George Manis and Tony Parisi bring the Open Studio Arts Trail to South Gippsland

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Supported by Regional Arts Victoria, co-ordinators of ArtsConnect South Gippsland, George Manis and Tony Parisi, are launching the first art trail in South Gippsland, Victoria, this Friday, September 22.

The trail brings together and promotes many various artists in open studios, local galleries and businesses such as cafes and wineries throughout the extensive South Gippsland region.

The trail will give visitors an opportunity to meet with a range of artists and learn more about their work and artistic processes whilst visiting their gallery spaces. 

The Open Studio Art Trail is being held on the weekends of 23 – 24 September, 30 September – 1 October, 7 – 8 October and 14 -15 October 2023. 

For more information see the brochure or follow Art Connect South Gippsland on Instagram.

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