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The Paving Project @ Eumundi Market

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by Debra Lidster (subscribe)
Debra, a stay-at-home mum of three, loves experiencing and sharing all that Brisbane has to offer; especially southside secrets.
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If you are heading to the Eumundi Markets, leave a lasting impression literally.
The Paving Project @ Eumundi Markets is a special public art project which involves carving unfired pavers. The pavers will then be fired and laid to form pathways within the market precinct.

Michael Ciavarella, a Sunshine Coast artist and ceramic teacher, approached Eumundi Markets after establishing similar, successful projects at Woodford Folk Festival and Cooroy.
Funded by the Sunshine Coast Regional Council's Cultural Development Grants program, participation in this project is free.

The carving workshops began on Wednesday, January 18 and will continue every market day (Wednesdays and Saturdays) until 2500 pavers have been carved.
It is fun, simple, and suitable for all ages. No experience is necessary.

For more information on the paving project or Eumundi Markets, click here.
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Why? Leave a lasting impression
When: Every market day until 2500 pavers have been carved
Where: Eumundi Markets, Sunshine Coast hinterland
Cost: Free
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All the pavers have been carved now and are ready for firing.
by Debra Lidster (score: 2|851) 2903 days ago
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