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'Soliloquies from forgotten dreams'
by Emily Blom
TOP GALLERY
3 - 30 November

Emerging artist Emily Blom explores the fragmented memories of dreams, in the transition between sleep and wakefulness. Sleep, so often depicted as restful and calm, is paradoxically a time when our imagination is at its most vibrant and intense.
TOP GALLERY: 3 - 30 November 2014.

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OPENING FRI 21 NOV
'ORIGENES (Origin)'
by Cristina Palacios
Kelly's Garden Curated Project #20
KELLY'S GARDEN
21 November - 4 January

Kelly's Garden Curated Project #20. Installation by Cristina Palacios investigating the idea of the circle as a symbol of the ‘feminine’, the ‘God-Mother’ or ‘Matrix’ from which all other revolves/evolves.
KELLY'S GARDEN: 21 November - 4 January
OFFICIAL OPENING: Friday 21 November 2014 @ 5:30pm

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Lighting & Furniture Design
'IN FORM'
LONG GALLERY
22 November - 2 December

This exhibition aims to not only emphasise the importance of good design(ers) over the novelty of rare materials, but also to help promote and develop the perceived value of Tasmanian Eucalyptus.
LONG GALLERY: 22 November - 2 December 2014
OFFICIAL OPENING: Friday 21 November 2014 @ 5:30pm

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Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR
presented by the Musical Theatre Crew
PEACOCK THEATRE
21 - 30 November

Journey “under the sea” with Ariel and her aquatic friends in Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr., adapted especially for a young audience from Disney’s Broadway production. Performed by the Musical Theatre Crew’s junior ensemble.
PEACOCK THEATRE: 21- 30 November 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.
You can download the complete report NOW!

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