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Adam Art Gallery is open Labour Day weekend!


Plan a visit to the Adam Art Gallery Labour Day weekend!


Installation view of BAD VISUAL SYSTEMS: Ruth Buchanan, Judith Hopf, Marianne Wex

The Adam Art Gallery will be open regular hours this Saturday and Sunday 11am-5pm.

BAD VISUAL SYSTEMS
Ruth Buchanan, Judith Hopf, Marianne Wex

2 October – 22 December 2016

Upcoming events:
Saturday 29 October, 2pm
Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi

Marianne Wex in Wellington: roundtable discussion
Marianne Wex lived in Wellington from 1983 and 1986, making contact with local feminists and sharing her project, Let's Take Back Our Space with them. Please join us for an open mic conversation led by Christina Barton, with invited guests who met Wex at that time and were involved in the feminist foment of the era.

Saturday 5 November, 2pm
Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi

Ann Weatherall discusses feminism and psychology
Hear Professor in the School of Psychology at Victoria University of Wellington, Ann Weatherall, discuss Marianne Wex's Let's Take Back Our Space from the perspective of second-wave iterations of feminist psychology in play in the 1980s.

Visit our website for information about our public programme.

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