Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision and Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga (Canterbury, Otago, Southland) :Te Waipounamu Marae Film Tour - Ōtautahi ki AwaruaSubmitted by Karen Astwood on Thu, 11/13/2014 - 18:42
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision and Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga are excited to present a programme of over 20 home movie, newsreel, and television excerpts celebrating Ngāi Tahu history, screened in seven local marae from Christchurch down to Bluff. The films, made between 1910 and 2008, feature Ngāi Tahu people, land, and traditions.
Residents and visitors to Canterbury, Otago and Southland are invited to attend Te Waipounamu Marae Film Tour - Ōtautahi ki Awarua screenings (gold coin donation entry) from 24 November to 1 December.
The Alexander Turnbull Library is presenting a series of one and two day oral history workshops in November and December.
Essentials of oral history (two day course)
Day One: Introduction to Oral History
Saturday 8 November 2014
Architectural conference (Wellington) - "a massive colonial experiment": New Zealand architecture in the 1840sSubmitted by Karen Astwood on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 17:53
"a massive colonial experiment": New Zealand architecture in the 1840s
This conference is held under the auspices of the Centre for Building Performance Research, Victoria University of Wellington
Date: Friday 5th December 2014
Venue: School of Architecture, Victoria University, Wellington
Convener: Christine McCarthy
Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy 2014
Australian Catholic University, 4-6 December
PHANZA members may have seen coverage (including in this week’s issue of the Listener) of the review of MTG Hawke’s Bay. Previously known as the Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery, the institution reopened in 2013 following a major redevelopment.
Kia ora everyone
The latest issue of Nga Mahara The Memories is on our website http://www.unescomow.org.nz/images/newsletters/unesco%20newsletter%20august%202014.pdf
Please find attached the 2014 PHANZA AGM documents, including the president's, treasurer's and secretary's reports
Journal of New Zealand Studies 17 (June 2014)
The latest issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of New Zealand Studies NS17 (2014) is available online at: http://ojs.victoria.ac.nz/jnzs/index
Jock Phillips has blogged about the joint PHANZA, Massey and Te Manawa conference held on 16 May.