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This is what I see…

Curious. Playful. Honest.


Presented by Salamanca Arts Centre as part of the Three Portraits Project

Last year, Salamanca Arts Centre presented the first chapter of Three Portraits – an ongoing project responding to the past, present and future of the Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC).

Over 2018/2019, SAC will present the second and third chapters, of present and future. SAC has been fortunate to engage select school and community groups statewide, aiming to excite our community about their role and power in creating positive futures in Tasmania.

This exhibition is a snapshot of some of the contributions from around the state. Within this space, we invite you to share your thoughts on the future.

How Can Art Change the World?

Salamanca Arts Centre would like to thank our contributors to date.
These include Burnie Regional Art GalleryThe Migrant Resource Centre TasmaniaAlbuera Street Primary SchoolPunchbowl Primary SchoolSacred Heart College and Ravenswood Heights Primary School.

Wednesday 12 – Saturday 29 September 2018
10:00am – 4:00pm daily

Access for everyone:
Contact us about access support +61 (03) 6234 8414

School Bookings:
Ainslie Macaulay –

In recognition and reflection of the deep history and culture of this island, we also wish to acknowledge the Tasmanian Aboriginal community, who are the traditional owners and continued custodians of the land and waters of lutruwita (Tasmania).

This project is proudly supported by the Tasmanian Community FundArts Tasmania and the Allport Bequest.

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This is what I see…

77 Salamanca Place, Battery Point TAS, Australia

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