Acacia Grove Tasmania was established in 2000 primarily as a retail outlet for the textile art pieces of Neil and Sally Holmstrom.
Adrian Barber’s painting is largely informed by the landscape of the Wellington Park and ranges adjacent to his home.
Alyce Bailey is an emerging artist, specialising in the portrayal of hybrid human-animal forms
Artefacts Inc. is a non profit incorporated association originally established as a co-op in 1986 and run by local artists. Artefacts leases Space 012 and supports the culture and ethos of the Salamanca Arts Centre. Members are dedicated to their individual artforms. A member artist is on duty each day.
Established in 1978, Aspect Design is one of Tasmania’s original Tasmanian-Made Galleries.
AustralianPlays.org is owned and managed by the Australian Script Centre (ASC), an Australia Council Key Organisation dedicated to the selective collection, marketing and sale of Australian playscripts.
Bruny Island Cheese Co. is recognised as one of the finest artisan cheese producers in Australia.
Cassie Sullivan is best known for her moody, romantic photography and honest, immersive writing.
Deja vu Books buy and sell quality secondhand books.
Emily Arlotte is a jeweller and has her own jewellery label Emily-Eliza Arlotte Jewellery.
Emily Snadden is a contemporary Jewellery designer / manufacturer
The Festival of Voices is Tasmania’s leading winter cultural event and Australia’s premier festival celebrating the vocalist and the power of song.
Showcasing a comprehensive selection of original works from Tasmanian designers and jewellers
A celebration of the arts, Gallery Salamanca‘s mission is to support and serve artists and craftspeople by engaging the community through the sale of arts and crafts and the promotion of exhibits in Hobart.
Established in 1994, Hammer & Hand is a working Jewellery and Metal collective with the Jewellery Workshop and Gallery open 7 days a week staffed by members of the collective.
Established in 1980, Handmark Gallery has encouraged and exhibited an extraordinary range of Tasmanian arts and craft talents.
Hannah Blackmore is a painter, who has recently relocated to Tasmania from Jersey in the Channel Islands, UK
Hype TV specialise in web advertising, event documentation and general production
Inka Gallery Inc. is a non-profit artist run co-operative promoting affordable Tasmanian contemporary art in various mediums and styles.
Jacqui Renton creates jewellery which is a marriage of cool, smooth silver with the warmth and texture of timber
Julie Payne is nationally recognised artist in the fields of sculpture and drawing
Katherine Cooper is an award-winning wildlife artist
lj struthers is the clothing label of designer Leonie Struthers.
Mezethes Greek Taverna is located in the historic bluestone building of Salamanca Arts Centre in Salamanca Square.
Daughter of a seafarer, wife of a seafarer, Michaye Boulter’s intimate knowledge of land from the sea, in particular Bruny Island where she lives, gives these her works a sense of authority and authenticity
A spectacular 4-day celebration of maritime culture and craftsmanship.
Nolan Art comprises of a contemporary art gallery and a school offering private arts tuition
Off Centre is a co-operative of potters and glass-workers working from home studios around Hobart.
Peter Barraclough‘s Studio and Gallery is located on the ground floor overlooking the Courtyard
Phillip England creates unique, handmade, permanent photographs on metal using the authentic 19th century tintype process
The Phone Box Gallery contains artwork by cartoonist Jon Kudelka
Quoll Artist Gallery‘s eight Tasmanian artists produce a diversity of original contemporary fine art, photography, jewellery and ceramics for exhibition and sale.
Rebecca Murdoch is a printmaker, working in linocut and woodcut.
Rengin Guner creates jewellery influenced by the Ottoman Empire, Australia, the Bauhaus movement and Japanese minimalism
Roar Film makes content for interactive digital media, film and television.
Inspired by clean lines and elegant forms
A design studio producing seasonal jewellery collections
For your woollen needs visit the team at the Salamanca Wool Shop to be taken on your fibre journey from yarn and felt through to designer items.
Tanja von Behrens has a fascination with telling personal stories through creating wearable objects
The Tasmanian Theatre Company is a professional theatre company for all Tasmanians, producing contemporary Australian theatre focusing on telling Tasmanian stories, and promoting the work of Tasmanian artists.
The Tasmanian Writers’ Centre exists to connect, support and inspire writers around the State, and is not-for-profit.
The Australian innovator of puppetry-based visual theatre embracing new technologies, creating contemporary storytelling, and touring and collaborating nationally and internationally.
Philip Smith is a fine hand maker of superb stringed instruments and their bows
The Faerie Shop promotes the joy and magic of the faerie world to the young and the young at heart
The Maker is a showcase of timeless Tasmanian contemporary design.
The Spindle Tree has been making and promoting a huge range of natural fibres and designer garments for over 22 years.
The Voice Academy is a boutique style of singing school where every student can experience quality one on one tuition
Located in the Peacock Theatre foyer and offering coffee, tea and freshly baked treats, breakfast, lunch and wine by the glass, Monday to Saturday.
Wide Angle Tasmania supports a vibrant and growing screen culture and nurtures Tasmanian talent by running workshops, events, providing film-making equipment and mentoring.
Yolanda Zarins is a print textile designer
[spacebar gallery] leases display spaces to designer-makers and artists, showcasing local Tasmanian and interstate designers of fashion, jewellery, accessories and visual art.