WOOLLY ART: A felting workshop will be held at the expo on Saturday March 31.
WOOLLY ART: A felting workshop will be held at the expo on Saturday March 31.

Hidden Art Expo next weekend

COMING up next week is an event guaranteed to bring out the artist in everyone.

It is the Gloucester Hidden Talent Art Expo.

Coordinator of the TARTS textile and art group, Barbara Hill, said the expo bought artists and photographers from the local area together to display their never-seen-before work.

"We are a small community but have so many talented people,” she said.

On display will be fine examples of painting, photography, jewellery making, quilting and fibre art.

The Hidden Talent Expo will be held on the weekend of March 31 and April 1 with the official opening at 10am on Saturday.

The cost is adults $5, children $2 and a family pass is $10.

The exhibition will include the people's choice award, a craft market and a beading and felting demonstration on Saturday.

Hamburgers, sausages, cake, tea, and coffee will be available to purchase at the weekend.

CREATIVE

WHAT: Hidden Talent Art Expo

WHERE: Gloucester Sport and Rec Clubhouse

WHEN: March 31- April 1, 9am-4pm

COST: Adults $5, children, $2


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