Join us for a panel discussion around the opportunities and concerns for New Zealand women artists in the 21st century inspired by the work of Anne McCahon.
This event is held conjunction with the Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery exhibition A Table of One’s Own: The Creative Life of Anne McCahon, which celebrates the tenth anniversary of McCahon House.
List of speakers:
Vivienne Stone is the McCahon House director and a producer who in her 20-year career has worked across most of the arts mediums and in both the arts and commercial sectors.
Judy Darragh is a renowned New Zealand artist known for her brightly coloured sculptural collections of found objects, recycled items and industrial materials.
Jessica Douglas is one of the researchers for the Anne McCahon exhibition at Te Uru and is currently writing her MA thesis.
Jacqueline Fahey (ONZM) is a New Zealand painter and writer.
Lisa Reihana is a multi-disciplinary artist of Maori (Nga Puhi) descent who has contributed in powerful ways to multimedia, photography, sculpture and screen culture in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Sarah Smuts-Kennedy is an art practitioner and has just recently completed her McCahon House Residency.
Imogen Taylor is a painter based in Auckland and is the current artist in residence at McCahon House.
- Auditorium, lower ground level
- Free entry