Memorial for Gary Cleveland AM, 19th November 2020

Image credit: Phillip Briggs. A public memorial service to honour our Founder, the late Gary Cleveland AM (1930–2020) will be held at Design Tasmania on

Retail Operations Paused

Design Tasmania’s retail outlet is taking a pause. Design Tasmania’s galleries will remain open from Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm and on Sundays 11am-4pm.  We would like to


Design Tasmania are pleased to announce we are reopening from Thursday 1st October, 2020. A recent survey of arts audiences across Australia found that 93% were ready to


Design Tasmania presents DENFAIR 2.0: The Tasmanian Salon a living room of quintessential designs from our island and ICONIC Australian Design online in 3D. Experience

TASMANIAN SALON – Design Tasmania for DENFAIR 2.0

Design Tasmania for DENFAIR 2.0 presents The Tasmanian Salon, a living room of quintessential designs from our island. Take a 3D tour of our virtual

ICONIC Australian Design

ONLINE EXHIBITION | 25 June thru August 2020 Design Tasmania is pleased to present ICONIC Australian Design curated by Ian Wong, from Monash University, featuring over 100

Design Tasmania Funding Awarded 2020-24

Design Tasmania is pleased to announce that the organisation has been successfully granted multiyear funding through the recent Australia Council for the Arts funding round

VALE GARY CLEVELAND (1930–2020) Founder of Design Tasmania

It is with great sadness that the Board and Trust of Design Tasmania announce the passing of our founder, Gary Ogle Cleveland on Friday 3rd


WE'RE OPEN 24/7! Design Tasmania’s new and updated retail store showcases some of the best Tasmanian talent in craft, design and artisanal products. From award


Announcing the launch of Exhibitions Online including current shows as well as trips down memory lane of exhibitions past. While our physical gallery is temporarily


Design Tasmania Board and Staff would like to extend our well wishes to the community during this challenging time. As a precautionary measure to ensure


The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is proud to present a national touring exhibition focused on shell-stringing, one of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community’s most