Postcard Art 2017

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An exhibition and auction of 162 exclusive pieces of postcard-sized art work. Please visit the exhibition, on display at Summerhall, from Friday 23rd June until Friday 14th July.

These original pieces have been donated by a variety of well-kent and up-and-coming artists and will be sold to raise money for the Rock Trust, helping support some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in our society.
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