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The program for the annual Clarence Valley Arts & Culture festival was released this week. This year there are more than 160 events during plunge, including cultural experiences, music, dance and theatre performances, exhibitions, launches and open studios. There is also an abundance of creative workshops with something for everyone.
The launch of the month-long plunge Arts & Culture Festival will be held at Ferry Park Gallery in Maclean on Friday 27 March and will feature the opening of the annual 8x8 small works exhibition hosted by the Lower Clarence Arts & Crafts Association. The festival will be opened by Mayor, Jim Simmons who said “after the events of 2019 there isn’t a better time to acknowledge the healing power of the creative arts.”
Copies of the festival program are available at Clarence Valley Council customer service centres, Clarence Valley libraries and galleries across the region. The program can also be viewed online at www.clarence.nsw.gov.au/plunge
Photo: Plunge Art & Culture 2020 Program cover featuring photo ‘Yuraygir Phoenix’ by Samantha Clarke from South Grafton