Art Galleries in Tasmania… which one to choose? Recently I spoke with Anne, the owner of Bowerbank Mill, a bed and breakfast property at Deloraine. She told me about the Fine Art & Craft Gallery she operates as part of her heritage B&B, and how busy she expects to be over the period coinciding with the Tasmanian Craft Fair.

Tasmanian Art Galleries: Ceramics at Rosny
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Tasmanian Art Galleries: Ceramics at Rosny Farm

Art Galleries: North

The Tasmanian Craft Fair is held in Deloraine during October each year and attracts over 200 exhibitors. It is claimed by the organisers (the Rotary Club of Tasmania) to be the largest working craft display in Australia. Largest or not, all profits raised go to community projects and it’s a fantastic boost to the tourist numbers in the north of Tasmania.

We’re looking forward to visiting the Tasmanian Craft Fair and will obviously report back via Think Tasmania on our findings.

Art Galleries: South

In the meantime, check out some of the art galleries in the greater Hobart region

Temporary Art Galleries: at the Masonic Temple, Hobart
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Art Galleries: Masonic Temple, Hobart

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