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Makers’ Workshop


The Makers’ Workshop is a place that honours Burnie’s history, makers, innovators and artists. This contemporary structure, part contemporary museum, part arts centre and visitor information centre, won the Tasmanian Architectural Award in May 2010.

Try your hand at making paper or check out the latest Tasmanian exhibition in the gallery. Depending on the day, there may be one or several makers working on site, producing any number of interesting things.

Discover what makes Burnie tick from the interpretive displays or simply appreciate the stunning giant sepia images taken by Wolfgang Seivers, still recognised as one of the world’s finest industrial and architectural photographers.

First Light On South Arm From Mt Wellington
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Adrian Bradbury

Visual artists

Psychological Seascapes

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TIAF2015 Atmospheres-of-a-salient-landscape
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Drawing – Maker’s Workshop


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2 Bass Highway, Burnie

Atmospheres of a Salient Landscape - an exhibition by David Edgar
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Makers’ Workshop

2 Bass Highway, Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

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