24 April 2008
The White Rose Information and Resource Centre in New Tredegar drew in the crowds this week with an arts exhibition organised by Caerphilly county borough council's Arts Development Team.
The two-day exhibition provided entertainment for members of the public and raised the profile of services offered from the popular community facility.
The busy schedule included performances from the band Kebab Heaven, who performed rock covers, and the Nia dance group from New Tredegar and Rhymney.
There were also displays of artwork, including sculptures, oil paintings, sketches and poetry, contributed by various Inside Out art groups and community projects.
The two days were very successful and everyone who attended was asked to leave a wish on the 'wish tree', a sculpture that was constructed during the morning by Inside Out visual artist, Paul Byrne.
For more information on arts projects or workshops in your local area contact Kate Verity on 01443 864933 or e-mail email@example.com
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