45-47 Stewart Street Devonport, Tasmania 7310
When Jean Thomas put up her Little Gallery in 1966, she had this vision of promoting Tasmanian arts, crafts and designs. A converted 19th century church to begin with, Little Gallery later became Devonport's Regional Gallery, boasting a permanent collection of fine and decorative arts and crafts. Tasmanian artists get to showcase their talents through the Gallery's touring exhibits, which somehow features 20th century glass, ceramics and woodcraft. Visitors of the Gallery can showcase their talents, too! Take part in art workshops, lectures and talks during holiday art exhibits, or even meet an artist if you're that lucky. "Little Gallery" has now become an essential part of Devonport's culture and striving art scene.
The Devonport City Council provides funding to support the Devonport Regional Gallery's high quality exhibitions, education programs and public programs. As a not-for-profit organisation we also rely on the generous support of donors and grants organisations to maintain and grow our Permanent Collection and to contribute towards specific capital works projects.