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The Planet FM Annual General Meeting is coming up.
Please join us this Sunday June 23rd at 2pm at the station.
We hope to see all our members there! If you haven't received your invitation or agenda, please contact Christine.
Humble household objects with a harrowing story to tell are the heroes of Alive, a compelling exhibition by award-winning Cambodian artist Kim Hak and developed by Objectspace gallery as part of an international tour to mark the 40th anniversary of the surrender of the Khmer Rouge regime.
When Pol Pot’s brutal army ordered 2 million citizens of Phnom Penh out of the city to work in the fields as part of the programme of agricultural reform, they were only able to take very few possessions. They gathered up only what was most precious and most practical.
Alive is a showcase of 40 photographic works and some of the actual objects that sustained the body and spirit of Cambodians forced to flee their home in the mid-1970s. Included in the exhibition are photographs of items that belong to 12 families who eventually relocated to New Zealand.
On June 2 to July 20 at Objectspace, 13 Rose Road, Ponsonby.
For further information visit objectspace.org.nz
Vunilagi Vou is a new contemporary Pacific art gallery, community and consultancy space hosting a monthly programme of exhibitions profiling contemporary Pacific art, artists and ideas. The gallery is a site for sales, experimentation, re-thinking and embedding Pacific art in Pacific space.
Vunilagi Vou also produces a range of community projects including events, research, community consultation and workshops.
Address: Shop 4, 256 Great South Road, Ōtāhuhu, South Auckland.
A free seminar focusing on topics relating to women & families living with HIV. Attendance is open to all health professionals, health promoters, counselors, social workers and others working in HIV as well as people living with HIV.
When: Fri, 21 June 2019 9:00am– 3:15pm
Where: Sorrento In the Park, 670 Manukau Rd, Royal Oak
To see the programme and to register at eventbrite.co.nz