Swimmable! Reading the River

The Swimmable! Reading the River workshop held with stakeholders in April 2013 was made possible through Australia Council Creative Partnerships seed funding, which supports the development of arts and non-arts partnerships to enable future projects. The workshop brought together a wide range of potential partners across science, community, education, industry and the arts, local to the area. … Swimmable! Reading the River Read More »

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New Super Graphic

Margaret Corrigan’s (nee Oates) beautiful black and white image (above) is now 7 metres wide and 3 metres high at the new Grove Pavilion at GASP. A young Margaret Corrigan (nee Oates) took this photo using her mother’s camera on a hot summer day on February 2nd, 1958. The girls are sitting on the jetty at the … New Super Graphic Read More »

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James Newitt – ‘My Secession Party’

Tasmanian artist James Newitt seceded as a personal project to a self-made island off the edge of Montrose Bay for 2 weeks during October 2011. James’ project ‘My Secession Party’ curated by David Cross was part of the Iteration:Again exhibition and attracted a lot of attention from park regulars.

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Tacos and Tamales

Need another reason to visit GASP! and experience the Susan Philipsz art work this weekend? If you’ve ever been to Mexico, this is going to take you right back there! Gabriel Laborico, an LA native now calling Tassie home since 2011, started Olli-Bella because he grew up with this food and ‘missed the spices and … Tacos and Tamales Read More »

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