Celebrating the Tasmanian Landscape – at the Clarendon Arms, Evandale

Every year Handmark holds a special landscape exhibition to coincide with the Glover Prize, and also to celebrate this eagerly anticipated event on the arts calendar. Until his death in 1849, artist, John Glover, famously captured the vistas around his Evandale home, and now every March the prestigious prize in his  honour draws art enthusiasts in droves to the historic village.

In fact, over 20 of Handmark’s wonderful artists are currently busy putting the final touches to the works they have especially created for the pop-up exhibition, which will be held at the beautifully restored Clarendon Arms Hotel. And, while a March trip to this northern midlands village is a must for art buffs, it is just as enticing for lovers of fabulous Tasmanian food and wine.

Handmark’s Celebrating the Tasmanian Landscape kicks off on Friday March 4, where you can enjoy some live music and drinks along with great art. But why not make a night of it.  Stay for dinner, and a taste of fantastic Tasmanian produce, at the Clarendon Arms.

Celebrating the Tasmanian Landscape opens from 5:00pm on March 4 at the Clarendon Arms Hotel in Evandale, until April 4.