ArTELIER – day one

  Thirteen Tasmanian artists gathered for the first day of the ArTELIER program. This first group of artists gathered at all that we are for the morning to get a provocation from Tim Humphrey and Madelaine Flynn, “Engagement or Participation?”,

ArTELIER – day one

  Thirteen Tasmanian artists gathered for the first day of the ArTELIER program. This first group of artists gathered at all that we are for the morning to get a provocation from Tim Humphrey and Madelaine Flynn, “Engagement or Participation?”,

Madelaine Flynn, Tim Humphrey and Live Umbrella Arts from Finland in residence

We Johanna Tuukkanen, Pekka Mäkinen, Maija Eränen, (Live Umbrella Artists from Finland) with Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey, from Australia, gathered here to consider our existential risk project amid the celebrations for the Tasmanian solstice. It has been a chance

Madelaine Flynn, Tim Humphrey and Live Umbrella Arts from Finland in residence

We Johanna Tuukkanen, Pekka Mäkinen, Maija Eränen, (Live Umbrella Artists from Finland) with Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey, from Australia, gathered here to consider our existential risk project amid the celebrations for the Tasmanian solstice. It has been a chance

Future Founders Project at Salamanca Arts Centre

Through June and July Victoria is working with Ainslie Macaulay from Salamanca Arts Centre in a creative dialogue with various community groups about their perspectives on the future through art. We’re working towards an exhibition in the Sidespace gallery at

Future Founders Project at Salamanca Arts Centre

Through June and July Victoria is working with Ainslie Macaulay from Salamanca Arts Centre in a creative dialogue with various community groups about their perspectives on the future through art. We’re working towards an exhibition in the Sidespace gallery at

Building Great Communities for Tasmania’s Children

Simon presented on a panel at this event in Campbelltown, Tasmania on 5 July 2018. This well attended event looked at  ways to work together to improve the lives of children in their early years across Tasmania. Simon presented  on

Building Great Communities for Tasmania’s Children

Simon presented on a panel at this event in Campbelltown, Tasmania on 5 July 2018. This well attended event looked at  ways to work together to improve the lives of children in their early years across Tasmania. Simon presented  on

Simon in the UK – working with the Tate Exchange program

Having been a Tate International Associate for some years, Simon’s Australia Council Community and Cultural Development Fellowship has enabled  him to initiate a new project and present to the Tate Associates at their May 2018 meeting in London. Simon’s focus

Simon in the UK – working with the Tate Exchange program

Having been a Tate International Associate for some years, Simon’s Australia Council Community and Cultural Development Fellowship has enabled  him to initiate a new project and present to the Tate Associates at their May 2018 meeting in London. Simon’s focus

Matt Laing in residence

My name is Matt, and I’m a viola player and composer from Melbourne. I’m really looking forward to being away from my every day life as a freelance violist to be able to concentrate on writing in a far removed

Matt Laing in residence

My name is Matt, and I’m a viola player and composer from Melbourne. I’m really looking forward to being away from my every day life as a freelance violist to be able to concentrate on writing in a far removed

Marit Ulvund and Stein Helge Solstad in residence

  Marit Ulvund is an Ass. Professor in theater, with an arts-based and practice-led PhD from NTNU, Norway, and QUT, Australia. She is this semester a visiting scholar at Queensland University of Technology, and works on a research monograph of

Marit Ulvund and Stein Helge Solstad in residence

  Marit Ulvund is an Ass. Professor in theater, with an arts-based and practice-led PhD from NTNU, Norway, and QUT, Australia. She is this semester a visiting scholar at Queensland University of Technology, and works on a research monograph of