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A FULL house was treated to a spec­tac­u­lar vis­ual arts dis­play at the Wear­able Art Man­durah Show­case at Man­durah Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre on Satur­day night.

Lo­cal artists took out a swag of awards, with Ber­tram artist Jacq Chorl­ton tak­ing the main award – Wear­able Art Man­durah Artist of the Year – for Sky and Wa­ter 111 and Golden Bay’s Deb Hiller won the Me­tal­lic cat­e­gory with Me­tal Maiden.

Suzette Darcey, from Waikiki, won the creative re­use award with La­cusCurtivs.

Man­durah Mayor Rhys Wil­liam, who pre­sented the main award, said the event was more than a com­pe­ti­tion, it was also about build­ing com­mu­nity ca­pac­ity through work­shops, events and school arts projects.

Suzette Darcey, from Waikiki, won the creative use award with La­cusCurtivs.

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