The University of Tasmania (UTAS)’s Painting and Printmaking Societies Exhibition will showcase the outstanding works of some of the state’s most talented artists.
Held at Salamanca Arts Centre for one week only in September, the event is titled Open Doors and aims to showcase the various talents of society members.
The name was given to highlight the collaborative and encouraging nature of the societies and their members.
All styles and genres will be exhibited, meaning visitors can enjoy an eclectic artistic experience that satisfies any specific interests – whether it be portrait, abstract, landscape or any other.
For Hobart residents it is a wonderful opportunity to support budding creative talent in their local area, while those who have travelled from other parts of the state, country or around the world might see the early offerings of a future star of the arts.
The exhibition can be seen at the Long Gallery, a large visual arts space the centre describes as having “an intimacy and warmth that is hard to beat”.
It will be open between 10:00 and 16:00 every day from September 13 to 19 and entry is free, so there is no reason not to go along and enjoy the many fine pieces on display.