In this episode, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Chelsea Winstanley talks about the importance of supporting indigenous creatives in telling their own stories. As the first-ever Indigenous woman nominated for Best Film at the Academy Awards, Chelsea discusses her current project Toi Tū Toi Ora: Visual Sovereignty, a documentary following the behind-the-scenes genesis of Auckland Art Gallery’s forthcoming major exhibition of contemporary Māori art. Watch Chelsea in conversation with ‘Cultured Conversations’ host Auckland Art Gallery Director, Kirsten Lacy (Paisley), in the latest of this twelve-part digital series.
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