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Transplantation: a Sense of Place and Culture

9 October 2014 - 18 January 2015

Salon Gallery

TransplantationThis exhibition of contemporary narrative jewellery explores the sense of place and cultural identity through the theme of transplantation. 

Twelve artists based in the UK and Australia have explored their own sense of place and individual cultural identity as a consequence of their personal and family experiences of transplantation.

Transplantation is a travelling exhibition developed by the University of Lincoln, assisted by the National Centre for Craft and Design and funded by Arts Council England. In Australia it is toured by Museum and Gallery Services Queensland.

Image details: Jack Cunningham The Great Barrier (Series) 2 2010 Silver, wood, shell, plastic readymades 70 x 100 x 20 mm 


Artists With Conviction - The Gallery of Time

10 - 26 October 2014

Bond Store Basement

Artists_With_Conviction_2014_webArtists With Conviction The Gallery of Time features work by Tasmania Prison Service inmates and offenders who are on probation, parole or community service orders, as well as work by staff of the Department of Justice.

Now in its fourth year, the exhibition allows inmates and Community Correction clients to develop creative self-expression through mixed media and to showcase their talents.

Staff of the Tasmania Prison Service and Community Corrections have worked closely with the artists, assisting clients in developing a sense of accomplishment and self-esteem, which are vital for a successful reintegration back into society.

Image details:
Collection of Artwork from 2013 Artists with Conviction exhibition


SHEENMACHINES the exhibition

6 - 30 November 2014

Bond Store Basement

SHEENMACHINES_web_promoIn response to the 2014 City of Hobart Art Prize themes of glass and printmaking, 60 Grade 10 students from 16 Southern Tasmanian schools have undertaken SHEENMACHINES; an intensive art program at the Tasmanian College of the Arts, University of Tasmania. 

Students were immersed in a collaborative, challenging and fun tertiary learning environment and produced an array of experimental artworks in mixed media for this exhibition, which will be on show in the Bond Store Basement at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.