Devonport Regional Gallery



On Belonging(s)

Artists: Alex Davern, Liam James, Amber Koroluk-Stephenson, Jessie Pangas
Curated by Erin Wilson

3 August - 22 September 2019

Official Opening: Friday 2 August, 6pm

On Belonging(s) brings together four Tasmania artists who are exploring how we attach value to objects, and the role they play in the stories we tell about ourselves, both individually and communally. On Belonging(s) is a reflection on how we construct our identity, connect ourselves to place and engage with our possessions, both nostalgically and idealistically, as extensions of the self.


Images: Liam James, A place to hold flowers (Pair) (detail), 2019, photographic cotton weave rug. Image courtesy of the artist.
Alex Davern, Night shift, 2019, pigment print on aluminium.




Threads of Childhoods Past: Jennifer Frost & Jan Larcombe
Devonport Regional Gallery Emerging Artist Program - The Little Gallery

27 July - 1 September 2019

Official Opening: Friday 2 August, 6pm

In Threads of Childhoods Past, two artists with a shared childhood growing up in the remote area of Trowutta in the far North West coast of Tasmania in the 1950’s and early 1960’s have created art works based on their reflections of that time.

 Jan Larcombe, How may I help you, 2019, monoprint with collage  Jennifer Frost, Memories from within a post box 2, 2019, mixed media 

Left Image: Jan Larcombe, How may I help you, 2019, monoprinting and collage. Right Image: Jennifer Frost, Memories from within the post boxes 2, 2019, mixed media.





8 June - August 2019

Uncanny brings together works from the DCC Permanent Collection that have strange, mysterious and unsettling qualities. Whether through humour and hyperbole, or ambiguity and unease, these uncanny works raise more questions than they can answer.

Curated by Erin Wilson.









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 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.