Events, Talks and Tours

TMAG is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm until 24 December 2021. Read more about upcoming events at the museum below, and please also continue to visit our TMAG From Home page to go on some exciting virtual tours, hear more from our curators and find out what happens behind the scenes.



The TMAG Art Guides are back hosting their popular pARTicipate sessions each month. Join Deb and Liz, both experienced arts practitioners and volunteer art guides at TMAG, for an afternoon of art making. In this workshop you will look at everyday objects to create an alternative still life composition using drawing, stencils and a variety of other mark making techniques.

Date: Sunday 7 November 2021
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm 
Tickets: $10, all materials provided
Suitable for ages 14+



Talks at TMAG

Free tours for small groups are available on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, and run for approximately 40 minutes.

Tour times are subject to change and availability and can be checked by phoning (03) 6165 7000. For guided tours for clubs, tourist groups or other organisations please click here.

TMAG Art Tour
11:00 am
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

Join the TMAG Art Guides for a tour of our current art exhibitions.

TMAG Highlights Tour
1:30 pm

Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

Join the TMAG guides for a highlights tour of the treasures of the Central and Henry Hunter galleries and the historic Commissariat Complex and the Bond Store exhibitions.


Talks at TMAG

The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is proud to host an ongoing series of free evening and lunchtime talks and lectures to enhance your intellectual life, spark your curiosity and enliven your mind. These are presented on-site at TMAG by a range of leading organisations.

The Talks at TMAG program is currently on hold. Please stay tuned for details about future talks.


For further information about TMAG events, follow our social media accounts on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

For more great arts experiences in and around Hobart, visit the Tasmanian Arts Guide.