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Image credit Marisa Molin – King Island Cultural Centre residency 2015

Investing in Tasmania's creative economy

The Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Dr Vanessa Goodwin MLC, has announced investment of more than $400 000 in Tasmanian artists, collaborations and groups through the Artist Investment Program 2016.

Bass Strait Maritime Centre, Carved Wooden Pattern, Finlayson Foundry. Bass Strait Maritime Centre (managed by the Devonport City Council) has received investment through the 2016 Small Museums and Collections Program.

Investing in Tasmania's collections

The Minister for the Arts, Vanessa Goodwin, MLC, has announced investment totalling $38 500 through the Small Museums and Collections program.

Image credit: Left - Between
the Cracks, Yana Alana, presented as part of Spiegeltent Hobart.
Right - From
the Gardens of Shalima (detail), Jennifer Dickens. 

Tasmanian Arts Guide

The Tasmanian Arts Guide is the go-to guide for visitors and locals looking for top creative places to go and things to do in the arts across Tasmania. 

 Radical Kid

Crowbar is back in 2015!

Arts Tasmania's Crowbar program is being offered again in 2015 after its successful pilot in 2014.

Image credit: The 3rd Door, Wisp, 2014, vinyl

Policing public art

Design collective The 3rd Door and Matt Westlake recently completed the public art that features in the new Glenorchy Police Station.