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Tasmanian Aboriginal Artist Allan Mansell shares stories of his life as an Aboriginal person, his connection to the place, and his genetic memory for the past through his artwork and storytelling. During a live demonstration at the Henry Jones Art Hotel, Allan will talk about the journey that led him to become a printmaker and walk guests through his sustainable, clean form of printmaking.

Allan has created an exclusive print for this experience, his representation of nipaluna (Hobart) before and after. Available only to visitors who join Allan on this experience, Before and After will be offered for purchase. An ideal lifelong memory of your connection to Tasmanian art and history during your stay with us.

Huon Valley Art Trail 

The Huon Valley Art Trail runs annually, featuring various artists and makers throughout the Huon Valley. Artists and makers will open their studio doors to share their unique creations, produced with passion, heart and flair. Start the Crabtree trail and go through Lucaston, Ranelagh, Huonville, Petcheys Bay, Cygnet, Glen Huon, Franklin, Geeveston, Waterloo and Dover. On the trail, you’ll find sculpture, woodwork, photography, painting, print-making, drawing, mixed media, public art, furniture, instruments, jewellery, ceramics, metalwork, textiles, and more.

Dates for 2024 are yet to be announced; however, watch their socials for updates!

Battery Point Sculpture Trail 

Step back in time on the Battery Point Sculpture Trail. Start from Salamanca’s impressive Georgian sandstone warehouses and follow the trail along the waterfront to the picturesque Hobart suburb of Battery Point.

GASP! Glenorchy Arts and Sculpture Park

A 10-minute drive north of Hobart’s CBD. This dynamic project showcases temporary and permanent art focusing on working with the environment.

Art of Western Wilds

Take a break on a Western Wilds road trip to see three stunning installations, each inspired by a story from the region. The 1300 convex mirrors in Forest Specular reflect on the activists who campaigned to stop the damming of the Franklin River. See Bitumen Bones at the foot of the Sentinel Range and prepare for the confronting image of The Extinction Story, an artwork depicting the trapping of a Tasmanian tiger.

Art Farm Birchs Bay

Explore art in the landscape on the 2km trail. There’s an eclectic mix of installations inspired by the environment – birds, whales, flowers and fruit – and plenty of sculpted seats along the way.

Sheffield – Town of Murals

Welcome to Sheffield, the town of murals. This small town in the foothills of Mount Roland in the north-west features more than 140 murals depicting the region’s history, including the mysterious Tasmanian tiger and pioneers from the past, such as Cradle Mountain champion Gustav Weindorfer.

Sculpture Trail – Great Western Tiers

The Great Western Tiers Sculpture Trail is a series of sculptures in and around Deloraine, Northern Tasmania. Deloraine is a 30-minute drive west of Launceston (48 km) and a 40-minute drive southeast of Devonport (51 km). Follow the Sculpture Trail through the streets of Deloraine and along the banks of the Meander River to sites including Marakoopa Cave, King Solomons Cave, Alum Cliffs, Devils Gullet and Mole Creek. See dozens of diverse creations by gifted Tasmanian artists, each combining with the landscape to make a profound and moving statement about the essence of this beautiful region.

Sawtooth ARI Gallery 

Sawtooth ARI is an artist-run initiative based near the banks of kanamaluka, lutruwita (Launceston, Tasmania).Sawtooth ARI Gallery showcases contemporary and experimental art by local, interstate and international artists at various stages of their professional careers.

Design Tasmania

Design Tasmania, one of Australia’s leading design organisations, is the centre for design culture and enterprise in Tasmania. Dedicated to nurturing and championing creative practice in Tasmania since 1976, we encourage creative risk-taking, facilitate new work and collaborate to broaden the national and international audience for Tasmanian design and craft and build the audience for design.


ART ARK HQ, housed on the top floor of an old sawtooth building, shares an impressive collection of Aboriginal Art and educational resources with a clear and transparent focus on ethical trading. Working exclusively with community-run, not-for-profit Aboriginal Art centres, ART ARK shares its passion for Aboriginal Art with visitors.

Jane Seychell Artist Gallery | Studio | Art Space

While visiting the picturesque East Coast of Tasmania, drop into Jane Seychell Artist Gallery | Studio | Art Space, where you will see award-winning original colour pencil artworks that add a unique touch to the gallery—moreover, supporting local artists by offering various art pieces, prints, greeting cards, and even art supplies catering to a diverse audience, from art enthusiasts to professionals seeking materials for their craft.

dAda mUse

dAda mUse is an art gallery celebrating Dadaism and surrealism, housing Australia’s most extensive collection of Salvador Dali works on paper. All but 100 of his known pieces are publicly displayed here, some for the first time. While artworks from other artists will be shown periodically at dAda mUse (to the likes of Goya, Durix and Kujau), the Salvador Dalí collection is exceptional. Both Dadaism and Surrealism used shock, the juxtaposition of everyday objects, and humour to create abstract imagery, with Dalí putting this to the test.