Taken from The Suter Collection these artworks explore the history, experience and spirit of navigation and the journeys that have brought us here.
A collaborative exhibition that considers the process of, and the contexts in which, identity is formed.
A body of textile work by the Dunedin based artist Jay Hutchinson, this exhibition questions the value we place on objects and the ways in which we interact with urban environment.
Please join us at the opening of Jay Hutchinson’s exhibition. This exhibition builds on work from the last four years as well as presenting new ‘discarded’ objects and an ambitious full sized embroidered fence.
His meticulously embroidered objects reflect the indulgences of 21st century society – seductive yet destructive consumables such as fast food, tobacco and confectionery.
Also join Jay and Suter Curator Sarah McClintock 2pm, Saturday 21 September when they will discuss the exhibition and Jay’s practice.
Join Jay and Suter Curator Sarah McClintock 2pm, Saturday 21 September when they will discuss the exhibition and Jay’s practice.
The Suter Theatre film listings can be found and tickets can be purchased through State Cinema.
Tickets for individual events not hosted by State Cinema will need to be purchased through an external website, as supplied by the event organiser.
For the Nelson Film Society screenings, you can learn more about joining the film society via their website: www.nelsonfilmsociety.org.nz.
The Suter offers a variety of exhibition and ‘behind the scenes’ tours. Expert insights into historical and contemporary art, the history of The Suter, the unique Suter architecture, and the collection are just some of the topics these tours can cover.
Head over to our Events page, there might be a scheduled tour that is perfect for you!
Tours can be tailored to the specific interests of your group and should be booked at least a month in advance by contacting us.