A wee reminder that you are warmly invited to the opening celebration for The A+W•NZ Timeline and the Tātuhi Drawing Archive. 5.30pm Monday 29th August.
The Timeline is celebration of women in the architectural community, making visible the gaps in the documented histories of New Zealand’s architectural profession. The A+W•NZ Timeline was was created
by Marianne Calvelo, with Joy Roxas (Designer) and Lynda Simmons (Curator).
The A+W NZ Timeline Exhibition in Nelson is kindly sponsored
Resene and NZIA – Nelson Marlborough Branch.
Alongside the timeline the Tātuhi / Drawing
Architecture: Sarah Treadwell Archive will also be exhibiting. This will be the first physical exhibition of the online archive, a digital storehouse of architectural drawings that is sponsored annually by Metalcraft.
Tātuhi / Drawing Architecture was established in 2017 in recognition of Dr Sarah Treadwell’s career
in architecture and her influence on several generations of architects, artists and thinkers. Each year, a drawing is selected by Sarah and her nominated team – the archive serving as a slow-building record of drawing styles and influences over years and decades.
Archive drawings to date include: Oceanic Study (2017) by Sarah Treadwell, Feitu’u Faiva Long Section (2018) by Lusitania Vete, Upon Constitution Hill (2019) by Matthew Boyuan Cao, Bhāvanā by Devyani Sethi, Tūrangawaewae | A Place to Stand (2021) by Jonathan Morrish and Residue of Ink
no.3 (2022) by Mikaela King.