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Art on display.

SPECIAL paintings by Cambodian children are set to be exhibited in Newcastle for one night only.

The Cambodian Children's Painting Project (CCPP) will have a range of original paintings by almost 100 Cambodian children on display at The Biscuit Factory on Monday.

The exhibition is part of a 24-city European tour summer to raise vital money to provide ongoing educational support to hundreds of children in the Sihanoukville region of Cambodia.

Felix Brooks-Church, general manager of the CCPP, said: "The overall reaction to the exhibitions has been inspiring - it's truly a global network of people that keeps our doors open."

There will be 100 small and 20 large paintings on offer, costing between pounds 15 and pounds 150 each.

The exhibition opens to the public on Monday, July 5 from 6pm till 9pm.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jul 2, 2010
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