Auckland Symposium Programme Announced

See below for details of the upcoming symposium – another stellar line up of wonderful presenters. See you there!

Thursday 21 March 2013

5.30-6.45 Pre-Symposium Event
Objectspace, Ponsonby Rd

Friday 22 March 2013

8.45-9.15 Registration at Auckland Museum
9.15-9.20 Introductions, welcome, etc.
9.20-10.20 Keynote I Vivien Caughley “Cook Map Samplers: Women’s Endeavours”
10.20-10.50 Christine Hellyar “Dusky Sound’s First Sighting of European Textiles”

10.50-11.15 Morning Tea

11.15-11.45 Katy Bond “Mapping a Sartorial Extension in Sixteenth-Century Costume Books”
11.45-12.15 Rosie Taylor-Davies “Whose Petticoat is this? Uncovering the secrets of a rare eighteenth century Court Mantua”
12.15-12.45 Rose Young “Mary Ann and Lady Jane”

12.45-1.30 Lunch

1.30-2.00 Lucy Hammonds and Georgina White “Gathered on the Green – fantasy, fabric and The Forerunner”
2.00-2.30 Sarah Hillary “Snapshot”
2.30-3.00 Dinah Vincent “Something creative, historical, and aesthetic”

3.00-3.20 Afternoon Tea

3.20-3.50 Patricia Te Arapo Wallace “He Kohinga Korowai” A Collection of Korowai”
3.50-4.20 Alice Tyler “Pip Culbert: the Art of “Seaming”
4.20-4.50 Natalie Smith “WOW Now: The NZ Wearable Art Awards 25 Years On”

5.00 AGM

6.30 Conference Dinner at “TriBeCa” Restaurant

Saturday 23 March 2013

8.50 Registration, etc. at Old Government House,(Corner of Princes St & Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland CBD)
9.00 Introduction
9.10-9.40 Michael Marendy “Building Exhibitions through Community Engagement”
9.40-10.10 Stella Lange “Who was that?”
10.10-10.40 Miranda Smitheram “Digital Craft: a new future for historic textiles?”

10.40-11.00 Morning Tea

11.00-12.00 Keynote II Glynis Jones “Faith fashion fusion – Muslim women’s style in Australia”
12.00-12.30 Claire Regnault “Of Angels and Bears: The New Zealand AIDS Memorial Quilt”

12.30-1.15 Lunch

1.15-1.45 Puawai Cairns “The Uniformed History of Māori: kākahu of note in the Uniformity: Cracking the Dress Code Exhibition at Te Papa”

1.45-2.15 Elly van de Wijdeven “Paua shell as clothing accessory from Classic Maori culture to Post-War contemporary New Zealand fashion”

2.15-2.45 Janice Chandler “Ancient and Modern Fabrics from Samarkand and Beyond”

2.45-3.15 Afternoon Tea

3.15-3.45 Jane Malthus and Moira White “FURtive gathering: Identifying Furs in Otago Museum’s Collection”
3.45-4.15 Nicole van Heerden and Karalisa Dantas “Forgotten Dresses”

4.15 Close

4.30 Adjourn to Gus Fisher Gallery for exhibition and informal glass of wine

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