Friday, 1 February 2013

Going bush

Skullbones Plains in central Tasmania will soon host 11 visual artists, 7 of which are Bett Gallery artists on a very special retreat. 
A Tasmanian Land Conservancy project, the selected artists will spend four days on residency in an immersive wilderness experience. 
The residency being held mid February will be filmed and maybe the subject of a documentary. 
An exhibition of works produced as a result of the residency will be held in September 2013 - we will keep you posted where it will be.

Artists include:
Immants Tillers, John Wolseley, Phillip Hunter, Phillip Wolfhagen, Richard Wastell, Vera Moler, Janet Laurence, Julie Gough, Tim Burns, Joel Crosswell and Megan Walch