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An Exhibition Of Wearable Art Is Coming To Wellington Te Papa Museum For Two Months

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An Exhibition Of Wearable Art Is Coming To Wellington Te Papa Museum For Two Months

This looks stunning.

If you’re looking for a summer day out, Te Papa has a perfect contender. [Featured Image: World Of Wearable Art].

To immerse yourself in the world of creative outfits, it is essential that you go and view the World Of Wearable Art РUp Close exhibition.

Between December 12, 2020 and February 14, 2021, you can interact and immerse yourself in 38 pieces of wearable art. Visitors are to be blessed with incredible detail with hundreds of different materials put into making the pieces.

Designs of wearable art range from those made with 500 abandoned festival tents to a wearable Axminster carpet to those lacing materials like wood, latex, and bicycle tubes into wearable items. You’ll be able to learn how the designers made each piece and how their creative process worked.

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It’s a very unique chance to get up close to these jaw-dropping designs, so be sure not to miss it! Admission costs $22.50 for adults, and $7.50 for children.

This exhibition is strictly limited to the dates given, and tickets can be found at the Te Papa museum website.

Practical information

December 12, 2020 - February 14, 2021.
$22.50 Adults.
$7.50 Children.

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