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Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola on the set of 'Rosehaven'
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Behind the scenes of Rosehaven

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A tv comedy set in the small (fictional) town of Rosehaven.
A tv comedy set in the small (fictional) town of Rosehaven.
The Better Son
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Katherine Johnson’s journey from prize to publication

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Katherine Johnson's prize-winning manuscript has been released as a novel, The Better Son
Katherine Johnson's prize-winning manuscript has been released as a novel, The Better Son.
Miss McCarthy and Miss Barker
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Tasmanian gothic, faces from childhoods past

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Photographic portraits of children from the Robinson Collection 1920-1940
Photographic portraits of children from the Robinson Collection 1920-1940
Waldheim Chalet, Cradle Mountain
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Arts in Parks

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four exhibitions celebrating art + wilderness locations
A project that celebrates the 20 year partnership between Arts Tasmania and the Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service.
Surveyors
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Art + wilderness on Tassie’s Three Capes Track

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public art in Tasmanian wilderness
Tasmanian artist, Alex Miles has created five fantastic artworks to complement the Three Capes Track, a four day walk along the co…
When first I raised the tempest (detail)
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Chalk + spit = clouds

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new large scale commission of a blackboard drawing by British artist Tacita Dean
Leading British artist Tacita Dean has created a new blackboard drawing for the Tempest exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art…
Image of Pat Brassington's photo, 'Madeleines'.
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Celebrating Tasmanian women artists

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a snapshot of some of Tasmania's most talented visual artists, designers and writers.
A snapshot of some of Tasmania's most talented visual artists, designers and writers.
The Rat Palace
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Studio Tour: The Rat Palace

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pseudo cultish organisation dedicated to the accumulation of vast wealth
Take a tour of the self-proclaimed ‘pseudo cultish organisation dedicated to the accumulation of vast wealth’
Must see Hobart bands - image of Bears
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Must see Hobart Bands

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former drummer of Trainpark and Lifecoach, gives his perspective on the Tassie music scene.
Former drummer of Trainpark and Lifecoach, gives his perspective on the Tassie music scene.
2015 Premier's Literary Prizes
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2015 Premier’s Literary Prizes

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Celebrating books and writing
Celebrating the winners of the 2015 Premiers Literary Prizes in Tasmania.
Terre De Diemen: Navigation, vue de la Cote Orientale de I’lle Schouten, plate XIV from Voyage de decouvertes aux australes
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French illustrations from Nicolas Baudin’s 1800s exploration

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a joint partnership with TMAG, QVMAG and Museum of Natural History, Le Harve and other Australian museums.
An exhibition that celebrates a partnership with TMAG, QVMAG and Museum of Natural History, Le Harve and other Australian museums.
Robert Schumann
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The music of angelic hallucinations

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played by one of Australia's most inspiring young pianists.
Ghost Variations is Robert Schumann's last work written before an unsuccessful suicide attempt.
Silicone Valley public artwork
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Silicone Valley – a public artwork by John Vella

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300 000 used computer keyboard keys and a truckload of silicone adhesive.
A floor to ceiling installation comprising 300 000 used computer keyboard keys and a truckload of silicone adhesive.
Design by Ross Straker
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Best wood design and furniture in Tasmania

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Using some of the world's most beautiful timbers.
Tasmania grows some of the worlds finest and sought after timber in the world. Find out where you can find the best and most beaut…
MONA - Museum of Old and New Art
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Is there more to Tassie than MONA?

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Tasmania’s island location means that it has always been slightly outside of the mainstream and has beaten to the sound of its own…