The Campaign in Process

In 1988 more than 100 individuals were arrested in Hobart, Tasmania. These arrests would lead to the landmark decriminalisation of homosexuality in Tasmania. Accompanying the Victorian premiere of Campion Decent's play, The Campaign, Nathan Smith depicts the artistic process of rehearsing the theatrical work as well as Smith's own responses to the story, themes and people that pioneered the Tasmanian gay law reform campaigns.

"I love nothing more than picking up a pen, pencil or brush."
— Nathan Smith

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IMAGE

featuring Nathan Smith, by David Thai

Event & ticketing details

Accessibility

English No Barrier
Wheelchair Access

Dates & Times

Exhibition 20 Jan-8 Feb | Mon-Sun 9am-5pm plus during showtimes

Location

Gasworks Arts Park - Foyer Gallery

21 Graham St, Albert Park

Get directions

Tram

1 to stop 31

Bus

236 to Graham/Pickles St | bus 606 to Bridport/Richardson St

Event notes

Info

Premiere, New Work, Australian Premiere

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