Installation view.
Pigs and Poison, Candice Lin, 2020.
Image Credit: Sam Hartnett.

Installation view.
Pigs and Poison, Candice Lin, 2020.
Image Credit: Sam Hartnett.

Words As Weapons

When Racism Divides Us
  • Sun 27 Sep 2020
  • 2:15—4:45PM
  • Todd Energy Learning Centre
  • Workshop
  • All welcome
  • Bookings essential
  • Free
  • Weekend Event: Sat 26 & Sun 27 Sep.

Join us for a weekend of events.

A panel and associated workshops, exploring themes raised in our current exhibition, Candice Lin’s 'Pigs and Poison' which confronts racism, migration to NZ and racialised language in times of pandemic.

On Sunday, join the panellists to delve deeper into the themes discussed the day before, as we take the time to unpack issues of racialized language in times of pandemic, and look at how we can create solutions to address a developing culture of blame.

A special separate workshop will be held for young people (aged 12-18), with everyone else attending the main workshop.

Book your tickets to the youth workshop here.

Book your tickets to the adult workshop below:

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