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Getting into an arty headspace

headspace Art Group are exhibiting at the Bunker Gallery until May 5.
headspace Art Group are exhibiting at the Bunker Gallery until May 5.

IT'S time to reveal their talent.

The local headspace Art Group has been busy painting for the last six months in preparation for their group exhibition.

The Art Group is a diverse collective of young artists who meet on Monday afternoons, under the expert eye of accomplished Coffs Harbour artist, Jennifer England.

"The Art group is a great example of the work that headspace MNC does alongside its clinical programs," headspace MNC Executive Officer Jesse Taylor said.

The Art Group started late last year as a collaborative project with Coffs Harbour City Council, and was supported this most recent school term by the generous support of Dr. Bill and Jenni Macaulay.

"It receives great support from the local community, and also partially sustains itself through the sale of the group's own paintings," Jesse said.

The paintings of the Art Group of headspace Mid North Coast will hang in the Bunker Gallery, along with the Ginger Meggs 90th Anniversary exhibition, until May 5.

For more information on headspace MNC or to get involved with the Art Group, please contact Jesse Taylor on 02 6652 1878.



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