Tasmanian Public Art

The Tasmanian Government's Art Site scheme is a state collection of contemporary art and includes work in a wide range of formats. All Tasmanian professional contemporary artists, craftspeople and furniture designers are eligible to apply.
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'The Distiller' by contemporary Tasmanian artists Mish Meijers and Tricky Walsh at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania.

'The Distiller' by contemporary Tasmanian artists Mish Meijers and Tricky Walsh at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania.

Image Credit: Tricky Walsh and Mish Meijers with The Distiller. Photograph: Julie Stoneman

Image Credit: Tricky Walsh and Mish Meijers with The Distiller. Photograph: Julie Stoneman

Public artwork, Silicone Valley. Silicone Valley – a public artwork by John Vella 300 000 used computer keyboard keys and a truckload of silicone adhesive.

Public artwork, Silicone Valley. Silicone Valley – a public artwork by John Vella 300 000 used computer keyboard keys and a truckload of silicone adhesive.

'Alleuere' created by Tasmanian artists Aden Narkowicz and Elizabeth Barnett located at Princes Wharf no. 1, Hobart, Tasmania. Tasmanian Arts Guide.

'Alleuere' created by Tasmanian artists Aden Narkowicz and Elizabeth Barnett located at Princes Wharf no. 1, Hobart, Tasmania. Tasmanian Arts Guide.

'Garland' by Wil Goodsir located at the Launceston General Hospital, Launceston, Tasmania.

'Garland' by Wil Goodsir located at the Launceston General Hospital, Launceston, Tasmania.

'Alleuere' created by Aden Narkowicz and Elizabeth Barnett located at Princes Wharf no. 1, Hobart, Tasmania.

'Alleuere' created by Aden Narkowicz and Elizabeth Barnett located at Princes Wharf no. 1, Hobart, Tasmania.

A photo of Wisp - a public art installation on glass. Jerome Dobinson and Amanda Kay collaborated with Matt Westlake last year to produce Wisp, a public art installation inside the Glenorchy Police Station for the Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme.

A photo of Wisp - a public art installation on glass. Jerome Dobinson and Amanda Kay collaborated with Matt Westlake last year to produce Wisp, a public art installation inside the Glenorchy Police Station for the Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme.

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