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Rockhampton Hosts Biennial Queensland Arts and Culture Conference

By David Bell

Those looking to buy real estate in Rockhampton may be interested to hear that Rockhampton will soon be hosting a significant statewide arts conference.

From August 22-23, Rockhampton's Pilbeam Theatre will be home to the biennial Queensland Regional Arts and Culture Conference, which brings together key members of the arts and culture community in regional Queensland and beyond.

The event will see over 200 arts workers coming into Rockhampton later this week for the conference, which is called Articulate.

"Having the Articulate 2013 conference here in Rockhampton will not only mean an economic boost to the region but it will also give us a chance to show off some of our local artists," said Rose Swadling, chair of the Rockhampton Regional Council's Communities Committee, in an August 20 statement.

"It's a great opportunity for Rockhampton region to show arts workers from throughout the state that you don't have to live in the south-east corner to have access to a vibrant arts community."

As well as a thriving local arts and culture scene, the Rockhampton region boasts many other features that attract numerous buyers to the area such as the nearby Capricorn Coast and striking Mount Morgan.

If you're looking to purchase real estate in Norman Gardens, North Rockhampton or elsewhere in the region, the experienced team at Ray White Rockhampton can help you find the property you're looking for.

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