- Date: 22 February 2017
- Time: Wednesday, 6pm
- Cost: Free Entry (Fully Booked)
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Panels are in partnership with RNZ and will be recorded for broadcast. Stay tuned for broadcast date.
In the context of Cindy Sherman, City Gallery and Radio New Zealand present three big and lively conversations exploring contemporary feminism. Across three events, join panelists and RNZ presenters Eva Radich, Megan Whelan and Kim Hill as they explore contemporary ideas and issues around feminism, on a local and global scale.
In this third panel discussion, led by Kim Hill, speakers discuss ‘Ageing and Agency’. Cindy Sherman's recent works confront the vexed issue of ageing. Is this a golden age for 'women of a certain age'? Or, in a society that still worships youth, are older women as invisible as ever? Do women have the agency they have earned?
Ageing & Agency Speakers include:
Miranda Harcourt, actress, director, acting coach
Dr Ella Henry, Lecturer, Māori Media and Development, AUT
Jacqueline Fahey, artist and writer
Dr Claire Robinson, Professor of Communication Design, Massey University
Cash bar open before and after each panel. Cindy Sherman will remain open until the event begins—exhibition entry charges apply.
'Contemporary Feminism' talks are free, bookings essential. Book from 10 January.
Please arrive before 6pm to secure your seat.
In association with Cindy Sherman.
Other contemporary feminism panels are:
In partnership with RNZ and recorded for broadcast.