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Australian Walking Artists Online Gathering

This is the second online gathering of the fledgling Australian Walking Artists group.
Those who attend are invited to share about a Walking Art project they have done/performed/made and a Walking Artwork that someone else has done that inspires them in their walks and art practices. Sharing time will depend on the number of attendees at the meeting.

Topic: Australian Walking Artists
Time: Oct 17, 2023 06:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83531166039?pwd=qIa34zwhFog9NV50ipkzMyaTygY6Cy.1

Meeting ID: 835 3116 6039
Passcode: 790370

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Australian Walking Artists

Molly Wagner
Kim V. Goldsmith
Amy Tsilemanis
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