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High Arts opens on Thursday night

The Peppin Heritage Centre will host the High Art exhibition opening on Thursday.

December 4, 2012 4:59am

Rosie Keech, Sophie Beehag, Lachlan Mercer and Ben Currie have their artwork featured in the exhibition.

Deniliquin High School students will present their work at the annual High Arts Exhibition from this Thursday night.

Deniliquin Council deputy mayor Ashley Hall will open the exhibition at 6.30pm at the Peppin Heritage Centre.

Exhibition organiser and art teacher Alana Parker said the exhibition would ‘‘definitely impress’’.

‘‘The exhibition will include visual arts and textile and design.

‘‘It will be completely mixed work, including animation, ceramic and much more.

‘‘Everybody is welcome, it will be a great show,’’ she said.

Finger food and refreshments will be available at Thursday’s opening, which is expected to last until 8pm.

The exhibition will be open at the Peppin Heritage Centre until December 16.

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