BRAG volunteer Veanne Treasure flags the upcoming Sunday Art Market.
BRAG volunteer Veanne Treasure flags the upcoming Sunday Art Market. Mike Knott

Sunday market to pull big crowd

THIS Sunday’s market is set to be bursting at the seams, with local arts and crafts filling the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) to the brim.

This year’s event will feature more than 50 stalls, as well as food, beverages, children’s activities and other entertainment.

Works will span across a range of artistic disciplines including paintings, jewellery, woodwork, leadlighting, pottery, portraits, doll crafts, floral art, dancewear, soy/wax candles, quilling, textiles, silk hangings, quilting and knitted items.

BRAG marketing officer Chloe Camilleri said the Sunday Art Market provided a unique opportunity for the community to experience a wide range of local talent that they may not be aware existed.

The event will also feature art and craft demonstrations throughout the day, so visitors to the event can see the artistic talent and craftsmanship that goes into creating some of the many unique pieces up for grabs at the market.

The art market will be held between 10am and 3pm on Sunday at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery.



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