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Invites Financial Exhibiting Members and Life Members to submit an entry to the

134th ANNUAL MEMBERS EXHIBITION

Each member is invited to submit one (1) work for this unthemed exhibition

134th ANNUAL - Conditions of Entry

ON-LINE ENTRY FORM

PRINTABLE ENTRY FORM




 

EXHIBITIONS
Lady Franklin Gallery
Saturdays and Sundays  11 am - 4 pm
WORKSHOPS
AND
EVENTS



 


INTO THE CALM



AN EXHIBITION OF WORKS BY 


RICHARD STANLEY

OPENING FRIDAY NIGHT 3rd AUGUST, 2018 AT 6.30PM

BY
The Hon. ANDREW WILKIE MP


CONTINUING EACH SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 10AM-4PM

UNTIL SUNDAY 26TH AUGUST




           HAVE A GO AT LINO PRINTING
                               
     What     Lino Printing
     Where   Lady Franklin Gallery
     When    Friday 17th August, 9.30am -12.30pm
     Who     VICKI CHAPMAN
     Cost     $15     
                             Have A Go At Lino Printing - enrolment here                               

134th ANNUAL



Each Exhibiting member is invited to enter one work for this unthemed exhibition.

Opening on Friday 31st August
6.30 pm
Lady Franklin Gallery

by
The Lord Mayor of Hobart,

Alderman Ron Christie

Continuing each Saturday and Sunday
11am-4pm

Until Sunday 30th September


CONDITIONS OF ENTRY AND ENTRY FORMS
AVAIABLE AT TOP OF THIS PAGE










     EXPLORING PASTELS AND STILL LIFE 
WITH CLARE HOLDER



OIN OUR 3 DAY WORKSHOP WITH THIS AWARD WINNING ARTIST
MONDAY 15, UNTIL WEDNESDAY 17th October 10AM -4PM
MEMBERS $170
NON-MEMBERS  $195


Information and enrolment here

SUB TEXT -  INSPIRED BY WORDS

OPENING Friday 5th October at 6.30 pm

BY
THE HON. ROB VALENTINE MLC

Continuing each Saturday and Sunday11am - 4pm 
until Sunday 28th October


Rob has selected these words for your inspiration

”We have some truly iconic assets, both built and natural, that provide such a powerful sense of place and are of great importance to our future.  Visitors to these places, whether locals or tourists, need to have a genuine rather than ‘plastic’ experience. These places are a competitive edge that we enjoy.   They need to be treated with respect as it makes no sense to ‘kill the goose that lays the golden egg’ so to speak.  
 
Their stories and their connection with our island’s history need to be fully expressed, with well planned but careful human intervention. These special places and spaces speak for themselves, whether it be a magnificent view or something that provides an opportunity for reflection in some way.  In many cases they are the very reason people live here and that people flock here to visit.  It is a challenge to make sure they are not being loved to death, like so many other special places across the globe that have lost their soul and reason for being through over-development or disrespect. “