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Royal Park Art Gallery: we’ve changed

The reinterpretation of the QVMAG’s collection at Royal Park reflects our histories, identities and stories in a fresh and contemporary context.

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The reinterpretation of the QVMAG’s collection at Royal Park reflects our histories, identities and stories in a fresh and contemporary context.

Welcoming back familiar favourites, Australian icons and hidden gems from the QVMAG stores, as well as major commissions by leading Australian contemporary artists, this exhibition explores the many facets of our communities and our origins in Northern Tasmania.

Focussing on local Aboriginal cultures, colonial history and modern diversity, this exhibition encourages us to contemplate the ever-changing cultural landscape and our sense of belonging within it.

Artists
Image of Raymond Arnold's painting, 'Dominating the Enemy, 5am Queenstown RSL'.
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Raymond Arnold

Visual artists

A printmaker and painter of international reputation, influenced by the rugged, compelling beauty of Tasmania's west coast
Drawing by Tom o'Hern
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Tom O’Hern

Visual artists

Street murals, works on paper, painting, animation and photography combine in Tom's creative practice.
oil on glass
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Mish Meijers

Visual artists

‪Level 1 /65 Murray Street‬, Hobart

Flashe and acrylic paint on canvas on
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Tricky Walsh

Visual artists

architecture, painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, sound, film, comics, radio
collagraph lino print, 16 x 22cm
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Melissa Smith

Visual artists

award winning printmaker whose work is in many private and public collections

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Royal Park Art Gallery: we’ve changed

Queen Victoria Art Gallery
2 Wellington Street, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

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