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Buzz builds (again) for cartoon show – opening December 1!

The hotly anticipated SSH Cartoon Show, postponed for months due to stay-at-home health orders, has been rescheduled and will open on Wednesday December 1, from 5pm. Don’t miss it!

Curator Catherine Skipper’s selection of artworks spans more than a decade of political cartoons by norrie mAy-welby – colourful, insightful, witty and wise.

Artworks are available for viewing on Instagram @orchardgalleryau, and exhibition items (including original drawings, prints, t-shirts, aprons and ceramic mugs) can be purchased via the online order form:

Local musician Svetlana will perform at the opening.

All proceeds in support of the Orchard Gallery and SSH.

SSH Cartoon Show
December 1, 5pm
The Orchard Gallery

56a Raglan St Waterloo


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