Reflection with youth: part of Yo-Yo Ma’s Bach Project #CultureConnectsUs
Following a public event on the Ōtākaro Avon river at noon, Christchurch rangatahi/youth from across the city come together to discuss water means to us
"Ko te wai te ora ngā mea katoa. Water is the life giver of all things." From across the city, 6 young speakers come together to reflect with Yo-Yo Ma on the role of water in our diverse cultures and its importance in our futures. A free public conversation chaired by Josiah Tualamali'i . (Event in association with Bronwyn Hayward and Francis Yapp of UC Arts).
Speakers include Mia Sutherland, Bariz Shah; Nuku Tau, Sylvia Nissen, Roseanne Tia; Josiah Tualamali'i (chair) and Yo-Yo Ma.
Part of Yo-Yo Ma’s Bach Project, which explores culture’s important role in society in 36 cities on six continents.
Open to the public; free event but please reserve tickets here.
Image Credit: Jason Bell
Ilam Campus Gallery, Block 2, School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury, Ilam Campus
Friday 8 November 2019, 05:00PM
Ernest Rutherford, Room 263, University of Canterbury, Ilam Campus
Monday 2 December 2019, 12:00PM
Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities, UC Arts city location, 3 Hereford Street
Saturday 6 April 2019, 11:00AM
Kids’Skills – a simple, practical, positive, and easy-to-learn solution-focused approach to helping kids and adults alike.
Rehua Building - Ground Floor, University of Canterbury
Thursday 21 November 2019, 09:00AM