Works from the TAMA Collection
| Inga Hunter
Monday 20th July 2020 - Sunday 17th January 2021
10.00am - 4.00pm
Ararat Gallery TAMA
This exhibition is currently closed due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Please stay tuned for updates on when we will re-open.
Inga Hunter is a mixed-media artist recognised for her contribution to the development of textile and fibre art in Australia, particularly in the field of experimental dyeing and batik.
Works from the TAMA Collection exhibits the gallery’s prized works by Hunter including the sub-collection, Miniature Robes from the Archives of the Imperium, 1986-1989 and an original Work Journal gifted to the gallery by the artist in 1986. The Work Journal is a companion to works acquired by the gallery earlier in the decade, and includes developmental designs of some of her works on display.
In 2020, Ararat Gallery TAMA commissioned MDP Photography and Video to create a stop-motion video to showcase the wealth of sketches, notes and swatches held within the Work Journal. While the gallery is closed due to Level 3 COVID-19 Restrictions, we are pleased to share the video with you here: