Arts

Archibald Prize exhibition opens South East Centre for Contemporary Art, an 'incredible asset' for the Bega Valley Shire

James Parker
Updated November 21 2023 - 12:09pm, first published November 17 2023 - 4:47pm
SECCA director Iain Dawson with deputy mayor Cathy Griff and mayor Russell Fitzpatrick with the Archibald Prize-winning portrait by Julia Gutman. Picture by Ben Smyth
SECCA director Iain Dawson with deputy mayor Cathy Griff and mayor Russell Fitzpatrick with the Archibald Prize-winning portrait by Julia Gutman. Picture by Ben Smyth

Bega Valley's South East Centre for Contemporary Art had its official opening ceremony on Friday, November 17, with a number of esteemed guests experiencing the redeveloped and rejuvenated gallery for the first time.

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James Parker

James Parker

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I am a regional daily news journalist on the Far South Coast of NSW aiming to immortalise the stories of everyday people through narratives. Have you got a story? Contact me on 0437 166 441 or at james.parker@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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