Nov 2023: The arts theatre and box office remain open.
Cultural Precinct project - Stage 1
An intriguing dual survey exhibition of Academic Landscape Art by Launceston based Artists Anna Van Stralen and Lex Palmer Bull.
NatureNurture features new paintings accompanied by works from collections across Tasmania.
Anna Van Stralen is a UTAS Launceston Phd Visual Arts Candidate, who has notable history in Burnie. She is represented by Gallery Pejean, Launceston.
Lex Palmer Bull is both a print media and installation Artist who has been previously hung in the Burnie Print Prize. She is represented by Handmark Gallery, Hobart.
Their works in NatureNurture reflect upon human architectural structures and the chaotic environments they often inhabit.
The Artificial and Natural meet unexpectedly in these Artworks giving viewers a chance to share time with the more scholarly parts of this expertly created Art.
NatureNurture runs at Intersection from 29th April 2022 until 15th May 2022. 10am - 5pm
INTERSECTION Art Space
Intersection Art Space, 4-22 Wilmot Street, Burnie, 7320, View Map and directions
Intersection Art Space, 4-22 Wilmot Street ,
NatureNurture runs at Intersection Art Space 4-22 Wilmot Street Burnie
29th April 2022 until 15th May 2022 10am - 5pm
Note: Closed Tues/Wed