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From Near and Far

The patriarch of Trinity’s arts world, 101-year-old Max Taylor, joined a group of eight professional artist Old boys from graduation years 1967 to 2004 at an exhibition of their work in Trinity’s @delmargallery.

The exhibition, 'From Near And Far', featured work by Greg Hyde (’67), Gary Woods (’67), Henry Lewis (’75), Randall Sinnamon (’87), Anthony Springford (’93), Andrei Davidoff (’00), Hamish Campbell (’03), and Sach Catts (’04).

A big thank you to all who attended the opening, including some very special guests who have been intrinsic to cultivating the creative arts in the school and community at large: Max Taylor AM (Founding Convener of Trinity's Society of the Arts), Andrew Prowse (Landscape Architect, Adjunct Associate Professor at James Cook University Tropical Urban Design Lab), Trinity Headmaster, Tim Bowden, and Head of Visual Arts, Nicole DeLosa and the many alumni present.

'From Near and Far' is open from now until 10 March.
The @delmargallery opening hours are Wednesday to Sunday, 12 to 5pm.

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