The Pantograph Punch Talks
AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND
We’ve invited The Pantograph Punch – an online arts and culture journal featuring intimate artist profiles, unexpected histories, and provocative essays – to respond to the Festival programme with a series of curated talks.
Tahi: The War Room
Can we solve some of the world’s problems over breakfast?
This International Women’s Day, we’re gathering some of the most exciting, inspiring, and provocative voices in our city to set the agenda – and we’d like you to be part of the conversation.
Rua: Bad Refugee
Refugees are expected to fit a certain archetype – so what happens when they don’t?
Join our panel – featuring Golriz Ghahraman, Leonard Bell and Guled Mire, chaired by John Campbell – in a candid conversation about the myths that have shaped their experiences and the stories we aren’t hearing.
Toru: No Offence
Great art tests boundaries: it asks difficult and uncomfortable questions about who we are and what we find acceptable. But is there a line that shouldn’t be crossed?
Our chair Alice Snedden joins Chris Parker, Jessica ‘Coco’ Hansell, Lana Lopesi and Victor Rodger in an unflinching debate about whether there is anything that should be off-limits to artists – and, by implication, their audiences.
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