PATRICK will be exhibiting If They Should Accidentally Fall, a new art installation at Narryna Heritage Museum, part of this year's Dark MOFO.  The exhibition opens 7 June and concludes 29 June, 2019.

DIANE is excited to be a finalist in Tidal.18 at the Devonport Regional Gallery opening 2 November, 2018 - a biennial exhibition which explores themes connected with coastal regions and the sea. 

DIANE is exhibiting two works in Dear Kunanyi - an exhibition celebrating the beloved mountain: Kunanyi/Mt. Wellington, opening 6pm, 8 August, 2018 at The Long Gallery, Hobart.  Exhibition ends 12 August, 2018.

DIANE will be exhibiting photography at Brunswick Street Gallery in the group show Emerge: Photographic Edition, 25 May – 10 June 2018.  

PATRICK is a finalist in the 2018  Blake Art Prize, 12 May – 1 July at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.

DIANE's artwork Body of Water was a finalist in the 2018 Glover Art Prize.

PATRICK will be exhibiting a new body of work, with Despard Gallery, at Sydney Contemporary, 7-10 September, 2017, Carriageworks.

The inaugural Hadley's Art Prize - the world's richest art prize for landscape, is now on in Hobart until 25 August, 2017.  Landscapes by both PATRICK & DIANE are amongst the 41 chosen from a field of 385 artworks from across Australia.

DIANE's latest solo exhibition, Quaver, was held in June 2017 at Handmark, Hobart. The exhibition of music inspired jewellery was opened so wonderfully and generously by musician Brian Ritchie.  

DIANE's artwork Opium Drift was a finalist (and Highly Commended) in the 2016 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize at the South Australian Museum.  The exhibition also travelled to the National Archives of Australia in Canberra.

The official launch of PATRICK's book, When My Heart Stops  Beating was held at The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. This limited edition book is available from TMAG and MONA or please enquire at  RRP $235. 

PATRICK discussed the TMAG's survey exhibition Things I Once Knew: The Art of Patrick Hall and book launch in an interview with Michael Cathcart on ABC Radio National's arts programme Books and Arts.  Listen in here... 

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