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Hobart Artist Milan Milojevic pictured with Devonport Regional Gallery Director Geoff Dobson and Burnie Regional Art Gallery Director Dawn Oerlich, who opened Milan’s solo commission exhibition Terra Incognita: A duck-billed what?

Milojevic highlights the quest for cross-cultural identity

A contemporary exploration of cultural identity and the complexities of a cross-cultural position best describes renowned artist Milan Milojevic’s solo commission exhibition Terra Incognita: A duck-billed what?, which opened on Friday at the Devonport Regional Gallery. …

Devonport City Council (1)

Community input invited for 2021/22 Council budget

Devonport City Council is inviting community members to put forward their ideas for projects and initiatives as part of the 2021/22 budget consultation process. Mayor …

A moody monotone oil painting of the Bluff by Spreyton-based artist Mary Wilson has won the tidal.20: City of Devonport Tasmanian Art Award’s People’s Choice prize.

The Bluff a clear favourite for Tidal.20 Public Choice Award

A moody monotone oil painting of the Bluff by Spreyton-based artist Mary Wilson has won the tidal.20: City of Devonport Tasmanian Art Award’s People’s Choice prize. Devonport Regional Gallery Director Geoff …

Mayoral Message

Mayor’s Message – 29 July 2020

Thank you very much to all those who expressed an interest in joining Council’s Sports Infrastructure Master Plan Working Group. Council endorsed the membership at …

Mayor’s Message – 22 July 2020

It’s really great to see local sporting groups, recommencing after they were required to shutdown due to COVID.  Football, hockey, soccer, touch football, running groups, …

Mayor’s Message – 15 July 2020

Council is seeking expressions of interest from interested sporting bodies to lease an area at the Devonport Recreation Centre (formerly used by the Devonport Gymnastics …

Current Works & Projects

TRANS Wright Street renewal Tarleton to John

Wright Street renewal – Tarleton Street to John Street

 The pavement, seal and kerb assets are in poor condition and require renewal.  Wright Street is a critical transport link between the Port of Devonport and the Bass Highway.

TRANS Reseal Program

Reseal Program 2020/21

Asset planning has identified that an allocation of approximately $700,000 is required to renew assets that will reach end of life in 2020/21.

Art Acquisition Biennial

Art Acquisition – Biennial

The acquisition budget assists the Gallery develop its Permanent Collection of contemporary Tasmanian art, with all acquisition requests being endorsed by the Devonport Regional Gallery Advisory Board.

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