What’s On + Opportunities
Constellations: Dream Work
Artists from the Constellations program will come together at CAT to present new work or work in development through artist talks, presentations, perforamance and public conversations alongside an exhibition of video, sculpture, drawing, jewellery and sound work. 2–4 February 2023.
Tin Camp Studios
A collaborative and communal space for sharing music, dance and storytelling, Tin Camp is an Indigenous-led project developed by Warren Mason. Touring across Lutruwita/Tasmania and NSW festivals from summer–autumn 2023.
Georgia Lucy has been selected as the next Shotgun artist. Over the next year, Georgia will be developing ideas and new work through the Shotgun 10 program for presentation at CAT in October 2023.
Priya Vunaki (Baddi Adi) is the recipient of the 2022 CAT Courtyard commission to develop a temporary artwork for the outside of the gallery. On display until 22 October 2023.
House or Home? by Miriam McGarry
Grace Gamage: Art, Boxing and the History of Spinach
A response to Listening Within the Opacities of Our Times and Places by Philip Sulidae
Tomoko Momiyama: Towards a Collective Composition
Innovative art, industry access, critical engagement, professional development.
Contemporary Art Tasmania is Tasmania’s professional level, public presentation platform dedicated to contemporary and experimental art.