Tasmania’s boutique histoic manor, Peppers Calstock will showcase an extraordinary display of indigenous artworks from Australia’s Central desert regions as part of an art event which attracted over 30,000 people last year.
Tasmania’s Peppers Calstock will host a collection of indigenous artworks for an event in October
The exhibition, ‘Tradition to Modernity’ is a showcase of unique contemporary indigenous works and is part of the Tasmanian Craft Fair which will be held on the weekend of October 29 to November 1.
The Fair, in its 30th year is the largest working display of arts and crafts in Australia with a full program of demonstrations, workshops and exhibitions.
More than 34,000 people attended last year’s event held in Deloraine, in northern Tasmania.