Saturday 30 July - Sunday 30 October
Golder Cottage, by local artist Adrienne Martyn, shows, in hyper-real photographs, the emptied-out interior of Golder Cottage. Stripped of furnishings and memorabilia the rooms are revealed as austere and unadorned colonial spaces illuminated by natural light. Golder Cottage, built by John Golder in 1876 is one of the oldest surviving colonial houses in Upper Hutt and is now presented as a museum of colonial domestic life.
Image credit: Golder Cottage, Adrienne Martyn, 2021
Proudly supported by Creative Communities Upper Hutt
TALK AND TOUR: THE GOLDER COTTAGE
Sunday 2 October | 4.00pm
Hear from local artist Adriene Martyn about her exhibition.