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Creatives & the Arts: How can they shape our Future?

12 Jun 2020
Fri 12th Jun 2020, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm NZST
There is a lot of talk about Business and Industry shaping our coming future. What about the role that Creatives and the Arts will play?
Event type: 
Art, Workshop/Seminar
Price: 
Free
Venue: 
Zoom
Address: 
https://events.humanitix.com/creatives-and-the-arts-how-can-they-shape-our-future/tickets
Region: 
Overseas, National

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Creatives & the Arts: How can they shape our Future?

There is a lot of talk about Business and Industry shaping our coming future.  What about the role that Creatives and the Arts will play?  In this panel discussion we will consider this and other questions in a relaxed format using Zoom.  

We have assembled an experienced lineup of panelists including:

  • Anne Rodda, among other cultural and arts initiatives, Michael Hill Violin Competition organiser, formerly professional Cellist and now advisor to NFP sector.  Profile here.
  • Professor Peter O'Connor, Director of the Centre for Arts and Social Transformation at Auckland University.  Profile here and a short video profile here
  • Hannah Teipo, Facility Co-ordinator of Te Oro http://www.teoro.org.nz as well as an artist in her own right.  Co-director of Malae Collective and musician SEMA. Hannah Teipo is a NZ born Indo-Cook Island artist recreating the narrative of what it means to be a Pasifika artist in New Zealand.
    Link to profile: https://www.instagram.com/sema...
     
  • Felicity Lecher, Formerly a theatre producer working across comedy, theatre and dance who has been on several boards including Red Leap Theatre and Theatre Stampede and now runs Main Reactor Ltd, chair of the Screen Sector Covid 19 Action Group.  Profile here.

The panel will be moderated by Steven Moe from seeds podcast (www.theseeds.nz) which has more than 180 interviews of inspiring people from across our country.  His profile is here.

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