Image: Installation shot of The Partnershipping Project exhibition at Burnie Regional Gallery showing works by David mangenner Gough (foreground) and Selena de Carvalho (background). Photo by Rick Eaves 2018.

10-Nov-2018 - 13-Dec-2020

The Partnershipping Project

Selena De Carvalho, Karla Dickens, Ritchie Ares Dona, Rob Douma, Penny Evans, Lisa Garland, David mangenner Gough, Jamin, Joan Kelly, Greg Lehman, Greg Leong, Anne Lord, Gail Mabo, Aris Prabawa, Brian Robinson, Obery Sambo, Damien Shen, Hiromi Tango, Vanghoua Anthony Vue, Sera Waters

 

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The Partnershipping Project (TPP) was conceived as a regional project linking Regional Artists, Regional Galleries, Regional Audiences and asks ‘Does Place Matter?'

20 new installation works by 20 outstanding regional artists link and challenge diverse Australian communities across four regions (TAS, QLD, NSW, SA) through an ambitious partnered exhibition and touring project that builds audiences using a collaborative, interactive curatorial and touring framework.mArtists work together discursively with lead curator Pat Hoffie, approaching the project as a series of iterations that explore the effects of ‘globalised’ thinking and the impact on changing relationships to place.

 

CURATOR
Professor Pat Hoffie
 
ASSOCIATE CURATOR
Rosemary Miller
 
ARTISTS

Selena De Carvalho, Karla Dickens, Ritchie Ares Dona, Rob Douma, Penny Evans, Lisa Garland, David mangenner Gough, Jamin, Joan Kelly, Greg Lehman, Greg Leong, Anne Lord, Gail Mabo, Aris Prabawa, Brian Robinson, Obery Sambo, Damien Shen, Hiromi Tango, Vanghoua Anthony Vue, Sera Waters

 
PARTNER GALLERIES
Burnie Regional Art Gallery (Burnie, TAS), Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts (Townsville, QLD), Lismore Regional Gallery (Lismore, NSW), and Riddoch Art Gallery (Mt Gambier, SA).
 
TOUR ITINERARY 
Burnie Regional Art Gallery
 
10/11/2018 -
16/12/2018
Umbrella Studios Townsville
 
17/05/2019 -
23/06/2019
Lismore Regional Art Gallery
 
07/12/2019 -
02/02/2020
Riddoch Art Gallery
  06/03/2020
23/05/2020
Burnie Regional Art Gallery
 
23/10/2020 -
13/12/2020

 

Click here to read Seán Kelly's review of the show on Artlink. 



 

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