Coming Events › Talk
At this one off event join Christine in discussion with Bronwyn Labrum, Head of New Zealand and Pacific Cultures at Te Papa, to journey through Christine’s collection, take a look at memorabilia from New Zealand’s golden era and explore ideas of collecting and preserving our nation’s history through two very different perspectives…
Mariya Kalachova, Lead Animator at Weta, will take us through how animators have attempted to share the magic of Alice’s story on the big screen throughout the ages. Why is this story, written in 1865, an undoubtedly bizarre and complicated tale, so extremely popular to adapt to film?
This ticket is for all 4 talks happening throughout February covering ideas around animation, language, mental health and feminism and creativity. includes a chance to see the exhibition and a themed canape and a drink, with a cash bar available throughout the night.
Join translator and academic Tom Roa to delve into the topic of translators as co-authors with original storytellers. Tom translated Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland into Te Reo and faced some interesting challenges in the process.
Join some of the best creatives in New Zealand for a lively discussion around contemporary feminine creative practices and utilising art and storytelling to represent untold perspectives and to challenge the status quo.
Join us for a lively discussion amongst some of the most forward thinking professionals in the wellbeing and creative industries to explore how they are making space for some childhood wonder and why this is important to workplace happiness and mental health.
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