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ON THE WALLS THE JOURNEY Photographic art by North-West artist Rod Westbrook at Rialto Gallery Restaurant, 46 Wilmot St, Burnie. Daily at selected times, except Sundays, until February 15. CAN YOU HEAR THE OCEAN ROAR: Work by popular artist Obie with an ocean theme, including trademark textured cliffs and crashing waves. The Thistle Gallery, 36 Church St, Ross. Open daily at 10am (1pm on Thursdays) until January 31. SUMMER SCHOOL: More than 200 works of art created during the Tasmanian Creative Arts Summer School at Inveresk on January 9-18. Work on show at the Academy of the Arts, Inveresk, 2-5pm on January 18. LATROBE: 22nd annual Latrobe Art Exhibition and Sale, January 23-February 2. Cash prizes worth $3125 on offer. ARTRAGE 2007: Work by Tasmanian Certificate of Education art students. There are 167 works on display at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery at Inveresk until April 13. THE COLOURS OF SUMMER: Work by members of the Burnie Coastal Group. Showing at the Mezzanine Level and Tasman Lounge, Country Club Tasmania, Prospect Vale, until February 24. TALES FROM THE FOREST: By Chantale Delrue, installation and works on paper. Open until January 20. Showing at the same time is Room. Work by Kathryn Faludi-Ball, Stephen Garrett, Simon Horsburgh, Katrina Simmons, Catriona Stanton, Kylie Stillman and Matt Warren. Burnie Regional Gallery, Wilmot St. Monday- Friday 10am-4.30pm and Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 1.30-4.30pm. THE PAINTED PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPH IN TASMANIA: 1850-1900: An exhibition of 45 black- and-white and colour portraits of Tasmanians. Daily until March 25 at Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, free. MOTHER EARTH: WIND, FOREST, LIGHT, MOUNTAINS: Masaaki Aihara presents Australian landscape photographs, including Tasmania, from a Japanese aesthetic point of view. At The Wilderness Gallery, Cradle Mountain Chateau, runs until late 2008. WILDERNESS PHOTOGRAPHY: Finalists for The Wilderness Gallery Prize for Photography on show at Cradle Mountain Chateau, Cradle Mountain, until February 10. Viewers can vote on people’s choice award, to be announced on January 25. DESIGN CENTRE – TASMANIA: Text (until January 13) is a collaboration by Launceston painter Mary Ballantyne-Fooks and weaver Jenny Turner. Also, Transport (January 18-February 17) will feature 10 contemporary print media artists. The centre at the corner of Tamar and Brisbane streets in Launceston is open 9.30am- 5.30pm daily. REFLECTIONS ON CATARACT GORGE: Early paintings showing Launceston’s Cataract Gorge. At Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Inveresk, daily until April 13. Free. ON THE STAGE ORGAN RECITALS: St Johns Anglican Church in St John St, Launceston, is hosting recitals from 1pm each Wednesday and 2.30pm each Sunday this month. A series of guest organists will play the church’s upgraded organ. THE OTHER WOMAN: National tour by James Morrison and Deni Hines, performing their jazz duet album The Other Woman. At Albert Hall, Cimitiere St, Launceston, on February 16. Tickets: A reserve $75. B reserve $65. EXPLOSION THERAPY: Terrapin Puppet Theatre, Peacock Theatre, Salamanca Arts Centre on January 9-18. Also touring schools in term 2 next year.
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