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Wollombi Valley Arts Council
The mission of the Wollombi Valley Arts Council is to encourage and foster all kinds of artistic expression within the Wollombi Valley Communities in order to support and promote artists and our community, through grants, workshops, activities and programs with continual development and annual reviews.

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Tinkie Quinn and Vali Fuller-Quinn

Tinkie and Vali are local artists inspired by their love of nature and influenced by Native American culture. Using photography, painting, sculptures, weaving, and graphic art, their art is intended to be uplifting to the spirit and to touch and open the heart by celebrating life through love, compassion and respect for the planet and all its inhabitants. All their art works use recycled materials and resources gathered from nature.

EXHIBITION: Open weekends 10am - 4pm, from 13 February to 1 March 2015.

OPENING NIGHT: Friday 13 February 2015, from 6.30pm. Join the artists for a magical and fun evening, with a prize for the best Friday 13th outfit, plus games, musical entertainment, snacks and drinks.

Download the eflyer for this exhibition ~

Inside Art - opening Friday 3 April

Twisted Sisters
- opening Friday 24 April
Next WVAC Meeting

Sunday 8 March 2015 (following AGM)
Wollombi Cultural Centre
Other WVAC Events

Emerging Artists Award
From Friday 25 September 2015
A celebration of the immense talent our community has on offer. The Wollombi Valley Arts Council (WVAC) invites entries from all emerging artists of any age in any medium!

Thanks to the generous support from our sponsors the
2014 awards total $4,000.