Wed, 25 Jan|
Studio One Toi Tū Gallery K'Rd Pop Up
'SEEN & HEARD' Exhibit by Fiona Clark
Time & Location
25 Jan, 5:00 pm – 23 Feb, 7:00 pm
Studio One Toi Tū Gallery K'Rd Pop Up, 238 Karangahape Road, Auckland.
About the event
An exhibit by Fiona Clark celebrating the courage, strength, and tenacity of our lesbian sapphic communities over the 50 years since Gay Liberation. Fiona will present new photographic portraits, as well as photos from her archive depicting the complexities of our identities and shared cultural experience. This exhibit will embrace those complexities, and looks to champion a collective spirit and elevate lesbian sapphic voices back onto K'Rd for Auckland Pride, so often the backdrop to our collective lives.
The Charlotte Museum will support Fiona by including items from our collections that compliment the works on show. Through this collaboration our communities can engage with a creative expression of narratives that reflect who we are and the cultural experience in which we all play a part.
Opening Event: Wednesday 25 Feb 5pm - 7pm
Special Event Day: Saturday 28 Feb 10am – 4pm.
Visit the exhibit dressed as who you are with pride. Wear a favourite lesbian sapphic t-shirt, or a pair of bedazzled rainbow doc martens, or something vintage from a protest or celebration…. whatever you decide celebrates our collective spirit best! Fiona Clark will be capturing the moment taking portraits, adding to the exhibit’s depiction of our collective cultural expression.
Film Screening “Fiona Clark: Unafraid”: Friday 17 Feb 7pm, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki Theatre.
A special screening of the film is being held as part of the exhibition programme and will include a q&a with filmmaker Lula Cucchiara and artist Fiona Clark.
Tickets for youth/students and gold card holders $20, and general admission $25.
Bookings via the event listing and our website https://www.charlottemuseum.co.nz/events
Closing Event: Thursday 23 Feb, 5pm – 7pm.