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The 2012 Redevelopment of Despard Gallery enabled one of the most hospitable Gallery owners in Hobart to continue to champion up and coming and well established artists in lovely surroundings.. keep and eye out for the next opening!

7 March 2018 Penny Burnett

2012 Optomeyes Art Exhibition
See the work of well-known and emerging Tasmanian artists, collaborating in support of the Hobart City Mission. Proceeds from all artworks sold go directly towards work of the Hobart City Mission „°≤ing for those in need throughout the wider Hobart community since 1852. Key Artists: Regular and long term participants include Roger Murphy, Max Angus, Joan Humble, Richard Bacon, Terrence Gough, Tom Samek and more.
Thursday 4th October until Sunday 7th October 2012
10am - 3pm
Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre



Despard Gallery
15 Castray Esplanade
Hobart  Tasmania  Australia  7000

ph +61 3 62238266
fax +61 3 62236496
 inka gallery inc. presents

an exhibition of 80 small canvases by inka members & invited guests
               A Blank Canvas

Thurs 22nd December 2011 - Wed 11th January 2012 (Opening Thursday 22nd December at 5.30pm)

inka gallery
at: 16/77 Salamanca Place
Salamanca Arcade (under The Long Gallery)
Ph 6223 3663 Open 7 days 10am - 5pm


The Exhibition is one of the Hobart City Mission's major fundraising events and all proceeds go directly towards the Mission's range of community support programs. This year, we have 61 participating artists and over 270 artworks, including pieces from artists such as Max Angus, Tom Samek and Richard Bacon. The 2011 Exhibition will be held in Long Gallery and is open to the public 7 - 9th October 2011 by gold coin donation.

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