Former drummer of Trainpark and Lifecoach, gives his perspective on the Tassie music scene.
Some of the best places to catch live music in Tassie.
Tasmania’s large range of speciality timbers our state is beginning to develop a competitive advantage in contemporary furniture design.
Get the low down on the Battery Point Sculpture Trail
Guide to the must see arts and cultural destinations in Launceston, Tasmania.
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.
Ghost Variations is Robert Schumann's last work written before an unsuccessful suicide attempt.
Patrick Hall's survey exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
Exhibitions and commemorations of the centenary of world war one.
Take a glimpse inside Australia's oldest working theatre.
A guide to the art and cultural hot spots on the north-west coast of Tasmania
Guide to some of Tasmania's most fabulous art and music festivals.
A floor to ceiling installation comprising 300 000 used computer keyboard keys and a truckload of silicone adhesive.
A list of Launceston's best contemporary art galleries.
A collection of photographs from the Theatre of the World exhibition at the Museum of Old and New Art
Hit the streets of Salamanca, Sullivans Cove and Wapping and discover art galleries, public art and more.
A list of contemporary art galleries in Hobart, Tasmania.
There is so much to see and do at MONA - go for a day or stay for the weekend.
The Battery Point Sculpture trail uncovers the history of this suburb through sculpture and numbers.
Tasmania grows some of the worlds finest and sought after timber in the world. Find out where you can find the best and most beautifully designed wood pieces that you can take home.
Find out where you can get an interest-free loan to buy Tasmanian art.
Tasmania’s island location means that it has always been slightly outside of the mainstream and has beaten to the sound of its own drum. We love MONA completely, but thankfully there is also a lot more to see.