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Strange Nature

QVMAG's Strange Nature, Art Gallery at Royal Park
Troy Emery's sculpture Big Blue (2022) is part of Strange Nature, QVMAG Gallery at Royal Park.
Kate Rohde's Rosella Vitrella (2023) is part of Strange Nature at QVMAG Art Gallery at Royal Park.
Tasmanian artist Helene Boyer's works are part of Strange Nature, QVMAG Royal Park.
QVMAG Art Gallery at Royal Park - Free entry QVMAG is home to one of the oldest and most significant natural science collections in Australia. The Royal Park site has proudly housed all the wonders of these collections for over 130 years. Strange Nature celebrates QVMAG's history and its collection. The exhibition immerses you into the art of major contemporary artists, both local and national, to display the weird and wonderful facets of the natural world that inspire their versions of plants and animals.
Event Details
  • Tuesday 31 October 2023 - Sunday 14 April 2024

  • 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

  • 2 Wellington Street, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250


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