Wellington

Jul 7, 2018 to Sep 23, 2018
Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi
Wellington

Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi is pleased to present The earth looks upon us / Ko Papatūānuku te matua o te tangata, our latest exhibition featuring new and existing work by four Māori women artists—Ngahuia Harrison, Ana Iti, Nova Paul, and Raukura Turei—who explore their relation to and cultural connection with whenua/earth/place. Curated by Christina Barton, the exhibition has been scheduled as the Adam Art Gallery’s contribution to the Suffrage 125 celebrations.

Jul 7, 2018
Victoria University of Wellington
Wellington

NO COMMON GROUND is a one-day symposium addressing histories of feminist art, mana wahine and queer practice, co-organised by Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi, The Dowse Art Museum and Enjoy Public Art Gallery, hosted at Victoria University of Wellington.

Registration is free. Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/no-common-ground-tickets-46786288047

Registration will include refreshments. Lunch can be pre-ordered for a koha of $15, paid in cash on the day.

Jun 21, 2018
12:30PM
Adam Art Gallery
Wellington

In a recent talk at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, Elizabeth Price stated: 'I’m not trying to tiptoe in and out of the archive and I’m not intervening'. So how does Price work with museum collections? What is her interest in the archive? And what is it that moving images offer that other mediums do not?

Jun 7, 2018
6:00PM
Enjoy Public Art Gallery
Wellington

Join us for an artist talk with Hannah Valentine and Vivienne Worn during their collaborative exhibition "Looking in, breathing out" at Enjoy.

Jun 6, 2018 to Jun 30, 2018
5:30PM
Enjoy Public Art Gallery
Wellington

Bringing together the work of Hannah Valentine and Vivienne Worn, "Looking in, breathing out" focuses on the physical actions and gestures of the body. By looking closely at painterly gestures, Worn considers how to negotiate art histories. For Valentine, physical action is a way to explore the material conditions of contemporary life.

May 5, 2018
Enjoy Public Art Gallery
Wellington

Join us for an artist talk with Bronte Perry, in conversation with Sophie Davis, on the closing day of the exhibition and my heart is soft at Enjoy.

and my heart is soft is an installation of sculpture and weaving by Ange and Bronte Perry. As mother and child with Pākeha, Māori and Croatian heritage, their collaboration confronts the ideas of unknowing and re-learning, exploring gaps and incommensurabilities in cultural knowledge and whakapapa through an open-ended, materially-driven dialogue.

May 4, 2018 to May 26, 2018
10:00AM
Toi Pōneke Gallery
Wellington

Anti-body aims to draw lines between the conflicting intimacy we feel towards
an increasingly technological landscape and our innate desire to be connected
to our earth.

Through video and sculpture the artists unearth relationships between their own
bodies and metaphorical bodies created from their chosen areas of research into
gender, identity and the environment.

Apr 11, 2018 to May 5, 2018
Enjoy Public Art Gallery
Wellington

'and my heart is soft' is an installation of sculpture and weaving by Ange and Bronte Perry. As mother and child with Pākeha, Māori and Croatian heritage, their collaboration confronts the ideas of unknowing and re-learning, exploring gaps and incommensurabilities in cultural knowledge and whakapapa through an open-ended, materially-driven dialogue.

Mar 29, 2018
6:00PM
Enjoy Public Art Gallery
Wellington

Join us for an artist talk with Isabella Dampney and Theo Thursday 29 March from 6pm as part of their collaborative exhibition 'Heart of Glass'.

Apr 30, 2018
Xiamen, China
Wellington

WARE Artist Residency Xiamen, China
Call for applications

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