Nov242012

Who Shot Rock & Roll: Bruce Jarvis and Josh Easby on shooting music

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Bruce Jarvis, 1973. Photograph: John Miller

Overview

Bruce Jarvis is regarded by many as New Zealand's best concert photographer and Josh Easby is a former manager of Radio Hauraki and an award-winning journalist.  Join Bruce and Josh for an illustrated discussion on their experiences photographing and recording rock and roll.

Saturday 24 November - 3pm
Auditorium - free entry

Image: Bruce Jarvis at the Rolling Stones, 1973. Photograph: John Miller.

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    We'll be running a lively schedule of talks, 'rockumentary' film screenings, performances and more to help you get more out of Who Shot Rock & Roll.

Type

Talk

Date & Time

Saturday 24 November 3pm

Location

Auditorium, Lower ground level

Services

  • Wheelchair access available
  • Free
  • Wheelchairs available

Cost

Free

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