CASP Grants help art projects in Leeton12.02.2020
Leeton Art Society has been successful is receiving two Community Art Support Program (CASP) grants for projects in 2020.
The first project is a video production called “The Penny Effect”, which was developed by artist and nephew of Penny Paniz , Mr Glenn Saddler, highlighting the influence that accomplished artist and former Art Society member, Penny Paniz, had on the development of visual arts in Leeton.
The second project is a landscape-themed exhibition that will be held in the region later in 2020. Local cultural-maker and curator, Jason Richardson will work with The Leeton Art Society’s member to collect representations of the Riverina environment for the exhibition.
“We’re delighted that our members have developed these two projects to assist in promoting and providing opportunities for local artists in Leeton,” said Leeton Art Society President Jacqui Herrmann.
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