Communications & Media

University takes part in biennial island festival

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The University of Tasmania is again taking part in one of Tasmania’s largest cultural festivals.

As part of this year’s Ten Days on the Island program, the University’s College of Arts and Law is hosting a number of events and exhibitions across the State including:

Remanence (curated by and featuring artwork of numerous staff from TCOTA) - www.utas.edu.au/tasmanian-college-arts/events/art-hobart/2017/march/remanence-ten-days-on-the-island/_nocache

Jane Elizabeth (curated by Noel Frankham and featuring artwork from TCotA staff) - www.utas.edu.au/tasmanian-college-arts/events/art-hobart/2017/march/jane-elizabeth-ten-days-on-the-island/_nocache

The Art of Community Engagement (Hobart) - www.utas.edu.au/tasmanian-college-arts/events/art-hobart/2017/march/the-art-of-community-engagement-ten-days-on-the-island/_nocache

The Art of Community Engagement (Launceston) - www.utas.edu.au/tasmanian-college-arts/events/art-theatre-launceston/2017/march/the-art-of-community-engagement-ten-days-on-the-island

Backscatter - www.cradle-coast.utas.edu.au/whats-new/events/backscatter-the-voyage-of-the-investigator

The Art of Community Engagement (Cradle Coast) - www.cradle-coast.utas.edu.au/whats-new/events/the-art-of-community-engagement

Image: Neil Haddon, The First Time (Castra), 2014, enamel paint and clear coat on aluminium. Courtesy of the artist, Bett Gallery and This Is No Fantasy.

Published on: 17 Mar 2017 11:17am