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April 2017
FREE

Cockle Creek

1 April - 30 April

An exhibition of paintings by SAC Resident Artist Hannah Blackmore, inspired by a trip to Cockle Creek in February 2017. These paintings capture the natural beauty of Tasmania’s far south. EXHIBITION DATES: Saturday 1 – Sunday 30 April 2017 10:00am – 4:00pm daily OPEN DAY + MEET THE ARTIST: Saturday 8 April 2017, 10:00am – 4:00pm Call into the Studio Gallery on Level 2 or Hannah’s studio (just off the Studio Gallery) to discuss the works in more detail and…

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FREE

Notice of Proposed Development:
77 Salamanca Place, Hobart
(Salamanca Arts Centre)

1 April - 30 April

Installation by Lucy Hawthorne. Notice of Proposed Development: 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart (Salamanca Arts Centre) is a site-specific pseudo-development proposal for Salamanca Arts Centre. Emulating the bureaucracy of local government planning regulations, the proposed redevelopment is deliberately absurd, mimicking trends in contemporary museum architecture and applying them in monumental scale to the rather modest Salamanca Arts Centre building. In doing so, the SAC building will be transformed into a cutting edge monument to rival institutions such as the Guggenheim(s), the…

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Through the window was a picture

13 April - 29 April

1. My mother was strict. We weren’t permitted to play with water, even though it was always raining. We weren’t permitted to waste toilet paper. I was wary of the consequences. 2. The second time, you asked ‘’what are you hiding under there?’’ I said ‘’a jewel’’ You didn’t laugh. In this work by emerging artist Maria Blackwell, images of memory are removed from the wall, and kept inside a plinth. The platform that usually serves to elevate work will…

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Tarkine in Motion

21 April - 1 May

Tarkine in Motion is one of Australia’s most unique environmental arts project hosted by the Bob Brown Foundation. Over 3 days in April 2016, 120 artists immersed themselves in the wild and unique landscapes of takyana/Tarkine, one of the last great wilderness areas on the planet. Inspired by takayna/Tarkine, the exhibiting artists bring you a multi-platform exhibition showcasing their interpretation of this wild place. This collaborative exhibition that will take you on a journey through threatened landscapes, to the rugged…

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forget me not

27 April - 1 May

Contrasting works of painting and botanical illustration linked through a connection to the colonial history of Tasmania. Leonie Brothers’ works are of plants introduced by the early settlers, in the hope of recreating their English homeland. This desire for a sense of home is explored in Bronwen Jones’ works which primarily depicts Georgian architecture. VENUE: Sidespace Gallery EXHIBITION DATES: Thursday 27 April – Monday 1 May 2017 OPENING TIMES: Thursday 27 April 2017, 10:00am – 4:00pm Friday 28 April 2017,…

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$35

Separation Anxiety

27 April @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Presented by Clinical Psychologist Lisa Ford, for the Resilience Co. Join other parents and educators to understand how separation anxiety presents in children. Learn ways to support a child in learning to manage separation anxiety and feel more comfortable about separation. Learn how to develop a plan to ease, reduce and overcome separation distress at school or care. Understand how to develop underlying skills and competencies for easier separation. Tea and Coffee Provided Suitable for teachers, educators and parents. TICKETS:…

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Rektango

28 April @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 5:30pm on Friday, repeating until 22 December, 2017

Rektango is a weekly event held every Friday in Salamanca Art Centre’s own enchanting Courtyard. Hemmed in by a cliff face stretching up to Battery Point, people from all walks of life gather for live music every Friday evening between 5:30pm and 7:30pm. It’s a FREE EVENT event run by the musicians themselves, with lots of dancing, catching up with old friends or meeting new ones. There’s hot mulled wine and fires in the winter, sangria in the summer, plus beers, ciders and…

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May 2017
$288.37

Transistor Film Weekly Workshops – Term 2

2 May - 27 June

Participants will learn all aspects of the filmmaking process from professional filmmakers, screen writers and actors and then apply the skills learnt to make short films and/or a short dramatic web series. During term 1 the workshops focused on screenwriting, screen directing and producing. Participants developed the outline of short films and worked together to create the outline of a web series. In term 2 participants will work together to complete scripts for the web series and film these scripts…

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FREE

Against the Dark

3 May - 31 May

A photographic exhibition exploring our collective relationship and understanding of visual symbols. Following in the tradition of psychoanalysis, Carl Jung asserted that many of his patients displayed an uncanny repetition of ideas and motifs within their thought processes. He reasoned that ever-present symbols had been passed down genetically, one generation to another, as humankind’s ‘collective unconscious’. Inspired by this observation, Against the Dark by emerging artist Rebecca Robinson brings together a thoughtfully assembled series of antique vernacular photography. Each image…

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Doing Time, Oatlands Gaol Residency

3 May - 8 May

An exhibition of paintings that explores our relationship with time and history through the buildings we inhabit, preserve or abandon. A 2017 Glover Prize finalist, the contemporary realist Henrietta Manning, has been working in the Tasmanian Southern Midlands since September 2015 through the Oatlands Gaol Artist in Residence Program.  Painted from inside historical buildings, empty interiors that are atmospheric time capsules contrast with the often vibrant very personal interiors of private homes, while long thin landscapes give a sense of…

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