PALMS Australia (Sydney) To Hold Warehouse Sale
Furniture World Magazine
The volunteer placement agency, PALMS Australia is holding a warehouse sale of indigenous art at the PALMS Warehouse at 33 Tavistock Street, Croydon Park (near Burwood) on 9 July from 9-5pm.
The sale presents a unique opportunity to purchase indigenous pieces created by communities in PNG, East Timor and Aboriginal Australia. The stock has been purchased by PALMS through fair trading and includes statues, masks, ancestral spirit chairs, totem poles, penis guards, skull racks, wall hangings and is mostly priced between $20 and $100. There are also some larger than life tribal statues up to $1000 for sale.
Visit the website for details on the art stock including photos: http://www.palms.org.au/
What is PALMS?
PALMS Australia is an independent volunteer non-profit agency, based in Croydon Park Sydney which places volunteers overseas and in remote Australia to assist in the transfer of knowledge and skills to communities there. In the past, PALMS has received a portion of its income from the Australian Government’s AUSAID program, through donations from members of the public and some Catholic associations.