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Exhibition Opening and Artist Talks – The Partnershipping Project

Event Date: Fri 06 Mar

Event Time: 6 PM - 8 PM

Event Location: Riddoch Art Gallery

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Please join us at the Riddoch Art Gallery and Main Corner Complex for the opening of:

The Partnershipping Project

The Partnershipping Project is a Burnie Regional Art Gallery exhibition toured by Contemporary Art Tasmania.

Featuring the work of: David mangenner Gough, Selena de Carvalho, Gail Mabo, Vanghoua Anthony Vue, Aris Prabawa, Penny Evans, Damien Shen, Sera Waters.

A nationally touring exhibition, The Partnershipping Project features twenty regional visual artists over two years, with local artists joining the exhibition at each tour venue. The artists’ work is installed in eight small boats and the entire exhibition travels up the east coast of Australia and back to Tasmania in a shipping container.

The exhibition centres around the question “as on-line experiences take up more time in our lives, do our relationships to place still matter?”

For this installment of the project, The Riddoch Art Gallery welcomes artists Damien Shen and Sera Waters to the exhibition.

Damien Shen will also be hosting an in-depth drawing workshop on Saturday 7 March. Click here for details.

Exhibition opening starts at 6pm, with wine supplied by our hospitality partner, Caroline Hills Winery.

RSVPs not required but are encouraged for catering purposes. Please call (08) 8721 2563 if you would like to attend. We look forward to seeing you!

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