Storytelling and Poetry with Apirana Taylor

Storytelling and Poetry with Apirana Taylor
Storytelling and Poetry with Apirana Taylor

Event Details

Apirana Taylor is an award-winning poet and prose writer of Te Whānau a Apanui, Ngāti Porou and Ngāti Ruanui descent. Described as a ‘seer and shapeshifter, poet and warrior,’ Taylor is also a playwright, a storyteller, an actor, a painter and a musician.

Apirana will perform for us twice with a storytelling and music session for children, as well as poetry and music for adults.

This event is presented by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki in association with Auckland Arts Festival.
 

Image credits: Apirana Taylor

Date


Sat 20 Mar: 1–2pm, storytelling and music for children

Sun 21 Mar: 11am–12pm, poetry and music for adults

Location
South Atrium
Cost
FREE

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