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Camouflage – Hidden Treasures

Camouflage – Hidden Treasures

When: Wednesday 25th February – 18th March 2004

Where: ROAR! gallery 22 Vivian Street, Wellington.

Contact: Melissa Young Phone 385 7602 ROAR! gallery exposes emerging artists to the Wellington public. Come and hunt out these new artists – that have been hiding their talents underground, and shielding their creative endeavours from the public eye.

We need your help. Can we trusted you? Can we enlist your support? Can we join forces on this mission?

ROAR! gallery wants you! To help expose these artists to the Wellington public. Witness this event and then inform your associations and allies about this Code Red episode.

The artworks command and deserve a hearing and viewing. Let them make a mark in your world, buy a piece of their work and relocate it into your command post.

Let the force guild you and your allies to 22 Vivian Street Wellington.

Please Note: There is a time restriction all communications and sightings must be completed between 8th - 25th April 2004.

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