Pecha Kucha vol. 52 - Where City Meets Sea

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Richelle Kahui-McConnell speaking at Pecha Kucha at the museum.

The museum hosted a second Pecha Kucha on 23rd February 2017 in collaboration with Pecha Kucha Auckland. The event was inspired by the ‘At The Water’s Edge’ exhibition which was on at the Edmiston Gallery from November 2016 - February 2017. This Pecha Kucha was on the theme ‘where city meets sea.’ Presenters were:

John Miller - Documentary Photographer - Remembering Takaparawhau - Bastion Point, 40 Years After
Mark Graham - KIWA - A Purpose for Auckland’s Iconic Waterfront Building
Lewis Booth, Leena Kheir, Beckham Low, Lucy Vete - UOA students, architecture School - KIWA-Whare Mauri of the Pacific
Myfanwy Eaves - Archeologist - Tasman vs Pacific, Manukau vs Waitemata, Lord Auckland vs Onehunga
Tamsin Hanly - Educationalist - On her recent decolonised curriculum for schools
Christopher Dempsey - Cycling Advocate - Waitemata Local Board
Matt Ball - Head of Communications, Ports of Auckland - Behind the Red Fence
Simon van Praag - Director, Fresh Concept - The waters edge - The great connector
Richelle Kahui-McConnell - Environmental and Social Capital Broker - Manager of Aotearoa’s only Hapu based mussel reef restoration programme on behalf of Ngati Whatua Orakei
 

You can watch the full presentation in this video.