- Revolting! The sound of protest in Aotearoa opens
Revolting! The sound of protest in Aotearoa opens
Date: Monday 27 May 2013 to Saturday 27 July 2013
Location: Turnbull Gallery, Level 1, National Library, corner Molesworth and Aitken Streets, Thorndon, Wellington
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Come and visit the new Turnbull Gallery exhibition. Runs until May 11.
Runs from 27 May to 27 July | 10am – 5pm, Monday – Saturday | Level one
Revolting! The sound of protest in Aotearoa takes a look at some of the songs and stories behind a few of our peaceful and not-so-peaceful protest movements.
Revolting includes a series of panel talks discussing New Zealand's protest music. Featuring musicians, historians, artists and activists, these talks will also include performances by some of New Zealand's finest protest singers.
17 May: Simon Grigg, Kerry Ann Lee and Redmer Yska, joined by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society
7 June: John Lake, Sam Buchanan and Don Franks, speaking and playing music