2014 Programme


Talking Culture

Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium • 31 May
1045am - 4pm
Key speakers - Qiane Matata-Sipu, Ans Westra, Wayne Quilliam, Chris Rainier. Memory exists as an individual psychological faculty that creates the narrative of our lives and also as a collective culturally constructed phenomenom.
Silo 6, Silo Park • 29 May - 17 June
Daily 1030am - 430pm
A projection of images created by photography students in Auckland, China, Guatemala and the USA. Participating institutions include AUT, Elam, MIT and Whitecliffe in Auckland; Huanghe Science and Technology College, Hubei Institute of Fine Arts and Zhongyuan University of Technol- ogy in China, La Fototeca in Guatemala and Columbia College, Parsons - The New School and Washington State University in the USA
Auckland Museum • 2 June
1pm & 3pm
In association with the Auckland Festival of Photography, join us at the museum and hear from international photographers Chris Rainer and Professor Wayne Quilliam about their work with indigenous cultures through the photographic lens.
Auckland Museum • 2 June
10:30am to 2:30pm
Share Your Photographic Portfolio - Meet expert American photographer Chris Rainier, Chris Traill, FNZIPP and Geoffrey Short, Director, Photoforum-NZ to have your portfolio of work appraised. This is a drop-in session for all ages. Professional photographers and the general public are invited to bring in their work for the reviewers to see and advise on. Limited sessions available. FREE. Bookings essential.
Northart Gallery • 14 June
1030am to 230pm
Marie Shannon, Megan Jenkinson and Allan McDonald will be reviewing. Professional photographers and the general public are invited to bring in their work for the reviewers to see and advise on. Limited sessions available. FREE. Bookings essential. Public can drop by to view.
Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium • 1 June - 15 June
1pm & 3pm each Sunday
Annual series of Sunday afternoon talks, presentations and screenings on photography. Talking Culture Sunday Series is a curated public programme by the Festival and presented free to the public. Sponsored by HP.

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