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Find out about Tasmania's burgeoning arts community and cultural life

Tasmania's creative community has always had an outlet for their artworks, paintings, sculpture and jewellery at Hobart's Salamanca Market, in the many harbour-side warehouses of Salamanca Place and in galleries around the state. You can ride there on an Art Bike or look them up using smART Map. The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is undergoing redevelopment and the Museum of Old and New Art, MONA, has opened at Moorilla Estate, beside the Derwent River 15 minutes from central Hobart.

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MONA

Hobart, Tasmania

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Salamanca-Market 2

Salamanca Market

Hobart, Tasmania

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Evandale-Market 3

Evandale Market

Evandale, Tasmania

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Wall-in-the-Wilderness 6

Wall in the Wilderness

Derwent Bridge, Tasmania

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Wilderness-Gallery 8

Wilderness Gallery

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania

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Furneaux-Museum-Flinders-Island 10

Furneaux Museum, Flinders Island

Emita, Flinders Island, Tasmania

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Murals-in-Sheffield 11

Murals in Sheffield

Sheffield, Tasmania

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Australian-Wood-Design-Centre 12
Franklin-Wooden-Boat-School 13
Makers-Workshop 14

Makers Workshop

Burnie, Tasmania

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smARTmap 15

SmARTmap

Hobart, Tasmania

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Art-Bikes 16

Art Bikes

Hobart, Tasmania

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MONA-FOMA 17

MONA FOMA

Hobart, Tasmania

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