The official launch of mobile exhibition space ARTBOX and its opening exhibition, Recherche, was held on Saturday 10 October in Huonville.
Huon Valley Council Mayor Bec Enders, Councillor and Arts & Culture Committee Chair Christine Campbell, Arts & Culture Committee and Working Group members, and Arts & Culture Officer Miranda Wageman were in attendance to mark the occasion, joined by Recherche artist Wendy Edwards and curator Henrietta Manning.
Council was also pleased to have representatives from ARTBOX supporters Bendigo Bank Huon Valley Community Bank Branches and Tasmanian Community Fund in attendance.
View the Recherche exhibition now!
Location: Huon Valley Hub Green Space at 25 Main Street
Now on display: 10 October – 8 November 2020
By providing a professional exhibition space, ARTBOX supports established and emerging artists and makers to build their profile and evolve their practice. ARTBOX also provides opportunities for regional and remote communities in the Valley to experience and be part of our local arts and culture.
Feature in ARTBOX
Council is now accepting expressions of interest from local creators of all ages and experience levels to feature in ARTBOX’s 2020 and 2021 exhibition calendar. Visit our ARTBOX page for more info.
Follow us Huon Valley Council Instagram for updates on ARTBOX’s exhibitions and movements.
ARTBOX is supported by the Tasmanian Community Fund and Bendigo Bank, and managed by the Huon Valley Council’s Arts and Culture Program.
From left, Huon Valley Council Mayor Bec Enders, Royal Wolf’s Rhys Quarrell, Councillor Christine Campbell, Tasmanian Community Fund’s Frank Barta, Arts & Culture Committee member Henrietta Manning, artist Wendy Edwards and representatives from Bendigo Bank Huon Valley Community Bank Branches Pam Lane and Jillian Griggs at the ARTBOX launch last Saturday.
Photos supplied courtesy of Huon News.