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Local art groups support and inspire

Art is expressive, therapeutic, political and historical as shown here in Gloria Liang’s painting of medical personnel during last year’s Covid lockdown.

Local art groups continue to offer support and inspiration to participants. South Sydney Uniting Church’s Saturday Art Workshops are held twice monthly, on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays from 12-4pm. Contact Carolyne for Zoom details – artclass@ssh.com.au/.

Poets Corner Art Group looks forward to meeting again soon. If you would like details on the Poets Corner Art Group or would like to join Counterpoint Community Services’ online hangout via Zoom (three days per week) please call Elle on 9698 9569.

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