28-Dec-2005 - 8-Jan-2006

DOCKWORKS

MICHAEL SCHLITZ, ELIZABETH DAY, ALICIA KING, ANTHONY JOHNSON, DEREK HART

DOCKWORKS is a CAST Gallery off-site project in partnership with Hobart City Council and Tasmanian Ports Authority. Five artists were selected to install works around the docks of Hobart as part of Hobart Summer festival.

Image: Derek Hart, Fleet, 2005. Photograph by Peter Robinson

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03-Dec-2005 - 23-Dec-2005

2005 CAST Members' Exhibition

CAST enjoys a lively input from the Tasmanian arts community with the annual Members' Exhibition. This years exhibition contains over 90 exhibitors/members whose media ranges from painting to video to the hand made and everything else in-between.

Image: Tristan Stowards, Waste oil, 2005. Photograph by Jan Dallas.

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22-Oct-2005 - 20-Nov-2005

Home Again

RICHARD SKINNER, PENNY MALONE, LISA BOYTER, PETER BATTAGLENE, TILL JULIEN, BRENDAN SHARPE, STUART HOUGHTON, HERMIE CORNELISSE, EVAN ADAMS, AXIOM

CURATOR: PETER HUGHES // Home Again is an exhibition of a range of Tasmanian craft curated by the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery’s curator of Decorative Arts, Peter Hughes. The work selected for the exhibition have two main characteristics. The first is that the use of the object, and hence the interaction of a potential user or viewer with it, has been considered from the outset. A second characteristic is that the work has not been made specifically for exhibition.

Image: Photograph by Peter Robinson

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17-Sep-2005 - 16-Oct-2005

Fellow Anthropoid

BELINDA WINKLER, PETER PRASIL, TRISTAN STOWARDS, LARESA KOSLOFF, MIRA GOJAK

Fellow Anthropoid proposes that the important point of meaning in the process of making art, the point where art happens, is not in the private studio of the artist (during the production stage of the work), but in the gallery (in the reception stage of the work). This exhibition proposes that the push-pull of communication between these points produces a flux of meaning where self-identification becomes confused, form collapses into formlessness and a split occurs in the world as we look at nothing but ourselves.

Image: Laresa Kosloff, Deep and Shallow, 2004. Phototgraph by Peter Angus Robinson

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20-Aug-2005 - 11-Sep-2005

Letitia Street Studios, December 1998 - December 2004

KIT WISE, RICHARD WASTELL, JOHN VELLA, ROD STENNARD, MICHAEL SCHLITZ, TROY RUFFLES, SALLY REES, KIM PORTLOCK, ROSEMARY O'ROURKE, ANNE MORRISON, LARISSA LINNELL, COLIN LANGRIDGE, MEG KEATING, EMILY JONES, ANTHONY JOHNSON, NEIL HADDON, KATHRYN FALUDI BALL, GERRARD DIXON, ANDREW DEWHURST, AMANDA DAVIES, SIMON CUTHBERT, SHELLEY CHICK, CELESTE CHANDLER, STEVEN CARSON, MATT CALVERT, BENJAMIN BOOTH, JANE BARLOW

CURATOR: MICHAEL EDWARDS // Letitia Street Studios, the exhibition, is a broad consideration of works by twenty-nine artists from the studio membership. Here the works are presented in spaces that reflect the rooms and corridors of a shared studio environment. Artworks produced at the Letitia Street Studios sit alongside more recent works-in-progress from elsewhere, while a number of artists with strong local exhibition profiles have used the opportunity to include new and experimental works produced outside their usual practice.

Image: Kim Portlock, 2005

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