Devonport Regional Gallery






Exhibition Dates: 25 January – 15 March 2020

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FEM-aFFINITY brings together female artists from Arts Project Australia and across the country whose work shares an affinity of subject and process. Curated by Dr Catherine Bell, this exhibition uncovers shared perspectives on female identity by drawing upon interdisciplinary and collaborative approaches. FEM-aFFINITY reveals how feminism materialises in distinctive and uncanny ways.

Artists: Fulli Andrinopoulos / Jane Trengove, Dorothy Berry / Jill Orr, Wendy Dawson / Helga Groves, Bronwyn Hack / Heather Shimmen, Eden Menta / Janelle Low, Cathy Staughton / Prudence Flint & Lisa Reid / Yvette Coppersmith. Curator: Associate Professor Dr. Catherine Bell, Australian Catholic University.

Image: Eden Menta & Janelle Low, Eden and the Gorge 2019, inkjet print, ed. 1/ 5, 100 x 80 cm

Courtesy of the artists; Eden Menta is represented by Arts Project Australia, Melbourne © the artists




Modern Sublime

Photographs from the Robinson Collection


Exhibition Dates: 7 December 2019 – 23 February 2020

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Traditionally, the ‘sublime’ has referred to feelings of awe inspired by nature. However, in the 20th century, the notion of the industrial sublime emerged - the feeling of awe induced by machines, technology and progress. Modern Sublime explores this idea, with focus on the Edgell factory. Devonport was once the largest processor of peas in Tasmania, this playing a vital role in the economy of North West Tasmania. This exhibition traces the journey of the humble pea from harvest, to factory and store, through images which celebrate technology, machinery and production.

Images: Bert & Albert Robinson, Gordon Edgell and Sons Pty Ltd, 1961, The Robinson Collection, R13350 and 13350.1 

These images are used with the permission of Simplot Australia.



Beyond Sight

Katrin Terton

Little Gallery

Exhibition Dates: 15 February – 15 March 2020

Opening: Friday 28 February 2020 at 6pm

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 BEYOND SIGHT is a multi-sensory exhibition in which visitors can explore the artworks through touch, sound, smell, sight and imagination.

Katrin Terton’s evocative, interactive and immersive experience contemplates inclusion of the broadest audience by making her works meaningfully accessible to people of all ages and abilities with particular regard to people with low or no vision. The exhibition challenges the prevailing paradigm of inclusion by revealing that the experience of those with impairments is both valid and rich, then including other members of the audience in that appreciation. This not only levels the playing field for participation, it also reminds the whole audience of the benefit of using all of their available senses to understand their world.

Image: Katrin Terton, Driftsongs


The Devonport Regional Gallery showcases a diverse program of exhibitions including in-house curated exhibitions, guest curated exhibitions and touring exhibitions. The Gallery collects and promotes Tasmanian art, craft and design and runs an emerging artist program to support local and statewide artists. 
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.