Explosive Archaeology

Explosive Archaeology

Sunday 2 September 2018, 10:00am—11:00am

In this session devised by online arts and culture journal "The Pantograph Punch", poet Tayi Tibble, curator Jennifer Shields, novelist Brannavan Gnanalingam and writer and academic Erin Harrington discuss the underappreciated artists they love – writers, artists, theatre-makers and musicians who are close to their hearts but far from a shared limelight – and what it means to be part of (or not) a national canon.

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In this session devised by online arts and culture journal "The Pantograph Punch", poet Tayi Tibble, curator Jennifer Shields, novelist Brannavan Gnanalingam and writer and academic Erin Harrington discuss the underappreciated artists they love – writers, artists, theatre-makers and musicians who are close to their hearts but far from a shared limelight – and what it means to be part of (or not) a national canon. Chaired by "The Pantograph Punch" editor-in-chief Lana Lopesi.

The Chamber, The Piano
Christchurch, New Zealand

The Chamber has wooden paneling, a sprung floor and silent air conditioning. The Chamber has excellent acoustics for music and is ideally suited to dance, drama, public seminars, meetings, presentations and workshops.

Address: 156 Armagh Street
Christchurch
Canterbury
Phone: 03 3775000
Web: www.thepiano.nz