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New exhibition includes recent work by Archibald and Sulman Prize winners 2017

A new exhibition titled Grounded: Contemporary Australian Art features the work of artists Mitch Cairns, Karla Dickens, Newell Harry, Jumaadi, James Nguyen, Addison Marshall, Joan Ross and Justine Varga who have all studied at the National Art School. The exhibition is on display, free of charge, at NAS Gallery from 18 August until 14 October 2017. Curated by Judith Blackall Grounded is presented across both floors of the NAS Gallery.
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