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KELLY'S GARDEN CURATED PROJECTS
'Mr Peacock's Garden'
Julie Payne
21 March - 26 April

Kelly’s Garden Curated Projects #17. Presented by Salamanca Arts Centre. Installation by Julie Payne. KELLY'S GARDEN: Friday 21 March – Friday 26 April 2014.

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SIDESPACE GALLERY
'From the Side'
Duncan Meerding
18 - 29 April, 2014

When we walk into a room the things we see, from the side, often create the ambience and mood more than anything else. This exhibition will showcase work by Duncan Meerding which is influenced by a different sensory experience.
SIDESPACE GALLERY: 18 - 29 April, 2014 10:30 - 4:00pm Daily
OFFICIAL OPENING: THURSDAY 17th April @5:30pm

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'Degradation and Reflection'
TOP GALLERY
Mandy Schoene-Salter
On show until 30 April

Degradation & Reflection is a photographic reconstruction by Mandy Schoene-Salter of decaying buildings and materials: the roof of a burned down house, fallen down foliage and an abandoned old bus. These fragments of decay are captured in the process of deterioration, and they appear frozen in time. Never again will these objects appear as they were at the moment of capture; never again will they hold such potential. After the photographs were taken, the items were left behind. New constructions are made from these temporal image fragments.
TOP GALLERY: Friday 3 – Monday 30 April 2014.

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'Immersion'
STUDIO GALLERY
Philip Murrell
On show until 30 April

An exhibition of works that explore the interaction between light and water by SAC Studio Artist Philip Murrell.
STUDIO GALLERY: 4 - 30 April 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.

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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.
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