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Lacunae

To encounter Lacunae is to have a visual connection with a community of people that occupy the same space, both close and far away.

Lacunae is an interactive exploration of technology and human communication, created by Launceston collective Soma Lumia; James Riggall, Troy Merritt and Darryl Rogers.

Conceived as a response to COVID-19 and the disconnection of human communication, Lacunae will build a community feedback loop from visitors to QVMAG through the summer.

Lacunae is an interactive installation at both the Museum and the Art Gallery, connecting the

movement of visitors.

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2 2 Wellington Street, Launceston

2 2 Wellington Street, Launceston
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What else is on in Launnie in February!

Making Space


Making Space

2 Wellington Street, Launceston

2 Wellington Street, Launceston

Art Gallery at Royal Park | 25 November 2023 – 18 February 2024Free entryThe practice of carving into any material is one of... Read more

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Vast and Varied


Vast and Varied

2 Wellington Street, Launceston

2 Wellington Street, Launceston

From works unearthed over two thousand years ago to examples of the most important contemporary ceramic pieces, Vast and... Read more

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Grapes of Mirth - Launceston


Grapes of Mirth - Launceston

370 Relbia Road, Relbia

370 Relbia Road, Relbia

Grapes of Mirth returns to Tassie! Saturday, 17 February.Six of Australia’s best comedians will make their way to Josef... Read more

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Lunar New Year Celebration 2024


Lunar New Year Celebration 2024

2 Wellington Street, Launceston

2 Wellington Street, Launceston

Celebrated by many cultures across the world, the Lunar New Year is recognised as a time for renewal.Join the festivities at... Read more

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Death of A Salesman


Death of A Salesman

10 Earl Street, Launceston

10 Earl Street, Launceston

“The brighter the flame, the larger the shadow.”Arthur Miller’s 1949 Pulitzer Prize-winning play Death Of a Salesman,... Read more

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Tasmanian Tree Climbing Championships

45-55 Tamar Street, Launceston

45-55 Tamar Street, Launceston

Preparations are hotting up for another great state climbing championship, this time in the north of our state. Located at... Read more

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