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Aboriginal art is a glass act.

FAMILIES had fun when they took part in an Aboriginal glass painting session at a Middlesbrough museum.

Hundreds of youngsters and their families got involved in the Aboriginal-themed workshop at the Dorman Museum.

Sue Sedgwick, from the museum who helped to run the session, said: "The workshops this holiday have all been to complement an exhibition going on at the museum at the moment - Stories of the World.

"We had about 300 people take part which was great."

For information on other events contact the museum on 01642 813781.

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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Aug 20, 2012
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