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Olga de Amaral, Coraza En Dos Colores 1973, dyed horse hair, sisal, pink hand spun wool, bound rope, 400 x 160cm
© The artist, Ararat Gallery TAMA, and Ararat Rural City Council. Photo: Terence Bogue

Works from the TAMA Collection

Featuring works by Olga de Amaral, Lucy Irvine and Tim Gresham.


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Saturday 25th March - Sunday 3rd September 2023


10.00am - 4.00pm


Ararat Gallery TAMA



Ararat Gallery was established in 1968 as a few small rooms in the Old Municipal Offices of the Ararat Town Hall. Taking inspiration from Ararat’s historical association with fine merino wool production, we have been committed to exhibiting and collecting textile and fibre art since the 1970s.

We have over a thousand artworks and objects in our collection, including quilts, tapestries, baskets, embroideries, and weavings.

Over the last 55 years the Gallery space has increased significantly, most recently during the Arts Precinct Redevelopment Project, completed in August 2018. During that project, the Gallery doubled its exhibition and collection spaces, and in recognition of its significant textile collection was renamed Ararat Gallery TAMA – Textile Art Museum Australia.

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