10 Dec - 29 Jan
08 Sep - 08 Oct
Luke John Campbell and Second Echo Ensemble artist in residence and gallery activation
28 Aug - 09 Oct
Corpus Tempus: Evaluating the use of art, cultural and medical artefacts to support public health
01 Oct - 03 Oct
Sound Klub - October school holiday workshops for early sound art experimenters with Matt Warren
08 Sep - 08 Sep
Plimsoll Gallery public program - Curator 'In Conversation' with artists Ian Burns, Jacob Leary, Tricky Walsh and Bill Hart.
The Plimsoll Gallery acknowledge the palawa/pakana people upon whose lands the University of Tasmania stands.
The Plimsoll Gallery is located on Hobart's historic waterfront, a short walk from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), Salamanca Place and the city centre. The Plimsoll showcases touring and curated exhibitions of innovative local, national and international contemporary art and design, in addition to the work of the School of Creative Arts and Media, Research Higher Degree and Honours examinations. students.
The Plimsoll Gallery is the University’s showcase gallery and one of the key not-for-profit contemporary art venues in Hobart’s cultural precinct and in Tasmania. The gallery’s mission is to position Tasmanian contemporary art and design within the broader national and international context, auspice aligned discourse and activate community engagement.
School of Creative Arts
University of Tasmania
Hunter Street, Hobart, Tasmania
Enter from Hunter St > Follow the path between Entrepôt Gallery> School of Creative Arts courtyard. The Plimsoll Gallery is to the right of the large sculptures, to the left of the foot of stairs.
Gallery hours (during exhibitions)
11am – 4pm Tuesdays – Saturdays, closed Sundays, Mondays and public holidays