Gallery Salamanca
Salamanca Arts Centre
65 Salamanca Place
Hobart, TAS 7004 Australia
+61 3 6223 5022 p
+61 3 6223 2077 f
Open M-F 10–5:30 / S-S 10-5

 

Latest News

Small Biz Tax Deduction

Are you a small business owner thinking about refitting and beautifying your office?

Well, now's the time to do it ~ thanks to the 'Accelerated Depreciation' rule! (See below.)

We have a wonderful selection of paintings and furniture, along with decorative artwork, currently on display.

We also have a Furniture Design Team ready to work with you on creating custom furniture to suit your exacting requirements.

So, please pop in or contact us at to discuss how we can assist you to take advantage of this great incentive.

Accelerated Depreciation  (www.budget.gov.au)

All small businesses will get an immediate tax deduction for any individual assets they buy costing less than $20,000. (Currently, the threshold sits at $1,000).

This $20,000 limit applies to each individual item. Small businesses can apply this $20,000 rule to as many individual items as they wish. These arrangements start from Budget night and continue until the end of June 2017.

Dark MOFO Has Arrived!

MONA's midwinter festival Dark MOFO is an annual pilgrimage south

celebrating the dark through large-scale public art, food, film, music, light and noise.

Dark MOFO runs June 10-21 across Hobart, with major exhibitions at Mona and Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, a new exhibition at the historic mental asylum Willow Court, a public art playground at Dark Park, international music shows at The Odeon Theatre, MAC2 and Federation Concert Hall, the annual City of Hobart Dark MOFO Winter Feast, and Nude Solstice Swim, plus more.

Tickets on sale now: www.darkmofo.net.au

(http://www.discovertasmania.com.au/event/darkmofo)


A celebration of the arts, Gallery Salamanca's mission is to support and serve artists and craftspeople by engaging the community through the sale of arts and crafts and the promotion of exhibits in Hobart. Our purpose is to support, preserve and commemorate Australian, specifically Tasmanian, handmade works and their makers.