Tayenebe, a Tasmanian Aboriginal word meaning ‘exchange’, celebrates the revitalisation of tasmanian Aboriginal weaving that has been taking place over the past three years.

The tayenebe exhibition includes beautiful baskets and kelp water carriers in contemporary and traditional styles, along with a historical basket made around 1845 which has never before been seen outside Tasmania.
Free entry
First Australians Focus Gallery

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Artist: Sonia Brown, Patsy Cameron, Kylie Dickson, Leonie Dickson, Audrey Frost, Betty Grace, Dulcie Greeno, Jacqui Langdon, Tanya Langdon, Fiona Maher, Vicki maikutena Matson-Green, Muriel Maynard, Colleen Mundy, Lennah Newson, Verna Nichols, Ila Purdon AM, Eva Richardson, Tahana-Lee Rimmer, Zoe Rimmer, Merinda Sainty, Nannette Shaw, Nayda Smith, Ida West, Vicki West, Fanny Cochrane Smith, Trucanini

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