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Singular & Multiple: New jewellery from Tasmania

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arts@work is developing an export program for Tasmanian artists.

Their current project Singular & Multiple: New jewellery from Tasmania was conceived as a three stage project designed to test sector readiness and to prepare artists for international export.

The first stage was the exhibition in Hobart at the Henry Jones Art Hotel opening on 3 May 2007 for a three and a half week period. The second stage was a four-week exhibition in Melbourne at Craft Victoria, opening on 17 August 2007.

The third stage is the Singapore Exhibition and sale of work that opened at Curiocity as part of the Singapore Design Festival on 28 November for 10 days.

Ten Tasmanian jewelers from both the north and south of the state were selected by the curators Kate Rhodes (Craft Victoria) and Brian Parkes (Object, Sydney).  They were Anita Dineen, Carmen Blyth, Di Allison, Dulcie Greeno, Jeanette James, Jude Walsh, Kate Case, Linda van Niekerk, Marisa Molin and Natalie Holtsbaum.

The Singapore stage has been developed with support from Tourism Tasmania and Austrade.

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Dulcie Greeno

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Natalie Holtsbaum

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Diane Allison

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Jude Walsh

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Marisa Molin

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Anita Dineen

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Kate Case

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Jeanette James

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Linda van Niekerk

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Carmen Blyth