Friday, January 21, 2022

Slim Dusty Centre to host wild exhibition

The Macleay Valley Arts Council has compiled a stunning photographic exhibition of local native wildlife, set to open at the Slim Dusty Centre from Tuesday 18 January.

With support from the Kempsey Macleay RSL Photography Club, Macleay Valley Arts Council will set the exhibition up at the Nulla Nulla Art Gallery showcasing 116 images captured by 49 local photographers, including high school students through to professional photographers.

A display is also planned to help visitors become familiar with the names of the wildlife in the Dunghutti language.

The Wildlife of the Macleay photo exhibition will run for two months – so, be sure to check out some amazing talent and the diverse beauty of the Macleay.

For more information, head to the Macleay Valley Arts Council Facebook Page

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