Army camp a major feature of Ten Days program

TASMANIA’S Ten Days on the Island will be back at Brighton next year with a work by artist Brigita Ozolins in Brighton Army Camp’s former hospital building.

Brighton Council Community Blitz project manager Peter Griffith, left, photographer Nikala Bourke, artist Brigita Ozolins, Arthur Brener, Pierre Bulevahka and Scott Wiggins create an installation at the Old Army Barracks.
Brighton Council Community Blitz project manager Peter Griffith, left, photographer Nikala Bourke, artist Brigita Ozolins, Arthur Brener, Pierre Bulevahka and Scott Wiggins create an installation at the Old Army Barracks.

Brigita Ozolins has explored the Brighton Army camp’s history and the arrivals and departures of those who have passed through it and this will be displayed as a highlight of the festival in Brighton. This project has involved interviews with members of the Brighton community and will coincide with the national Caravan and Motor Home Club of Australia rally in Pontville.

The festival in March next year, is promising to be a bigger and better visual arts program and there will be plenty to see right around the State.

The full program is available here

 

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