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pARTicipate printmaking workshop (SOLD OUT)


pARTicipate printmaking workshop (SOLD OUT)

Presented by the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Printmaking Workshop

with Allan Mansell

Join celebrated Tasmanian Aboriginal artist Allan Mansell for this very special printmaking workshop.  In this four-hour workshop you will learn about different artistic styles and techniques whilst Allan shares cultural stories. Create your own artwork on the day using different materials and processes.

Sunday 26 September 2021

10:30 - 3:00 pm 

Tickets: $10.00

Suitable for ages 14 +

All art materials provided.  As printmaking can be messy, bring an apron to protect your clothing or dress accordingly.
Please bring a packed lunch or enjoy some refreshments from a nearby café (please note the TMAG café is not currently operational).

About the Artist

Nation:  Plangermaireenier
Allan is an original Tasmanian and hails directly from the survivors of the British invasion, who had inhabited the Island of the Furneaux Group in Bass Strait, Tasmania.
His family were the last of the Indigenous Nomadic Groups who traversed Tasmania in search of work and food without car or possessions.  Allan was later taken by the authorities and became part of the stolen generation.

Allan’s visual vocabulary takes on a very specific style and aura that encompasses the land, the flora, and fauna around him, its though he holds a genetic memory of the past.

He expresses these emblems of his past and present through exquisite compositions, conveying simplified forms of echidnas, leaves, ants, snakes, birds and more.  Generally, his art tells a story of what was, what is now and what can happen.

Allan‘s work has been sold all over the world and hangs in prestigious venues in Europe and America.

Find out more about Allan and his work at:



Centre for Learning and Discovery
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Dunn Place, Hobart Tasmania 

COVID safety

Visitors should note that upon entry to the TMAG site they will also need to check in using the Tasmanian Government Check in Tas app to comply with COVID-19 requirements.

Do not plan to visit if:

  • you’re unwell, have experienced cold or flu symptoms, fever or recent loss of smell or taste
  • had close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days
  • been instructed to quarantine and your 14 days has not yet finished 

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