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fecund: TasTAFE student and staff artwork

Summary

Academy Gallery Exhibition

Start Date

4 May 2018 5:30 pm

End Date

29 May 2018 5:00 pm

Venue

Academy Gallery, Inveresk


fecund: TasTAFE. Image credit: Photograph, Dr Malcolm Bywaters.

Exhibition opening speaker: Dr Malcom Bywaters, Academy Gallery Director
Exhibition curators: Michael Kay and TasTafe students
Exhibition opening: 5.30 to 7pm Friday 4 May
Exhibition dates: 7 May to 29 May

Fecund is the annual Tastafe - Launceston, student and staff exhibition held in the UTAS Academy Gallery. This partnership exhibition now it its 16th year, acknowledges and celebrates the spirit of cooperation between the University of Tasmania and TasTAFE – Launceston. The exhibition is open to Certificate IV and Diploma students and is presented as a professional development project with all the requirements that entails. Art works by staff are included as  a way of mentoring students through the beginnings of their career in the visual arts. For some, this is their first time exhibiting in a major gallery, showing artwork to the wider public. The fecund exhibition includes art works from all TasTAFE studios - printmaking, textiles, jewellery, painting and drawing.

*Presented in partnership with the University of Tasmania Academy Gallery & TasTAFE – Launceston.

TasTAFE Logo

Image credit: Photograph, Dr Malcolm Bywaters.


Academy Gallery
*Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
School of Creative Arts
Academy of the Arts, Inveresk, Launceston
University of Tasmania

Free Admission

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Gallery Partners

Gallery Partner Logos | Bunnings, D&W Electric & Data Suppliers, Dulux, Launceston Truck & Mini Bus Rentals, Tasmanian Alkaloids, Mount Arthur Spring Water, Philcam Art & Framing, Staples, Dr M & Mrs D Bywaters - Academy Gallery - Volunteers Club, Harvey Norman, Matson Catering, Pipers Brook Vineyard, The Examiner, Southern Cross Television, Bridestowe Lavender Estate