Saturday 9 March
10 am - 12 pm
Register with Essi Airisniemi: firstname.lastname@example.org by
Monday 4 March.
Due to a very limited amount of spaces available, we request that attendees RSVP only if they are able to commit to the workshop schedule.
How can Pākehā/white artists advocate for racial justice?
A collaboration between Te Whare Hēra and Toi Pōneke Arts Centre, this workshop follows Whiteness: a blinding view, a public talk on white power and privilege. The workshop, facilitated by our current artist in residence Latham Zearfoss, is intended to provide an exploratory space for Pākehā/white artists to engage with racial justice effectively and ethically. Come with hard questions and together we will workshop some real-world solutions. While this event is geared towards encouraging and empowering Pākehā/white artists to become greater advocates for racial justice, everyone is welcome to join and contribute.
In conjunction with
Whiteness: a blinding view
Public talk with Madeline McNamara and Latham Zearfoss
Monday 4 March, 7-8 pm
Upper Chamber, Toi Pōneke Arts Centre,
61 Abel Smith Street