Program highlights from Tasmanian artists
The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers displays art works made during the French expedition to the southern continent from 1800 – 1804. Funded by emperor Napoleon and inspired by the European Enlightenments quest for knowledge and understanding through science, this impressively displayed and wide ranging show spans across TMAG’S three main Argyle exhibition galleries.
Tasmania is quick becoming a well-known destination in Hollywood, with iconic scenery and charm of our towns captivating some of the world’s best known producers. The historic town of Stanley in Tasmania's north west hosted some of the biggest names in Hollywood during the shoot of The Light Between Oceans, one of the latest films to feature our favourite island.
Deloraine is the start of the Great Western Tiers Sculpture Trail which begins with public artworks on either side of the Meander River in Deloraine, follow the artwork trail to nearby regional attractions such as Liffey Falls, Mole Creek Caves and more
Photos of MONA's Gilbert and George exhibition.
A taste (in pictures) of the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park
A glimpse (in pictures) of an exhibition of work painted en plein air by John Kelly.
A glimpse (in pictures) of The Shadows Calling exhibition by Patricia Piccinini and Peter Hennessey.
A glimpse (in pictures) of Ash Keating's exhibition Remote Nature Response.
A glimpse (in pictures) of Amanda Davies exhibition of new paintings.
Patrick Hall's survey exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
Take a glimpse inside Australia's oldest working theatre.
A collection of photographs from the Theatre of the World exhibition at the Museum of Old and New Art