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ROAR! Gallery Celebratory Opening Group Show

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WHAT: ROAR! gallery CELEBRATORY OPENING
Group Show

“(Oh Baby I…) Like it ROAR!

WHERE: ROAR! gallery First Floor, 55 Abel Smith Street, WELLINGTON

WHEN: Exhibition Preview-Wednesday 23rd November 2005
Duration of the exhibition: 24th November – 24th December 2005


The November group exhibition will be held as a celebration of the new site for ROAR! gallery…and Christmas (of course!).

ROAR! gallery has moved from 22 Vivian Street to:
First Floor, 55 Abel Smith Street.
Pablos Art Studio has also moved and is now at First Floor, 250 Cuba Street.


“(Oh Baby I…) Like it ROAR!” will showcase new and exciting work from Pablos Art Studio artists and also emerging and well known artists within the region.

If you liked to ROAR! with us before you will love to ROAR! with us now at our fantastic new site in Abel Smith Street. Come and support Outsider Art with us!


ENDS

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