PART ONE OF THE PANTOGRAPH PUNCH TALKS: CAN WE SOLVE SOME OF THE WORLD’S PROBLEMS OVER BREAKFAST? (PROBABLY NOT ...BUT WE CAN MAKE A START)
This year’s Auckland Arts Festival asks a bunch of messy, knotty questions – about the stories we tell, the impact they have, and whether there are voices too dangerous to be heard. 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.
THE WAR ROOM
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.
Hosted by Johanna Cosgrove, you’re invited to an intimate breakfast where you’ll be seated with one of 20 guests to discuss a question they’re grappling with: in their fields, their lives, and their city.
Our powerhouse speakers include Miriama Kamo, Tracey McIntosh, Amber Curreen, Jackie Clark, Aych McArdle, Chelsie Preston Crayford, Cypris Afakasi, Sarah Longbottom, Barbara Ala’alatoa, Grace Stratton, Illana James, Leah Pao, Alison Mau, Alice Canton, Karamia Muller, Juliet Gerrard, Kolokesa Mahina-Tuai, JessB, Sacha Judd and Ranjna Patel.
Please note: each table has a maximum capacity of nine guests and seats will be allocated at the event.
'It’s incredibly exciting to be working with AAF on this series, and to be presenting so many voices we admire: smart voices, angry voices, playful voices, and all of them captivating. We hope to see you there.'
- The Pantograph Punch
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