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Faces Find A Crowd
by Julian Lehnert

The launch of an art exhibition by seven-year-old “pint-sized Picasso” Lucinda Dumont in Mount Perry last Saturday was a resounding success, according to the art gallery’s president. ‘Faces’, an exhibition of vibrant portraits by the Bundaberg artist at the Mount Perry Arts Group’s Shelley Kelly Gallery, enjoyed a glowing reception at its official opening on Saturday, 4 March.
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Young Artist's Work on Display
Featured in Burnett Today

She has been dubbed a “pint-sized Picasso”, compared to Andy Warhol, and was the youngest-ever recipient of a Regional Arts Development Fund Grant.


Seven Year Old Lucinda opens art exhibition

Featured in Bundaberg Now

Click on the link to see the story from Bundaberg Now about Lucinda Dumont's first exhibition 'Faces.'


Channel 7 Story on Lucinda Dumont

Lucinda Dumont was featured by Channel 7 for being the youngest ever recipient of an RADF grant.


Mini-Entrepreneurs to Run Bundaberg Homeschooler Artisan Market

Mini-entrepreneurs from the Bundaberg Region are about to earn some extra pocket money with the first Homeschooler Artisan Market.

The niche market so far has about 10 stalls, stocking a variety of arts, craft and project ideas, that were all thought up by the Bundaberg Homeschoolers group members.

Five-year-old Lucinda Dumont and her mum Lauren Corvino came up with Homeschooler Artisan Market idea after Lucinda kept asking questions about making and saving money.

“Lucinda loves making craft, and we came up with the idea after she kept asking about how much items cost when we were at the shops, and she wanted to know how to make money,” Lauren said.

Lucinda in the News: News
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