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INSTALLATION | SCULPTURE | MULTIMEDIA
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
2015 + 2016
LIGHTBOX PROGRAM

The Lightbox is a small exhibition space available for FREE for month long exhibitions. Perfect for installations, sculpture and multimedia, with 24 hour street level viewing from Salamanca Place.
FIND OUT MORE about how to APPLY!
DEADLINE: 31 OCTOBER 2014

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PERFORMANCE | FILM | LIVE ART | DANCE | MUSIC
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
2015 PEACOCK THEATRE PROGRAM

Imagine your LIVE Performance in the Peacock Theatre in 2015. APPLY NOW! The Peacock Theatre is a unique performance and event venue with an awesome natural rock face as its backdrop and raked seating for up to 150 people.
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DEADLINE: 31 OCTOBER 2014

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SIDESPACE GALLERY | TOP GALLERY | LIGHTBOX
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
EXPERIMENTAL ARTS in JUNE 2015HEATRE PROGRAM

In June 2015 Salamanca Arts Centre is celebrating experimental art and is calling for proposals for the following venues: Sidespace Gallery, Top Gallery and Lightbox.
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DEADLINE: 31 OCTOBER 2014

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Installation by Tristan Stowards
'REFUGE'
Kelly's Garden Curated Projects
KELLY'S GARDEN
Until 31 October

'Refuge' provides a space free from Electro-magnetic frequencies (EMF). The installation by Tristan Stowards comprises three one person tents, Momma Bear, Pappa Bear and Baby bear sized (so that each viewer can choose the one that is just right for them).
KELLY'S GARDEN: Until 31 October 2014

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Salamanca Arts Centre's 21st Century Buildings Upgrade

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The Board and staff team of Salamanca Arts Centre urgently seek your support to achieve $5.6m in funds to upgrade Salamanca Arts Centre.

How can you help?
Please contact politicians now!

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Economic, Social and Cultural Value of the Salamanca Arts Centre 2011-2012

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A ground-breaking Cost-Benefit Study, a first for the Arts in Tasmania, was launched by Professor Peter Rathjen, Vice Chancellor, University of Tasmania, on Tuesday 3 September 2013 at Salamanca Arts Centre’s Peacock Theatre. The Economic, Social and Cultural Value of the Salamanca Arts Centre 2011-12 was authored by University of Tasmania PhD candidate Paul Muller with contributing research by Neil Cameron, Lauren Jameson, Kristel Robertson and Robert Grafton.
You can download the complete report NOW!

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