Our 2020 season was launched in January and our season brochure is available from the paranaple arts centre, or you can download the Paranaple Subs Season 2020 E-Booklet here.


This is Us

Little Gallery

Exhibition Dates: 21 March – 19 April 2020

Opening: Thursday 19 March, 4pm

together photoshop 1

Local young people in Devonport have explored Australian cultural identity using imagery and text. The resulting artworks are made in range of media, and investigate personal symbolism and language to communicate self-identity, cultural concerns, attitudes, values and beliefs.

 Composite image: Asha Sutton-Eustace (L), Carla Egger (R)



Portrait of a Place

Tasmanian photography from the DCC permanent collection

Upper Gallery

Exhibition Dates: 29 February – 31 May 2020

Opening: Friday 28 February 2020 at 6pm

Ilona Schneider, Untitled [Spirit of the Present Age], 2015, chromajet metallic pearl print.

This exhibition features works by Tasmanian photographers, including portraiture, landscape photography and photographs of urban spaces. These works exploring the natural Tasmanian environment, the urban spaces built within this environment, and how create our own places within it. The exhibition also includes works by Tasmanian photographers whose interests and experiences have drawn them overseas, these contrasting images highlighting the uniquely Tasmanian experience of place.

Curated by Erin Wilson

Image: Ilona Schneider, Untitled [Spirit of the Present Age], 2015, chromajet metallic pearl print, DCC Permanent Collection.



North West Art Circle

Annual Community Art Exhibition & Awards 2020            

Main Gallery

21 March – 19 April 2020

Opening: Friday 20 March, 6pm

Artists in Action: Sunday 19 April 11am – 1.30pm

Daniela Selir, Reflections 4, Acrylic  Winner 2019 NWAC RGB small

 The NWAC is a group made up of about 60 members from the North West Coast of Tasmania. They share a passion for art and their goal to promote and further develop their arts practice. A series of workshops are presented alongside the exhibition as well as the popular event Artists in Action, where members demonstrate their processes and answer your questions about their practice.

Image: Winner of the 2019 NWAC Award: Daniela Selir, Reflections 4, Acrylic, 2019











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