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Partnershipping Project Public Program Online Event

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The Partnershipping Project Public Program – Online Event 1pm, Thursday 3 December AEDT Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82386093714?pwd=cDRZdVFTTGVMcmtLRFdqL2lwMWt3QT09 Passcode: 115783 The Partnershipping Project has returned to Burnie for the last stop on its itinerary of regional galleries in Tasmania, Queensland, NSW and South Australia. This innovative evolving project, with a different lineup of artists at each venue, addressed issues of […]

The Partnershipping Project Public Program – Online Event
1pm, Thursday 3 December AEDT

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82386093714?pwd=cDRZdVFTTGVMcmtLRFdqL2lwMWt3QT09
Passcode: 
115783

The Partnershipping Project has returned to Burnie for the last stop on its itinerary of regional galleries in Tasmania, Queensland, NSW and South Australia. This innovative evolving project, with a different lineup of artists at each venue, addressed issues of place and regionality in a globalised world.

Join curator, Pat Hoffie, artists and invited guests who will discuss the project in a live online event.

Exhibition at Burnie Regional Gallery from 30 October-12 December 2020, featuring two artists from each previous exhibition in the tour.

The Partnershipping Project, Burnie Regional Art Gallery
20 October – 12 December 2020

Selena de Carvalho, Penny Evans, David mangenner Gough, Gail Mabo, Aris Prabawa, Damien Shen & Robert Hague, Vanghoua Anthony Vue, Sera Waters

Curator: Professor Pat Hoffie
Associate Curator: Rosemary Miller

For more information about The Partnershipping Project click here.

Featured image: installation shot The Partnershipping Project, Burnie Regional Art Gallery, 2020, Photo by Rick Eaves.

Source: Tasmanian Times https://www.tasmaniantimes.com/2020/11/partnershipping-project-public-program-online-event/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=partnershipping-project-public-program-online-event

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