The Resource The printmakers : 25 June - 3 August 2011 : a group exhibition featuring the diversity of artistic approaches to printmaking and the roles of mentoring and guidance for emerging, new or established artists

The printmakers : 25 June - 3 August 2011 : a group exhibition featuring the diversity of artistic approaches to printmaking and the roles of mentoring and guidance for emerging, new or established artists

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The printmakers : 25 June - 3 August 2011 : a group exhibition featuring the diversity of artistic approaches to printmaking and the roles of mentoring and guidance for emerging, new or established artists
Title
The printmakers
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25 June - 3 August 2011 : a group exhibition featuring the diversity of artistic approaches to printmaking and the roles of mentoring and guidance for emerging, new or established artists
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Language
eng
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Wood Works Gallery (Bungendore, N.S.W.)
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  • Mackie, Glen
  • Art, Torres Strait Islander
  • Prints
  • Tremblay, Theo
Label
The printmakers : 25 June - 3 August 2011 : a group exhibition featuring the diversity of artistic approaches to printmaking and the roles of mentoring and guidance for emerging, new or established artists
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Publication
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Not for Inter Library Loan
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
1 folded card [5] p.
Other physical details
col. ill.
Label
The printmakers : 25 June - 3 August 2011 : a group exhibition featuring the diversity of artistic approaches to printmaking and the roles of mentoring and guidance for emerging, new or established artists
Publication
Note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
1 folded card [5] p.
Other physical details
col. ill.

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