It maybe, cold, wet and flu season but this doesn’t stop Lifebridge Integration fun from happening.
Saturday, 6th November 2021 saw the commencement of the group integration model (combining NDIS and Aged Care customers) on a ‘Mystery Road Trip’.
Jocelyn has, with great pride, presented her art piece ‘Dare to Sting’ to the Ray White staff who were suitable impressed and thrilled with their acquisition. The empty walls of the Ray White conference room are now adorned with a unique piece of art for all to appreciate.
Over the space of four days, the Murwillumbah Art Hub had over 800 visitors through the doors and they sold over $1,800 worth of art works! The ‘Uninhibited’ exhibition was so popular that they had to extend the opening hours over the weekend in order to keep up with demand! As always, the public totally embraced our artists’ work with many return customers from last years event.
The Murwillumbah Art Hub is busy preparing for this year’s Murwillumbah Art Trail (MAT19). Over four days from May 16th to 19th, 2019, the township of Murwillumbah will transform into a gallery for art, performance, sculpture, film and dance. The Visual Arts Group are proud to be involved in this community event and invite you to experience ‘Uninhibited’, a group exhibition from the artists of Lifebridge Australia.