Quilt block for World AIDS Day 1994  [image: Gareth Watkins]

Quilt block for World AIDS Day 1994

Art, Craft and the AIDS Crisis - a panel discussion

Audio from the panel discussion Art, Craft and the AIDS Crisis held at the Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt on 26 May 2018. The event was chaired by Simon Gennard, 2017 Blumhardt Foundation/Creative New Zealand Curatorial Intern and curator of Sleeping Arrangements and featured panelists Kevin Jensen, Richard Benge and Julia Craig. A special thank you to the Dowse Art Museum and participants for allowing this event to be recorded and shared.

Quilt panels mentioned in this recording include: Brendan Pole, Ian Williams, John Chorlton, John Eade and Rudi ten Have, Leigh Teirawhiti Ransfield, Rodger Wright, Simon Morley, the Taitokerau Block and the World AIDS Day 1994 block.

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Voices: Ann Packer, David Do, Julia Craig, Kevin Jensen, Richard Benge, Simon Gennard

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Details

  • 0:00:05 - Simon Gennard (chair)
  • 0:04:00 - Kevin Jensen
  • 0:20:30 - Richard Benge
  • 0:30:15 - Julia Craig
  • 0:36:46 - Simon Gennard - questions
  • 0:57:50 - Audience questions

Citation information

URL:http://www.pridenz.com/art_craft_and_the_aids_crisis_a_panel_discussion.html
Record date:26th May 2018
Location:The Dowse Art Museum (Lower Hutt)