Second exhibition to open at Burnie’s Intersection art space

Published on 30 March 2022

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As Intersection’s feature exhibition Living Memory begins its journey back to the National Portrait Gallery, the first of two local exhibitions is being prepared for its opening!

Steel & Water, the solo exhibition of new works by accomplished abstract painter Michael Muruste will open on Tuesday 5 April at 5:30pm.

The Burnie community is invited to the opening and RSVP’s are essential at burniearts.net/RSVP-Steel-Water 

The exhibition takes a deep look at the relationship between our dedicated industrial port and the ever changing waters of Bass Strait.

Burnie City Council Acting Mayor Giovanna Simpson said “we have had a fantastic public response to the feature exhibition, the National Photographic Portrait Prize Exhibition - Living Memory. Over 1500 people visited during the 3 weeks.

“It was wonderful to see the visitor's choice being announced at the Intersection art space over the weekend. The winner was Anna – a powerful image of Anna Brozek at Wentworth Hills near Lake St Clair on the edge of Tasmania's World Heritage Area by renowned Tasmanian photographer Matthew Newton.

“I am looking forward to seeing the next two exhibitions, Steel & Water and NatureNurture, grace the same walls at Burnie’s new pop up art space in Wilmot Street.”

Keep an eye on burniearts.net for information on artist talks and exhibition activities!

Steel & Water exhibition will show from 5 to 24 April 2022
NatureNurture exhibition will show from 28 April until 15 May 2022

Intersection Gallery hours
10am -5pm
Closed Tues/Wed
4-22 Wilmot Street Burnie 7320

 

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