The exhibition is opened from April 08, 2021 until June 06, 2021.
Barb Adams, Jane Ingram Allen, Eliana Anghinah, Angela Barbour, Regina Basaran, Laura Behar, Anita Bell , Heike Berl , Anita Brendgens, Margit Bu Dominguez , Lorraine Bubar, Regina Carmona, Ilze Dilane, Zuzanna Dolega, Park Eunsoo, Verena Friedrich, Jennifer Galvin, Lori Goodman, Kirsti Grotmol, Gundel Hädeler, Orna Hatzor , Mandy Hillson, Pat Hodson, Anne Marble , Heather Matthew, Marie-Laure Miazza, Sandra Pearce, Liz Powell, Erica Spitzer Rasmussen, Priscilla Robinson, Dominique Rousseau, Tatiana Rozenblat , Heike Schaefer, Marie Schirrmacher-Meitz, Bianca Severijns, Lynn Sures, Aliza Thomas, Daniela Todorova, Marjorie Tomchuk , Helene Tschacher, Therese Weber, Monika Wellnitz, Eva Wilcke, Judith Wilson
Monday 9.30 am - 4.30 pm
Tuesday to Wednesday Closed
Thursday to Saturday 9.30 am - 4.30 pm
Makers’ Workshop - University of Tasmania
Cradle Coast Campus at West Park
2-4 Bass Highway
Burnie TAS 7320
In 2021, IAPMA celebrates 35 years of promoting paper art and handmade paper around the world. To celebrate this date, IAPMA hs organized the IAPMA CORAL Jubilee Exhibition which will be composed of a series of traveling exhibitions on three continents: Australia, Europe and Asia. 45 IAPMA members from all over the world present their paper artworks in the first edition of this exhibition in Tasmania.
Origin-Destination studies are used to define patterns of traffic in an area of interest.
While these studies specifically look at travel, we are asking you to consider the travel and growth of paper art and IAPMA around the world.
IAPMA was founded in Düren, Germany, at a meeting held in conjunction with the opening of 'The First International Paper Art Biennale in Europe' at the Leopold Hoesch Museum. The founding members originated from numerous countries around the globe who were elected to create an international association focusing on paper and all its aspects. In the 35 years since its founding, IAPMA members have ventured to destinations far and wide to share their love of paper art and cultural exchange, creating a worldwide network of artists and craftspersons across 40+ countries.
move around the obstacles in our path? Networks, maps, transit systems, systems of communication, interconnectedness, adventure, nostalgia, memory, intuition, resourcefulness and creative problem-solving. Perhaps it is not so much the destination as the journey. We encouraged IAPMA members to explore this theme through paper artwork and share it with us.
Curated by Angela Barbour, Nicole Donelly and Joanna Gair
The exhibition is opened from January 17, 2021 until May 24, 2021.
Anita Brendgens and other Artists
Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 6 pm
Monday - closed
The museum is currently closed due to the corona pandemic.
Please check the museum website for information before visiting.
Ludwiggalerie Schloss Oberhausen
Remember - For the future!
The image of shoe mountains in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp gave the artist the first impetus for her work, but the installation also intends reminding of the many people who are loosing their lives nowadays on their escape route in the Mediterranean sea on their way to Europe.
The exhibition is opened from January 30, 2021 until May 09, 2021.
Bara Lehmann-Schulz and other Artists
10 am to 6 pm
Closed on Mondays
The exhibition is opened from March 26, 2021 until May 02, 2021.
Heike Berl and other Artists, Designers and Musicians
To be scheduled.
The exhibition provides an overview of contemporary art, craftwork, design and music made in Saxony. Diversity, innovation as well as potential of local culture are introduced at the show.
The exhibition is opened from March 10, 2021 until May 02, 2021.
Heather Matthew and Samantha Tannous
10 am - 4 pm
44 Cherry Street
Ballina NSW 2478
This exhibition explores what it means to reside in a place for generations, to build stories of occupancy wrought by time and the elements. Layering man-made artefacts and handmade papers, these artworks also speak of broader issues of human occupation and colonisation.