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FUSE exhibition opening date resceduled

FUSE exhibition opening date resceduled
FUSE

Mixed-Media Exhibition
16 February 2005 - 7 March 2005, 10am-4pm
(Opening night Friday 18th 6pm-8pm)
Mezzo Gallery, 1st floor, Wellington Public Library

Fuse, a collection of work from twelve Wellington based artists.

Fuse is an exciting and diverse exhibition that combines the work of twelve Wellington based artists in a fusion of narratives, materials and personalities.

This collaborative exhibition features a range of 2D and 3D art works, including collage, assemblage, textiles, photography, mixed-media and, sculpture.

Contributing Artists:
Catherine Townsend
Joanne Donaldson
Deidra Sullivan
Carla Nicolson
Brittany Johnson
Melissa Wyman
Mica Still
Sophie Saunders
Anita Weber
Frankie Rouse
Carolyn Stephens
Laurel L. Barr

ENDS

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