Community

Life-long learning at TMAG extends beyond formal learning institutions and embraces audiences through a range of programs. TMAG is committed to providing the whole Tasmanian community with access to its unique cultural and natural heritage.

Make Your Mark: Respect
Following the success of its first year this program is back with TMAG again partnering with councils to deliver artist-led workshops for youth (12-25 years), producing high-quality public art for local communities. This year the program focuses on electronic media and responds to the idea of ‘respect’.

A call for Project Proposals from Councils is currently open. Submissions are due by 9am Monday 27 April 2015.
Click these links to download the Information Sheet, Program Proposal Form and Artist Nomination Form. For more information and to discuss your project, contact our Art Education Coordinator: Rebecca.Tudor@tmag.tas.gov.au Ph: 03 6165 7066

Make Your Mark: Respect exhibition: late 2015 (dates to be confirmed soon), Bond Store Basement

Free Exhibition Talks and Tours
Guided gallery tours every Wednesday to Sunday: click here for details. 

pARTicipate
This initiative involves a lively program of artist demonstrations, talks and practical workshops held in the exhibition galleries and our studio lab.

Dates: First Sunday of every month, February to December
Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

University of the Third Age (U3A)
TMAG specialists, in conjunction with U3A, present TMAG BITES: a series of informative, engaging and energising sessions around the themes of beauty, innovation, transcience, ethics, survival. The sesssions will range across the both the art galleries and museum exhibitions.

Term 2: Hobart U3A 'TMAG BITES'
A 10-week program on Tuesdays commencing 16 June, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm. Bookings: please contact U3A Hobart.

iRemember gallery sessions
Older visitors are invited to revitalise their connection to art and culture through this gentle program, exploring memories and objects. A special program by appointment for people living with dementia and their carers.

Duration: 1.5 hours