146 ArtSpace is a non-profit art gallery showcasing contemporary exhibitions by Tasmanian artists working across the spectrum of visual arts, craft, design and new media.
Situated on Elizabeth Street between Hobartís CBD and North Hobartís buzzing arts and cultural precinct, 146 ArtSpace is a highly accessible and visible gallery space, which offers artists a fantastic opportunity for exposure.
The gallery is housed at Arts Tasmaniaís headquarters in the historic old Bridges Brothers Building and presents an annual program of exhibitions that are diverse, stimulating and sometimes surprising.
With only ten exhibition places available per year, Tasmanian artists are selected through a competitive application process. Artists, designers, curators, artist-run-initiatives and arts organisations are invited to apply each year for a four week exhibition to feature in the 146 ArtSpace exhibitions program.
The primary aim of 146 ArtSpace is to support local artists by creating opportunities for them to present their art in a professional, nurturing and accessible environment.
146 ArtSpace also presents occasional artists talks and special events, ensuring there is always something engaging at 146 ArtSpace.
146 Elizabeth Street, Hobart
Gallery hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
2014 Gallery Program
Click here to view the 2013 gallery program for 146 ArtSpace.
Click here to view the 2012 gallery program for 146 ArtSpace.
Click here to view the 2011 gallery program for 146 ArtSpace.
Click here to view the 2010 gallery program for 146 ArtSpace.
Key dates for this opportunity
Applications are sought annually from artists, groups of artists, or small museums and collections to hold at exhibition and 146 ArtSpace. Details on how to apply are contained in the toolkit in the resources section below.
Opens: 4 August 2014
Closes: 19 August 2014
Notification: October 2014
Resources for this opportunity
Applications for the 146 ArtSpace program are currently closed. The toolkit for the next funding round will be available in August 2014.
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Image credit is: BESTPRACTICE John Vella 2011