Now in its 39th year, TASART is a major event on the arts calendar in NW Tasmania and is arguably among the oldest and most prestigious annual community art exhibitions in Tasmania.
Vinegar disease strikes one million! This fantastic collection of photographic negatives was given to the BRM; preserving the collection for the future!
Display of historical photos, maps and information on the streets of Burnie from Burnie LINC's collection.
Burnie Coastal Art Group host High Tea and discuss the winning entries; a highlight of the Mancell Financial Group 2017 TASART Exhibition.
North-West artist Con Rhee unveils his new, site-specific silk installations and photographs. Immerse yourself in this multi-sensory experience and take a dose of the Environment Potion!
Lots to see including show favourites; side show alley, animal nursery and livestock competitions. There is a Show Ambassador competition and displays by the Veteran's Car Club and Burnie Men's Shed.
Celebrating 50 years with an open day. Everyone is invited to see their rock, mineral and jewellery displays as well as polishing, faceting and silver smithing demonstrations.
The exhibition showcases the winners and runners-upfrom each section of this years’ Burnie Youth Council Art Challenge.
Featuring magnificent orchid displays, potting demonstrations and advice, floral art display and sales of plants and posies.
Exhibition of paintings by local artist Eleanor Austin, entitled 'Moving Conversations' will be opened by Mohan Matthews from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra.
Official Opening of the Burnie Shines Feature Artist Exhibition by Dr Karen Hall, Tasmanian College of the Arts, Inveresk Site Coordinator, Course Coordinator Bachelor of Contemporary Arts with University of Tasmania.
Hear artist Eleanor Austin and Curator, Sean Kelly, discuss Austin's new body of work presented in the exhibition "Moving Conversations".
Exhibition of paintings exploring facets of human interactions based on Eleanor's keen observations of people.
Everything starts with a dream, just ask the six emerging artists from NW Tas who are currently studying fine arts and contemporary arts at UTAS, who've come together in this exhibition of recent works.
Challenging individuals and teams from local schools and colleges to create life size garments from any paper products.
An annual series of exhibitions by local high schools and colleges that are exhibited in the Gallery’s Foyer Space. Parklands High: 27 Oct—19 Nov