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February 2018

Tarkine in Motion 2018

16 February - 27 February

Presented by the Bob Brown Foundation The Bob Brown Foundation is campaigning for 450 000 hectares of takayna / Tarkine declared a National Park and World Heritage Area. In April 2017 more than 100 artists ventured for 72 hours into the Tarkine – these are their inspired creations. 120 artists immersed into takayna / Tarkine, one of the last wild places on Earth, for 72 hours in April 2017. An expression of place that is ancient, wild and threatened. Drawings,…

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FREE EVENT

Papyro

23 February - 6 March

Papyro is a collective of four artists based in Hobart, brought together by serendipity but now fused together by their shared learning experience and love of paper. Papyro comes from a Latin word meaning in or on paper. Featuring works by: Miranda Rogers Eun Ju Cho Audrey Durbridge Sara Pane This collective of artists are primarily printmakers and drawers, but are also sculptors, writers, historians, scientists and environmentalists. The themes they work under can differ widely but their love of experimenting…

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March 2018
FREE EVENT

Lost in Tasmania

1 March - 31 March

Paintings inspired by the Tasmanian Landscape Lost in Tasmania is a collection of paintings by SAC Resident Artist Hannah Blackmore inspired by a recent trip around Tasmania. “As an English artist living and working in Tasmania, I find the landscape never ceases to inspire me. In this exhibition you will find some well-known places as well as some not so well-known places. I love the effect of mist on the landscape and many places I visited were partially hidden under…

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Idoll

2 March - 28 March

Idoll, by emerging artist Edith Perrenot, is a visual and sound installation questioning the importance of representation and creation of our own meaningful world and values. Using cultural archetypes, Idoll depicts new Idols who interrogate notion of ritual, sense of self, adoration, culture and femininity. “Adore it, Adore it, I doll is The Beginning and The End. I doll is The Full and The Emptiness. I doll is The Total and The Chaos of this reality. I doll is The…

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You, The Meta, The Physic, Me and Charon too.

2 March - 15 April

~ (…) Between the table and the emptiness there is a line which is the table and the emptiness where the poem can just progress (…) – Roberto Juarroz, Vertical poetry I, poem XII You, The Meta, The Physic, Me and Charon too. is an exhibition by emerging artist Edith Perrenot combining installation, sculpture and painting. Colorful, visual and diverse this exhibition is a passage proposition, an attempt at a brief capture of a fundamental motion. Here, Life is contained in a…

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FREE EVENT

Remote Lands

8 March - 13 March

Drawings by Raymond Dean, from his recent journeys through the world´s harsh and remote regions. This exhibition of selected drawings by Raymond Dean are of journeys through some of the world´s harsh and remote environments and landscapes on the margins of human habitation, and were done between 2006 and 2016 while traveling alone through remote parts of Asia, Europe, Morocco and South America. These include the regions of high mountains and deserts of Central Asia, Tibet, and Morocco, far northern latitudes…

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FREE EVENT

Where is my Village : 
Breastfeeding Portraits

9 March - 20 March

Ever wonder what has happened to the ‘Village’? Have you ever felt isolated or alone, even if for a moment. Lets celebrate motherhood and breastfeeding in the community. Olivia Brown has photographed 100 Women breastfeeding their baby / babies and documented their individual journeys. Each photograph will be exhibited in the Long Gallery and has also been compiled into a book available to purchase. Olivia is donating OVER $3,000 to the Australian Breast Cancer Research. EXHIBITION DATES: Friday 9 –…

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FREE EVENT

Carbon Landscapes

16 March - 26 March

Carbon drawings of emotive Tasmanian landscapes This collection of landscape drawings is Martin Rek’s first solo exhibition and his introduction to Hobart as an emerging Tasmanian artist. “For me, drawing is the purest form of expression where focus can be given to subtleties of light, texture and tone without distraction of colour” – Martin Rek Originally from the Czech Republic, Martin now calls Tasmania home and has found inspiration amongst the rugged and evocative Tasmanian wilderness. Martin often thinks of…

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FREE EVENT

S K Y P E S C A P E

28 March - 26 April

Presented by RMIT and Salamanca Arts Centre. “I am delighted to be a participant in S K Y P E S C A P E, a progressive and exciting project that delves into key concerns of my current practice – relationships, line, form and expression. Drawings mediated through a digital platform are laced with the nuances of ‘virtual space’. The contemplation of this space will expand how I think about my own practice” – H. Zeinert (2018) The S K Y P E…

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The Kingdom Retrospective

29 March - 10 April

This solo exhibition by Phyllis Fiotakis presents a collection of linocut prints spanning the last twenty years, selected from the body of work created in response to time spent in Saudi Arabia. These prints explore the connection between identity, culture and place, with each piece describing the artists relationship to these ideas as it has evolved from early experiences defined by the foreign and unfamiliar, to developing a personal connection with a previously strange place. The earliest of these prints…

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