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Travel by train to visit the Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre on Thursday 20 May 2021 and see three concurrent exhibitions. This is the first trip organised in over a year.

Mountain Songs is an exhibition by local artist Rebecca Rath. In creating work for her exhibition, Rath has made her way up to the mountains, allowing herself and her work to become immersed in ridges, flora, fauna and vistas of the Hunter Valley.

The works are an intuitive, personal expression of deep, emotional connection to this landscape.

A second exhibition Coast – The Edge has work by Ian Skinner, Sally Burnside and Roger Skinner.

Twofold is an exhibition of works from the Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre collection celebrating the symmetry of pairs in composition.

The free exclusive gallery viewing is organised by the Two More Trains for Singleton Group to highlight the benefits of more frequent train services to the Upper Hunter.

The exhibition is free – all you need is an Opal card to travel on the train.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

The train departs Singleton 5.34 pm on Thursday 20 May 2021 arriving at Muswellbrook Station at 6.04 pm.

The return train departs Muswellbrook 7.24 pm arriving Singleton 7.55 pm.

The train leaves earlier from Hamilton, Maitland, and other Hunter Line stations.

For more information about the train excursion see Two More Trains for Singleton on Facebook.

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