Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington
Gate 3, Kelburn Parade
Wellington 6140
New Zealand

A recording of our first Lunchtime Reading associated with In Relation: Performance Works by Peter Roche & Linda Buis 1979–1985 is now available on the Adam Art Gallery’s podcast channel. Listen in and check back later as we add new readings over the course of the exhibition.

We are delighted to learn that Louie Zalk-Neale, our 2022 AAG Intern has been selected for a month-long residency at the Taiwan Performing Arts Center in August, where they will take part in the 2023 ADAM Artist Lab which invites artists from various disciplines to explore possibilities of eco-diversity through a queer lens. As we watch Louie’s progress out in the world we are delighted to also welcome our 2023 Intern, Sally McMath. She joins us until September and will be learning on the job whilst also assisting with the development of our future programmes. Sally has a BA Hons in Art History from the University of Auckland and has been working for various galleries in Auckland including Artspace Aotearoa and Coastal Signs.

New updates are now live as part of artist Fiona Connor’s ongoing project A Letter to the Unwritten Future. Originating in the exhibition The Future is Unwritten (2009), in response to an invitation from curator Laura Preston, this fascinating project was accessioned into our Art Collection in 2019. Find out more on our collection pages here

Robyn Kahukiwa’s The Outcast (1980) and Muriranga-Whenua (1983), on loan from Ngā Puhipuhi o Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington Art Collection, are on view in The Sharjah Biennial 15: Thinking Historically in the Present. The Biennial is on until 11 June 2023.