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Event costs: $19.45 ($18.00 + $1.45 fees)
A deer bone out of place, an upwardly mobile Waimate housekeeper, a secret WWII construction; stories suppressed, stories not yet written, the stories behind the stories.
In collaboration with Heritage New Zealand and the NPlew Zealand Archaeological Association, PechaKucha Night Christchurch brings you an engrossing evening of Hidden Stories. For Archaeology Week 2019, PechaKucha Night Christchurch Vol.39 will be held in the Christchurch Town Hall, newly restored and sparkling.
When: Saturday 27 April (7pm door opens, 7:30pm event starts)
Where: Limes Room, Christchurch Town Hall
Emily Fryer / Conservator / A Rainbow Gone Mad: Protecting and Conserving the Patrick Hanly Mural at the Town Hall
Abigail Hurst / Writer & Architect / Telling Architecture (the Hidden Stories of Buildings)
Robyn Burgess / Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga / A ‘top secret’ hole in the ground and other hush hush war-time construction in Selwyn
Nicholas Cable / Archaeologist / The Avon River – What Lurks Below
Janneth Gil / Photographer & Engineer / Photography: A Tool for Social Change
Clara Watson / Archaeologist / A bone with an unusual story
Olivia Spencer-Bower / Photographer / Every project has a story to tell
Kris Herbert / Journalist & Storyteller / How ‘Our Stories Project’ is turning oral history into an experience
Jessie Garland / Archaeologist and Artefact Analyst / London and Paris House: a touch of fancy in the frontier city
Abby Suszko / Kaiārahi Māori / Tangata Tiriti: The hidden story of the importance of te Tiriti to you.
Katharine Watson / Archaeologist / Miasmas and malaises
Corban Te Aika / Curator 9-5, Cultural Crackerjack 24/7 / Ōhoku whenua, ōhoku taoka
Christine Whybrew / Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga / Finding Emily Phillips
Andrew Boyd Barber / Urban Designer / Looking back to now
(PechaKucha Nights are devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture)
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