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The Hope Street art project is coming back to the Riverland with a building in Berri set to be transformed through art.

The project will see Adelaide based mural artist Sarah Boese work with locals to create art work on a Vaughan Terrace building.

Locals are invited to have their say on the style of the project via an on-line survey.

A community meeting on the project will be held at the Berri town hall Wednesday next week.

More on the project can be found at berribarmera.sa.gov.au  

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