The Art of Sound mixes audio and visuals in Grafton

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Grafton Regional Gallery is the first of only two in the nation to host The Art of Sound exhibition from the National Film and Sound Archive.

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Grafton Regional Gallery is the first of only two galleries in the entire country to host The Art of Sound exhibition from the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA). The proposition is to mix a ‘sound palette’ selected by the NFSA with art from the collections of the galleries, Grafton and Vasse Felix Gallery in WA’s Margaret River. The Grafton exhibition runs from January 23 to February 13, four months ahead of the Vasse Felix exhibition that starts in June.

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