Category Archives: VISITOR REFLECTIONS

A reflection by writer Ailsa Wild

I’ve got the skylight room. When I wake in the night, I open my eyes and I’m looking up into forever. The stars are bright. I force my eyes open even though they’re sleepy-blurry, even though I want to be

A reflection by writer Ailsa Wild

I’ve got the skylight room. When I wake in the night, I open my eyes and I’m looking up into forever. The stars are bright. I force my eyes open even though they’re sleepy-blurry, even though I want to be

A reflection by Kerri McConchie

By the time I arrived at 1450 I was in real need of a break but also still very busy with preparing new works for pending exhibitions. So arrived pretty stressed, but at the end of nine days I left

A reflection by Kerri McConchie

By the time I arrived at 1450 I was in real need of a break but also still very busy with preparing new works for pending exhibitions. So arrived pretty stressed, but at the end of nine days I left

Jennifer Barrett in residence on IWD 2017

Writer Jennifer Barrett (second from left)  from Dublin undertook a seven day residency at 1450 to work on her new book. Jennifer, author of Look into the Eye and The Songbird’s Way had visited Australia but not Tasmania before. This

Jennifer Barrett in residence on IWD 2017

Writer Jennifer Barrett (second from left)  from Dublin undertook a seven day residency at 1450 to work on her new book. Jennifer, author of Look into the Eye and The Songbird’s Way had visited Australia but not Tasmania before. This

Katie Gane in residence

I arrived at 1450 with the intention of making a piece of work for the John Glover landscape prize, while allowing myself time for much needed rest and nourishment. I wanted to discover the specific nuances, and subtle, barely tangible

Katie Gane in residence

I arrived at 1450 with the intention of making a piece of work for the John Glover landscape prize, while allowing myself time for much needed rest and nourishment. I wanted to discover the specific nuances, and subtle, barely tangible

A reflection by Emily Bennett

We were lucky enough to spend the tail end of our Tasmania trip at All That We Are following the Australian Art Orchestra Creative Music Intensive in Tarraleah. This time, we took the opportunity to de-frag in the stunning, secluded location of

A reflection by Emily Bennett

We were lucky enough to spend the tail end of our Tasmania trip at All That We Are following the Australian Art Orchestra Creative Music Intensive in Tarraleah. This time, we took the opportunity to de-frag in the stunning, secluded location of

Dan Sheehan

I was very fortunate to be able to bring Infinite Ape to 1450 in January. Simon and Victoria welcomed us into their space and hosted an incredible evening of food, performance and conversation. The property itself is remarkably beautiful, and

Dan Sheehan

I was very fortunate to be able to bring Infinite Ape to 1450 in January. Simon and Victoria welcomed us into their space and hosted an incredible evening of food, performance and conversation. The property itself is remarkably beautiful, and

Sophie Gaur

I visited Victoria and Simon barely a week after they moved into their glorious new space overlooking Pipe Clay Lagoon. The spirit of the house, both as a function of place, and, as a consequence of my hosts’ incredible positive

Sophie Gaur

I visited Victoria and Simon barely a week after they moved into their glorious new space overlooking Pipe Clay Lagoon. The spirit of the house, both as a function of place, and, as a consequence of my hosts’ incredible positive