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The Seatoun Arts and Crafts club has for more than 40 years held annual exhibitions encouraging involvement in arts and crafts in the eastern suburbs. An important spin off from this is an annual prizegiving for top year 12 art students in five of the area’s secondary schools. The five students are recognised following selection by each of the heads of departments of their schools. Prizewinners are invited to display their work to a wider public at the club’s meeting and at its annual exhibition. At a recent meeting the2017 recipients of the club’s Excellence in Arts and Crafts awards presented a variety of styles in the art works

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