| Bookings not required unless otherwise stated in event listing 

The Watercooler Issue #56: The Burnout Generation

Thu 16 May, 8.30PM – 10.00PM
Refreshments provided | Bookings required | FREE

For one night only, The Watercooler comes to the Gus Fisher Gallery for a story-telling event like no other. Inspired by the themes in the exhibition, expect captivating stories and brilliant commentary for a fun evening. Please RSVP here to attend


The Feminised Labour of Care: A consciousness-raising session with Cait Johnson & Ruby Alexander

Wed 29 May, 6.00PM – 8.00PM | Materials and refreshments provided

Why do we expect women to do certain kinds of work and not men? Join Cait and Ruby for a stimulating discussion on the relations between capitalism, women and wage labour.

Special Anniversary Heritage Tour of the former 1YA Building

Sat 1 June, 2.00PM – 3.00PM

The Gus Fisher Gallery was originally the premises of New Zealand’s first ever television broadcast in 1960. Join us on the anniversary of this broadcast for a special tour of the building’s heritage.

Lumley Centre Tours

Available on request / Self-guided

To the right of the Gus Fisher Gallery stands the towering Lumley Centre, and on its twentieth floor Billy Apple’s $100,000 Credit Held is displayed in his lawyer’s offices. Take a tour up to view the work and discover how it connects to the exhibition We’re Not Too Big to Care.

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