I Shed My Skin - Furneaux Islands Festival
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I Shed My Skin

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Thursday 18th Jan
5:30pm
Furneaux Museum

I SHED MY SKIN; A FURNEAUX ISLANDS STORY

A project by the Tasmanian artist, Jane Giblin

Making art about those who live and work within the Tasmanian landscape has pre-occupied Jane Giblin for a quarter of a century. During the past two years she has been dealing with the working lives of her extended family: The Furneaux Island Willis family and their community. This, her initial project about the Furneaux, aims to understand how isolated geography encourages community traditions. The artwork is part collaboration with the Tasmanian poet Pete Hay.