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Happy Independence PNG. To continue the celebrations next weekend the 11th Luk Save Art Show will present
180+ artworks; drawings, paintings, sculpture and pottery from over 50 artists from around the country.
Don’t miss out – tickets are available from Art Stret Gallery for the Opening Night Cocktail Party. This is your exclusive opportunity to purchase from the leading collection of contemporary Papua New Guinea art.
K220 each includes limited wine, bia, soft drinks, food and of course, the much sort after Collection Book.
If you are unable to come Saturday, the Exhibition will be open 9-4pm Sunday, 22nd free of charge to the public.
You can follow previews of the art at; https://www.facebook.com/LukSaveArtShow?ref=hl
Amanda Adams |
16 September 2013 at 08:38 PM
Reminds me of national history proper:
Ted Diro, Sir John Guise, Micheal T Somare, Julius Chan, Iambaki Okuk, Barry Holloway, Boyamo Sali, John Momis, Tony Vauters, Ebia Olewale, Josephine Abaija, Rose and Jean Kekedo, Magaret Taylor, Paulius Matane, paul Lapun, Peter Lus, Nahau Rooney, Tore Lokoko, Stephen Tago, Giri Yaru, Mathew Bendumb, Pama Anio, Utula Samana, Malcom Fraser, Prince Charles, Prince Philip and the young Queen Elizabeth II, Paramana Strangers, Whagi Hellcats, Elvis Pressley, The Beatles, Abba,Boney M,George Baker Selection, Eagles, the Carpenters, Slim Dusty, the Seekers, and many more, and the neatness of it all - the clean, healthy, wealthy, fun and wisdom of those times.
We were babies on this day in 1975. This is precious (and the rest about then, can only be felt).
Steve W Labuan |
16 September 2013 at 01:28 PM
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