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Our 2019 season was launched in January and our season brochure is available from the paranaple arts centre, or you can download the 2019 paranaple Season E-Booklet here.

Exhibition Opening Night

Please join us at the Devonport Regional Gallery for a special Exhibition Opening Night


RACT Insurance Tasmanian Portrait Prize

Opening: Friday 22 November, 6pm


23 November 2019 – 19 January 2020

The prize, which started in 2008, is open to artists 30 years old and under, across many disciplines, with past award recipients working in mixed media, print, photography, painting, video and drawing. The objective of the award is to foster the development of emerging Tasmanian artists and provide an opportunity for the public to appreciate their talents. As well as an opportunity to exhibit their works in a professional exhibition in a state-wide tour, the award offers a monetary incentive to assist the artist in their endeavors. For more details on the prize and voting in the People’s Choice awards visit


GALLERY TALKS & OPENINGS @ DRG  | Spring - Summer 2019

Join us for the official openings of our new exhibitions and hear firsthand from the artists and curators behind these exhibitions.


Here at the Earth's End

7 September – 24 November 2019

Program: Twilight Tour with Curator Erin Wilson

Join us for a tour of the exhibition Here at the Earth's End with Curator Erin Wilson.

Date: Thursday 7 November
Time: 5.30 - 7pm 
Location: Upper Gallery

This is a free event. No RSVP required.

Matthew Newton, Moonbird boy 3, 2009 (from the series Moonbird boy),

Image: Matthew Newton, Moonbird boy 3, 2009 (from the series Moonbird boy), digital print. Image courtesy of the artist.


June 2019

The Swap across the Strait exhibition is now on display at Gallery Sunshine Everywhere (26 May – 22 June), featuring artworks by students of Sunshine College, Mother of God School and the Create and Make art classes of the Devonport Regional Gallery. The artworks are about what it’s like to live in Melbourne or Tasmania, and they also respond to questions and answers which have been sent backwards and forwards across the Strait.

All of the artworks will be travelling across the Bass Strait to Tasmania later in the year to be displayed at the Devonport Regional Gallery.


Below: An Echidna and a Tasmanian Devil travel to Melbourne on the Spirit of Tasmania to participate in the exhibition, and some of the artwork on display in Gallery Sunshine Everywhere.

critters on chairs  gallery sunshine everywhere 




Our New Creative Space

We are very excited to present the new Creative Space in the Gallery which will always host activities for gallery visitors. The room will be used for all our gallery workshops and be an ever-evolving celebration of art-making by our community.


welcome to the creative space








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