Devilish Tasmanian field notes!

Eight photoshoots, countless potoroos, wavy turbos, grannies, New Zealand screw shells, banksia cones, exquisite cheese and wine, grandpas, yellow-tailed black cockatoos, forests that smell like expensive aromatherapy and the biggest exhibition of Eyes as Big as Plates in the world to date – our hot picks from the adventures in Tasmania can be enjoyed in the latest Eyes as Big as Plates post!

We are also proud to share a link to our appearance on the Australian national radio and the details for a panel discussion this Saturday 23rd of March starting at 2.15 pm in the Founders Room at Salamanca Arts Centre, and the artist talk in the Long Gallery on the same date at 4 pm. Welcome!

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