Tarkine in Motion appeared as a collaborative exhibition in the Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre in January 2016.
Below are some photos from the opening by Bob Brown on January 22, 2016.
Thanks to Paul Hoelen for the photos!
Tarkine in Motion is appearing as a collaborative exhibition in the Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre from Thursday January 21 to Thursday February 4 2016 9am - 5pm every day.
Bob Brown will be opening the Tarkine in Motion exhibition at 6pm on Friday January 22, 2016
The Tarkine in Motion exhibition catalog is shown below.
In April 2015, over 70 photographers, filmmakers, musicians and artists journeyed into the Tarkine to document and interpret its wild, scenic beauty as never before. From that weekend comes this stunning 55-minute documentary portrait of this threatened wilderness and the creative minds working to save it.
Curated by Tasmanian wilderness photographer and film maker, Dan Broun and the Bob Brown Foundation, Tarkine In Motion is a multi-platform project culminating in film, concerts and exhibitions of art created in the heart of the Tarkine, one of the last great wilderness areas on the planet.
Following its sellout premiere at the Environment Film Festival in Hobart in September 2015, we have arranged a special encore screening for those who missed it and those who want to see it again.
The next screening of Tarkine in Motion is at Hobart's State Cinema, Wednesday 9 Dec at 6 pm. Tickets available now from the State Cinema.
ABC Open has a short but beautiful video on Pingala Walsh's creative mind in the Tarkine forests.
"For Pingala Walsh, weaving together elements that she has photographed and brought together to make a digital artwork means getting intimately acquainted with the detail of the flora and fauna of a place.
This film follows Pingala's journey to interpret Tasmania's Tarkine - a place overflowing with beauty and incredible detail, as plants such as the Huon pine, myrtle and sassafras all nestle together with countless mosses, lichens and fungi."
Burnie - Bob Brown speaks at the Tarkine in Motion Pop-Up Gallery Sunday, 27 September 2015
2:00pm - 4:00pm, Sunday, 27 September 2015
Corner Mount & Cattley Sreets, Burnie 7320
"Bob Brown first entered the Tarkine in 1972 to search for the Tasmanian Tiger. While he didn't find the thylacine, he did find an ancient and magnificent landscape that inspired four and a half decades of campaigning to protect this amazing place.
Even gaolled for standing in defense of the Tarkine, Bob's passion has inspired thousands to visit this place and fall in love with it's rainforests and coastal wilderness."
Tarkine in Motion is appearing as a pop-up gallery in Burnie on Friday, 18 September 2015 to Saturday, 31 October 2015
10:00am - 3:00pm, Monday - Saturday
Corner Mount & Cattley Sreets, Burnie 7320
"Tarkine in Motion is an exhibition of works by over 20 Tasmanian artists and photographers, created and inspired by four days spent in the takayna/Tarkine over the Easter weekend of 2015.
Gathering together to share and experience the natural beauty of the takayna/Tarkine, the artists portray the living Tarkine and, through their work, contribute to the protection of this remarkable place."
The Tarkine in Motion Premiere was held at Village Cinemas Hobart as part of the Environmental Film Festival Australia.
A panel was held afterward with the filmmaker Dan Broun, artists involved in the project, Ruth Langford and Deb Wace. Host of the panel was Bob Brown Foundations Campaign Manager Jenny Weber.
Aviva and Joanna are two of the artists who joined our Tarkine in Motion project, photographed here by Paul Hoelen, while on location in the Tarkine at Julius River.
Aviva Hannah is a Melbourne based visual ecologist. Joanna Pinkiewicz is a Launceston based visual artist, who describes herself as a colourist.
Aviva and Joanna are passionate about the protection of the Tarkine and communicating to the public with Tarkine inspired Art. We look forward to their art that will be exhibited at our Hobart and travelling Tarkine In Motion exhibitions.
Following the incredible success of Tarkine in Motion, where 70 artists spent 3 days in Tasmania's Tarkine wilderness, we are exhibiting some of the stunning images captured that weekend as part of Sydney's Head On Photo Festival.
The exhibition will be at the Salerno Gallery in Glebe, running from April 28 to May 24.
To ensure the smooth running of this exhibition, we need a Volunteer Coordinator and a team of volunteers to staff the gallery for the duration of the exhibition.
A short film of the Tarkine in Motion project has been made by the team who walked up from the Pieman Heads to Rupert Point and Interview River.