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four songs, played twice - Bryce Galloway

Band #5: Elvis Mavis Jarvis Davis photo by Mady Cheng
26 Jul 2019 to 17 Aug 2019
10am - 8pm weekdays, 10am - 4pm weekends
Audio, narrative and images are shared across zines*, photographs, listening posts, artefacts and a public program that extends and reflects on Galloway’s story of trying to form 12 bands in 12 month
Event type: 
Art, Exhibition, Live event
Price: 
free
Venue: 
Toi Poneke Gallery
Address: 
61 Abel Smith Street Te Aro Wellington
Region: 
Wellington

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Friday 26 July 5.30pmLive tattoo with Cam Elgar

Wednesday 7 August 6pmPanel Discussion: Mantails, Masculinity and Midlife Crisis

Saturday 17 August 1pmClosing event with live band

 

On his 50th birthday, artist Bryce Galloway got his first tattoo and posted a "bandmates wanted” flyer, attempting to start and gig with a new band every month of his 50th year. He failed. four songs, played twice  revisits his personal midlife crisis story and the nine bands Bryce did manage to get on stage that year. 

The exhibition takes the form of an ‘exploded documentary’. Audio, narrative and images are shared across zines*, photographs, listening posts, artefacts and a public program that extends and reflects on Galloway’s story.

 

Mantails, Masculinity and Midlife Crisis

Wednesday 7 August 6pm

 

A panel discussion with:

Dr Nicholas Holm – Senior Lecturer in Media studies - Massey University
Dr Vini Olsen-Reeder – Pukenga/Lecturer Te Kawa a Maui – School of Māori Studies, Victoria University
Thomas Lahood – Head Clown – Barbarian Productions

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Wellington City Council - City Arts

3 Jul 2019

Interests Wellington City Council aims to make it easy for all Wellingtonians to access and participate in the arts. It does this by supporting the arts through funding, arts programmes and advice and by providing venues and facilities such as Toi Pōneke, Wellington Arts Centre.