Talented Ipswich Artists Go On Display At Providence
Some of Ipswich region’s most inspiring artists will take centre stage at a new art exhibition taking place at the Providence South Ripley township this weekend.
The Road Less Travelled exhibition will bring together a collection of artworks created by artists with disability from CPL’s (formerly Cerebral Palsy League) Springfield, Booval and Leichhardt services.
The two-day exhibition will be officially launched on Saturday at 10.30am with a host of family-friendly activities including kids interactive craft wall, magician, handmade jewellery, crafts and ceramic market stalls.
More than 90 pieces of artwork will go on display throughout the Providence Community Centre and will be available to purchase. Selected artworks are available to view online HERE.
CPL is a profit-for-purpose organisation that provides vital support to more than 5,000 children and adults with disabilities in Queensland and Northern NSW.
WHAT: Road Less Travelled - Ipswich Art Exhibition
WHERE: Providence Community Centre, 6 Amity Way, South Ripley
When: 8.30am - 3.30pm, Saturday 30 November and Sunday 1 December, 2019
For more information call 1800 275 753 or visit cpl.org.au/ipswich-art-exhibition.