Past Event

A Mycelium Meal

Tāite 10 Pēpuere

Thursday 10 February


16 Dowling street

Image: Supplied by artist

Image: Supplied by artist

Join us for a shared meal with a menu designed by artist Georgette Brown. This meal will take inspiration from Georgette's current exhibition I See Mycelium / I Hear the Sound of Breaking Glass which is a multi-media love letter to fungi and mycelium. 

This meal is the first in a series of artist-led projects which invite people into the gallery to share a meal together.

This event is free to attend and all ages are welcome.
Please RSVP including your name and contact number to or 03 479 0197 by Tuesday 8 February.

Covid-19 guidelines for this event:

Please practice 1m social distancing
Bring your vaccine pass
Wear your mask
Stay home if you are unwell, we will see you another time!

Georgette Brown

Georgette Brown is a Pōneke Wellington-based artist and musician. She attributes much of her art practice to her formative years, spent living deep within a eucalyptus forest in Australia. Over the past few years, Georgette has exhibited at a range of artist-run and project spaces around the country, including Enjoy Contemporary Art Space, Neo Gracie, Satchi Saatchi & Saatchi, Window, MEANWHILE, Play_station, and Blue Oyster Art Project Space. Georgette has a BFA from Massey University Wellington and plays drums in WOMB, a band composed of her and her two siblings.