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28 August 2000 at 12:08 pm
Staff Reporter
The biennial Festival of Contemporary Arts is still looking for organisations and artists to contribute to the 5th Festival in Canberra in 2001. The Gorman House Arts Centre that will house the festival says it…

Staff Reporter | 28 August 2000 at 12:08 pm


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Community Contributions to Arts Festival
28 August 2000 at 12:08 pm

The biennial Festival of Contemporary Arts is still looking for organisations and artists to contribute to the 5th Festival in Canberra in 2001.

The Gorman House Arts Centre that will house the festival says it will include work across all art forms. The theme is ‘Post Momentum – the just beyond’ and will run from September 27 to October 14, 2001

Register your interest with a brief description of your project ASAP on 02 6249 7377 or log on to www.gormanhouse.org.au.



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