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Exhibition to dig up hidden artwork in Gravesend

17:00 11 January 2013

Queen Alexandra painted by Henry Weigall in 1883   Copyright Gravesham Borough Council

Queen Alexandra painted by Henry Weigall in 1883 Copyright Gravesham Borough Council

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Volunteers are needed to help organise an art exhibition in the Blake Gallery in February.

Your Paintings will bring together art works belonging to the borough that have either been in storage or mounted in non-public areas.

The exhibition is being supported by the BBC, the Public Catalogue Foundation and a range of other partners who seek to catalogue online all of the nation’s oil paintings.

Shifts at the exhibition are from Wednesday 13 to Sunday 17 and volunteers must be over the age of 18 and live nearby.

For more information contact 01474 337442 or email artsandheritage@gravesham.gov.uk.

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