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  • Visits in Tasmania

    Travels in Tasmania — Part 2 of 3

    July 26, 2012   |   By William L. Fox

    The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), established in 1843, lives in a handsome sandstone building just uphill from the Hobart harbor, which at the moment has in port one of the few research ships that sails regularly to the Antarctic. The large orange Aurora Australis is an icebreaker that many Australian artists have journeyed... View Post

  • Visits in Tasmania

    Travels in Tasmania — Part 1 of 3

    July 17, 2012   |   By William L. Fox

    I’m in central Tasmania attending a conference about “Imaging Nature,” which is being held at an arts-and-craft resort high in the mountains. The Tarraleah Lodge and resort was originally the village for workers constructing one of the larger hydroelectric projects in the state, and my room faces out into a eucalyptus forest that is bordered... View Post