Locals are invited to meet artist Jenny McCracken and Zest Events manager, Andi Mether, for discussion of the Water Tower Museum Mural project on Tuesday.
The Meet the Artist evening has been organised by Gunnedah and District Historical Society and will be held on Tuesday in the private dining room at The Gunnedah at 6.30pm.
Those attending will be encouraged to enjoy a meal while they watch the visual presentation and join the informal discussion following the presentation.
Ms McCracken and Ms Mether have worked on a large number of public art projects in many parts of Australia and overseas and bring a wealth of experience to the subject. They will provide a brief audio-visual display depicting some of their work to show the range of their projects.
"There will no requirement for bookings so local residents interested in this project and the promotion of future such projects are invited to just turn up and enjoy the evening," historical society president Bob Leister said.
"By doing so, you will help us give a warm welcome to the team that is providing a significant Vietnam Veterans Memorial for Gunnedah and yet another tourist attraction for our community - both outstanding outcomes.
"We look forward to a good roll-up on the evening and those attending won't be disappointed as they are not only outstanding artists but excellent talkers."