52 weeks of art announced for Blayney

Mark Logan
Updated December 9 2020 - 10:08am, first published 6:00am
SUCCESS: Texture of One's Penny May says that the funding received from FRRR will help establish the PLATFORM arts facility. Photo: Mark Logan.
SUCCESS: Texture of One's Penny May says that the funding received from FRRR will help establish the PLATFORM arts facility. Photo: Mark Logan.

For the president of Textures of One Penny May, the announcement that the group has received $47,820 to fund 52 weeks of creativity is a dream come true, and one that she feels has fulfilled the late Loretta Kervin's vision for PLATFORM as well.

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Mark Logan

Mark Logan

Journalist

Started working in newspapers in the 1990's in the darkroom of the Pastoral Times in Deniliquin before moving to Millthorpe in 2003. Soon after arriving I started as a photographer at the CWD. Now a journalist at the Blayney Chronicle.

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