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OP­POR­TU­NI­TIES: Heath Mackay, Shane Keen, Clint Searston and An­thony Ed­wards PIN­NA­CLES Gallery started as a place where es­tab­lished artists would hang their work and has now turned into a home for emerg­ing and con­tem­po­rary artists to show their work.

The gallery cel­e­brated its 15th birth­day this week and the party con­tin­ues to­day with a pro­gram of free ac­tiv­i­ties.

O p e r a t i o n s s u p e r v i s o r An­thony Ed­wards said there had been a change in fo­cus for the gallery over the past 15 years.

‘‘ We now run a pro­gram which en­gages with peo­ple and ex­poses them to con­tem­po­rary art and prac­tice,’’ he said.

Kick­ing off this af­ter­noon’s ac­tiv­i­ties is Run Col­lec­tive Watch in their el­e­ment paint­ing a mu­ral on the wall at headspace from 4pm.

At 6pm a sten­cil-your-own­can­vas pro­gram for free un­der the guid­ance of Run Col­lec­tive will op­er­ate, while Exit Through The Gift Shop will screen from 7pm.

Kate Martin and Heath Mackay sing from 8pm.

Pin­na­cles is at River­way.

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