Skip to main content
FOMAnipaluna / HOBART 24—26 FEBRUARY 2023


James Webb


Recordings of prayer, song, and vocal worship, gathered from all over the state. Prostrate yourself, and listen. Get your free ticket here.

Friday 17–Sunday 19 February, 1pm–4.30pm (included in Old Tafe Sessions ticket)
reUNIÓN district, 10-16 Wellington Street, Launceston

Friday 24–Sunday 26 February, 10am–4pm
Continues until 9 March
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Dunn Place, nipaluna / Hobart

Accessibility Information

reUNIÓN district

Full wheelchair access

Paterson Street entrance is fully accessible. The Wellington Street entrance is accessible via a ramp, but it does have a narrow point.

Partial wheelchair access
There are lifts within the building for those with accessibility needs.

Accessible parking nearby

Accessible parking at Paterson Street West (79–83 Paterson Street) with seven accessible spaces, lift and accessible toilet (cubicle open 24 / 7). This carpark is 150m from the venue.

Accessible toilets

There are 2 accessible toilets total on site—one in B block ground floor, and one in A block ground floor. See Mona Foma staff if you're having trouble finding them.

Quiet spaces/break out rooms for sensory relief

Block A, Room A1-04 (ground floor). See Mona Foma staff if you need assistance.

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Physical access

There is level access to all public areas of TMAG and elevators are available for movement between levels.

Accessible parking nearby

There are accessible parking spaces in the Dunn Place car park, Market Place car park, and streets nearby. See the Hobart City council's Mobility Map for details.


Photographer: Anthea Pokroy

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Festivals Australia program.