Priscilla Pitts: artists and the 1980s
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Join us to hear from Priscilla Pitts as she reflects on the artists in Embodied Knowledge in the context of 1980s feminist art.
Priscilla Pitts is a Wellington-based writer, researcher and curator. In the 1980s, Pitts was co-founder of the literary and visual arts magazine ‘Antic,’ as well as a frequent contributor to feminist magazine 'Broadsheet.' In 1998 Pitts published ‘Contemporary New Zealand Sculpture,’ which explored themes and issues that were emerging in Aotearoa in the 80s and 90s. She is well-known as the former Director of Artspace, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Otago Settlers Museum.