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Caloundra’s art of happiness

Experiencing the art of happiness is as close as your next visit to Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast.

As part of the Sunshine Coast Art Prize, Caloundra is hosting Art in the Park from 8am to 1pm, on Sunday 4 October 2009. The event in Felicity Park links the prestigious Sunshine Coast Art Prize exhibition at Caloundra Regional Gallery with the popular Bulcock Street markets with over 100 stalls.

Nourish your soul and tantalize your mind with this opportunity to combine a visit to the gallery with browsing among the original Australian art and craft displayed at Art in the Park.

The Sunshine Coast Art Prize exhibition features the 39 finalists and the winning piece Law by Maleny artist Peter Hudson. The free exhibition is open 10-4pm at 22 Omrah Ave, Caloundra.

For all the latest information about the prize visit www.scap.org.au. For great deals on accommodation visit www.caloundratourism.com.au or phone 1800 700 899 to speak to a friendly local.

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