50th Anniversary of Winston Churchill Fellowships in Tasmania
8 - 25 October 2015
Bond Store Basement
2015 marks fifty years since the death of British wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, and the establishment of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust.
The Trust was formed with the objective of perpetuating and honouring Sir Winston's memory by awarding Churchill Fellowships, allowing talented and deserving Australians to travel overseas to conduct research in their chosen field.
This exhibition celebrates the efforts of 191 Tasmanian Churchill Fellows who have travelled the world since 1965 in pursuit of excellence in their field for the enrichment of Australian society.
18 December 2015 – 22 May 2016
Argyle Galleries 1-3
An interactive family exhibition celebrating the wonderful world of patterns, Pattern Play presents Jemima Wyman: Pattern Bandits, a Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Touring Exhibition.
The transformative and immersive qualities of camouflage, kaleidoscopes and other patterns are explored in this visually spectacular and hands-on exhibition that encourages young and old alike to engage and interact with pattern and pattern making as a form of self-expression and identity.
Pattern Play also incorporates Patterns in Nature, an exhibition drawing on TMAG's own rich collections to highlight the many spectacular patterns that occur in the natural world. Spots and stripes, spirals and speckles, natural number patterns and patterns of behaviour are all elements that can form the patterns we see every day.
Patterns in Nature uses items from TMAG's much-loved science collections and interactive elements to engage visitors with the patterns that occur in nature, with particular reference to Tasmanian plants and animals.