Talking Culture - Film: Sense of Place, Robin Morrison

Talking Culture • Te Kōrero Ahurea

Freeview CH 200 • 11 June

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8pm 11 June
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Freeview CH 200
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Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
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Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision presents this fascinating insight into the life and work of New Zealand photographer Robin Morrison.

Screening on TV-Freeview CH200, The part biography, part road movie, part slideshow–film takes you into the world of the photographer to reveal the essence of his relationships with his subjects. Morrison talks about the inspiration for his book South Island from the Road. A self-proclaimed ‘photographer of New Zealand characters’, Morrison was one of New Zealand’s most outstanding photographers for more than two decades.

Ellen Melville Centre will host a screening from 12pm(noon) on Thurs 28 May
LIMITED NUMBERS - 10 people or fewer can occupy a single room, social distancing rules - contactless check-in process
Ellen Melville Centre, Freyberg Pl, cnr High St and Freyberg Pl

From material preserved and made available by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision. Courtesy of John Bates.

Freeview CH 200 • 11 Pipiri

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8pm 11 June
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Freeview CH 200
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Ngā Tohunga Toi
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Disclosures Taonga te Oro me te Kite i tēnei ātahu insight ki te ora me te mahi i Aotearoa kaitangowhakaahua Robin Morrison.

Rewi i roto i ngā HŌTAKA-Freeview CH200, Te wāhanga haurongo, Te wāhanga o te whitiāhua, Te wāhanga o te whakaaturanga o te kiriata, ka taea e koe ki te ao o te kaitangowhakaahua te whakaatu i te iho o ōna mahi ki tōna kaupapa. Morrison wawautia mo te whakanga mo tana āhua o te Tonga o tana pukapuka i te Huarahi.

Robin Morrision portrait

Sense of Place. Robin Morrison Photographer. Stills Collection, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision. Courtesy of John Bates.

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