It’s a shame this won’t happen anymore. [On the one …

Comment on Adelaide’s Indigenous gallery out of the starting blocks by James T Smerk.

It’s a shame this won’t happen anymore.
[On the one hand] the government may say we can have this gallery which might bring millions into the local economy, put the Alice on the radar of many who might not have normally thought to come here, possibly [be part] future deals on airfares when Qantas takes an interest in being a promoter of the gallery, and local ongoing employment would show signs of the Alice is still a growing town for investment opportunities for interstate people.
OR you can sook about the location and it will never happen and you can sit on your little oval and asbestos building and watch the town burn.
Maybe the outcome might have been different. Good work people who were against it because they thought in some way their memories would be taken from them.

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