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Lismore Regional Gallery hosts two intriguing events

Tonight (Thursday, November 22), at the Lismore Regional Gallery, Peggy Popart interviews Mullumbimby-based artist Kate Maurice, whose current exhibition, Memento Mori is on display.

Peggy's usual modus operandi is in teaching kids about art, but tonight she applies her insights and interrogative techniques to gently discussing Kate's works, which examine the relationship between the masculine and feminine and how these are manifested in our relationships and in ourselves.

That's at the Lismore Regional Gallery, 131 Molesworth Street, from 5.30-6.30pm. Free.

Sunday, November 25 sees more action at the Lismore Regional Gallery, with an acoustic concert featuring two distinctive musical styles melding live in your ears.

Tunji Beier is a percussionist steeped in African rhythms and instruments, while Cye Wood is a violin solist. Each artist will perform a solo set and guest on each other's compositions and improvisations.

That's from 1pm, for $10.


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