Julie Gough

Join us for the launch of two exciting new public sculpture projects

Saturday 13 October 2018 | 5.30-8.30pm


Julie Gough

HUNTING GROUND incorporating Barbecue Area


Launch of new Public Sculptures

GASP Barbecue Pavilion

Tasmanian Aboriginal Street Food barbecue by palawa kipli


James Geurts

Refraction Principle


Launch of new Public Sculpture and Video Projection

GASP Wilkinson’s Point Pavilion

(Parking at Derwent Entertainment Centre)

please RSVP to info@gasp.org.au for catering purposes




GASP Barbecue Pavilion

5.30pm | Tasmanian Aboriginal Street Food

barbecue by palawa kipli

Come and share some exciting new Tasmanian Aboriginal street food by palawa kipli who join us to launch these projects.






GASP acknowledges that we are on mouheneenner country. We acknowledge Aboriginal nations as custodians of Tasmanian Aboriginal land and all Aboriginal nations as equal to all global nations. We welcome the full diversity of all local international peoples to our projects.