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Desert meets Docklands

31 Aug 2009

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Docklands residents Kevin and Jenny Winward and their sons (pictured) hosted a special art exhibition at their World Trade Centre-based gallery last month.

On August 12, the family launched Utopia: Colours of Country - an exhibition of paintings from the Eastern Desert Community of Utopia, 230km northeast of Alice Springs.

A percentage of sales from the exhibition will be donated to the Women of Melbourne (Melbourne Football Club) inaugural Indigenous Scholarship. 

At the launch guests included Women of Melbourne Director Karen Hayes, Melbourne players Aaron Davey, Neville Jetta, Matt Whelan, Jamie Bennell, Liam Jarrah, Ausie Wonaeamirri, Bridget McIntyre and WTC owners Clement Lee with wife Betty.

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