Artists wanted to participate in festival
A new non-profit group is seeking artists and community members to take part in Coastal Twist, a Pride festival planned for the Peninsula in October.
Coast Arts Collective founder Ms Natasha Marshall said the new body hopes to bring artists, musicians, creators and community-minded people together "to deliver socioeconomic arts events" around the Coast.
The Collective would create pop-up art installations for the festival.
She said the group wanted more members and volunteers to get the project off the ground.
"The Collective was only launched in June so right now we're still developing interest within the community.
"This project will be a great opportunity for local artists to gain some exposure at this inaugural event," Ms Marshall said.
"Right now we're very keen to hear from artists in particular, but Coast Arts Collective is for everyone.
"We welcome anyone with a passion for the arts and a desire to get involved in the community."
Further information is available on the Coast Arts Collective Facebook page.
Media release, 14 Aug 2019
Natasha Marshall, Coast Arts Collective
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