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Geeveston Art Show 2024

Rod Butterworth - Cradle
Helen Jessop - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Lisa Britzman - Burning Blue Gum Leaves
Anna Arden-Wong - Biophilia
Dee Woolley - Peace in the Valley
Melanie Lunden - Mountains of Colour
Richard Stanley - On Country, Cloudy Bay Low Tide, Bruny Island
Lysbeth Dreissen - Forest Whispers
Geeveston Art Show
The 2024 Geeveston Art Show runs from Saturday, the 13th of April through to Saturday, the 27th of April 2024. The Geeveston Art Exhibition was launched in 2015 with the purpose of showcasing the work of local talent within the Huon Valley. In 2021 we changed the name to the Geeveston Art Show. The Geeveston Art Show is now in its 9th year of showcasing the very best that the Artisans of the Huon Valley have to offer. Hosted in the Upstairs Gallery of our iconic Town Hall and Visitor Centre, the show covers a broad variety of styles and mediums including Works on Canvas or Board, Works on Paper, 3D designs, and Ceramics and Textiles which opens up to glass, textiles, jewellery, ceramics, 3D work of all types as well as the usual pencil, brush and ink. All artwork is for sale and you may even get to meet the artists! The show runs for two weeks and is a great day out for everyone, no matter their tastes! There are also interactive elements to the show that will allow everyone to engage with space and hopefully explore some new hobbies.
Event Details
  • Saturday 13 April 2024 - Saturday 27 April 2024 (Annual)

  • 15 Church Street, Geeveston, Tasmania, 7116


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