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Artsenta Presents.... Up An Octave

For Immediate Release May 2013


Artsenta Presents.... Up An Octave

Artsenta presents... UP AN OCTAVE , a community display of art and musical paraphernalia, at the Dunedin Community Gallery, 6 – 10 May.

Featuring displays of re-imagined album covers and art made from vinyl records and cassette tapes, and a return of the highly popular art exchange, where members of the public have the opportunity to create a CD sized art work to exchange for one on display.

There will be informal performances along with the chance to try our conventional and unconventional instruments.

Timed to coincide with NZ Music Month, UP AN OCTAVE, is on for 5 days only.

Monday 6 – Friday 10, May.
Dunedin Community Gallery, 26 Princes St.
9am – 4.30pm


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