Adderton: house & heart of mercy is a unique, values-driven cultural space for the community to explore just and merciful responses to contemporary social issues.
Adderton is temporarily closed to visitors as of 18 March 2020 due to COVID-19. In the meantime, Adderton Everywhere takes Adderton to the people with exhibitions, workshops and events in frequently visited public spaces.
Adderton: house & heart of mercy overlooks the Brisbane River, with expansive views of the Story Bridge, Adderton—renamed in 1863 as the Convent of Our Lady of Mercy, All Hallows’—has been at the heart of the Sisters of Mercy’s work in Brisbane since 1863.
The rejuvenated Adderton: house & heart of mercy is a space for the community, focused on creativity, engagement, justice, learning and reflection.
Through the Adderton initiative, the All Hallows’ Convent opens its doors again, offering an exciting range of exhibitions and activities for visitors of all ages and from all walks of life.
Adderton is a place for you to be inspired, try new skills, connect and be valued, learn, get involved, reflect, or just relax for a while.
We look forward to welcoming you to Adderton: house & heart of mercy when Adderton is re-opened to visitors.