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The GG Small Artist Collider

The GG Small Artist Collider The Gg Small Artist Collider featuring: Bobby K and Colin Langridge Alicia King and Philip Sulidae Chloe Catto and Abbie Whitton Six artists working in […]

Celebrating our Landscape

Celebrating our Landscape Join us this Thursday the 7th at Handmark Hobart to open our southern ‘Celebrating our Landscape’ exhibition, alongside an exhibition of exceptional new jewellery by Janine Combes. Opening […]

Overwhelmed

Overwhelmed  Adele Laganiere “My works of art are self-expressive pieces that show the struggles I face in my everyday life as an anxious teenager. These artworks show emotions or memories […]

Contemporary Tasmanian Women Artists

Contemporary Tasmanian Women Artists Curated Group Show 6 – 30 March 2024 Despard Gallery is proud to present a special curated curated exhibition featuring seven contemporary Tasmanian practitioners. The exhibition […]

Recent Cityscapes

Recent Cityscapes Greg Ferry and George Kennedy A duo show of cityscapes expressing silent order vs jazz like improvisation. Oil painters Greg Ferry and George Kennedy present their latest cityscapes, […]

Unshackled: The True Convict Story

Unshackled: The True Convict Story Unshackled tells a new story of convict Australia drawn from recent discoveries within the UNESCO listed convict records. It highlights the shared but different experiences of the […]

Lutruwita: All Roads Lead to Home

Lutruwita: All Roads Lead to Home Nunami Sculthorpe-Green and Joshua Santospirito An interactive community installation in the Project Space, facilitated by Tasmanian Aboriginal artist Nunami Sculthorpe-Green and Joshua Santospirito, in […]

Bollywouldn’t

Bollywouldn’t TEXTAQUEEN Through portraiture, photography, mural painting and projection, Bollywouldn’t presents decolonial narratives and the reclamation of power and space by South Asian diaspora. Bollywouldn’t echoes TextaQueen’s constant intentions of […]

A Stitch In Time

A Stitch in Time An exhibition of paintings by geo artist Trish Todd Exhibition opens Friday 9th February at 5.30pm  Penny Contemporary Gallery