya Breckinridge, co-curator, and Janelle Duncan, who are three of the 13 Bundjalung artists who have contributed to the Longstanding art exhibition.

Coinciding with NAIDOC week celebrations, Longstanding will be at the Lone Goat Gallery, located at the Byron Library until August 17.

Other artists on exhibition are Bindimu, Kylie Caldwell, Kristina Davis, Tracey Duroux, Kim Healey, Arminel Nagas, Jasmin Stanford, Tim Stanford, Shaun Tucker and Jai Walker.

For more info visit www.lonegoatgallery.com.


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