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Community Art Exhibition The Fruits of Labour

Community Art Exhibition
The Fruits of Labour: Celebrating 100 years of Irrigation Research and the CSIRO

Artists are invited to contribute to this Community Exhibition, highlighting the legacy of the CSIRO in Griffith. The Australian Citrus Research Station was established in Griffith in 1924, and later became part of the CSIR and then the CSIRO in 1949, focussing on Irrigation and Water Research. This exhibition will showcase CSIRO memorabilia and artworks depicting its importance to the community. (Please contact Gallery for details on how to be involved).

Opening Event
6pm Friday 20 September

Join us for the opening of The Fruits of Labour, explore the exhibition and enjoy light refreshments with complimentary bubbles from Dee Vine Estate.

Exhibition Details

Opening Event: 6pm Friday 20 September
Closes: Sunday 3 November
 
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization Griffith, NSW c1979
 


Opening Hours

Saturday & Sunday: 11am - 2pm  
Wednesday - Friday: 10am - 5pm  
Closed: Monday & Tuesday  

Please note: the Gallery is closed between exhibitions for changeover. Please check our exhibition dates or call the Gallery on 6962 8338 for more information.

 

 


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