The opening of Abundant Australia was held at the Object Gallery in Sydney’s Surry Hills on Friday February 6th.
February 17th, 2009
Photograhy by Joy Lai
Hero Image: Steve Pozel, Director, Object: Centre for Australian Craft and Design and The Honourable Virginia Judge MP, Minister for Fair Trading, Minister for Citizenship and Minister Assisting the Premier on the Arts
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