Kōrero with Miriama McDowell

Kōrero with Miriama McDowell

(Ngāti Hine, Ngāpuhi)

Actor, Director, Playwright

“I like the idea that you can be an activist inside your art.” – Miriama

Tauira o te Reo Māori, Intimacy Coordinator, Mum

“She’s a self-confessed deep human but the kind that’s intriguing. Think playful artist….” – Stuff

Feminist

“Looking out for your whānau, staying true to your kaupapa and sticking up for what you believe in … Miriama McDowell is the very embodiment of these qualities, both onscreen and off.”  – Capsule NZ

– Capsule NZ– Capsule NZ

Join us for a compelling night of creative fun, lively story-telling and real talk with one of Aotearoa NZ’s most celebrated performers (Whina, Head High, Waru, The Great Maiden’s Blush).

For anyone in need of some mid-winter warmth!

In kōrero with Stacey Morrison (Ngāi Tahu, Te Arawa) award-winning broadcaster, author and advocate for te reo Māori.

All genders welcome, NZSL interpreters provided.

The kōrero will be live-streamed to Facebook, and a high quality version will be uploaded to YouTube in the days following the event.

Dates Wednesday 31 July 2024
Time 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location The Fale room, Samoa House, 283 Karangahape Road (K’rd), Auckland CBD
Cost $0- $40

with
Stacey Morrison

(Ngāi Tahu, Te Arawa)

Award-winning broadcaster, author and advocate for te reo Māori.

 

Feedback from previous forums:

“The forum was loving, challenging, honest, heartfelt and relational. Perfect and left me feeling positive about change and possibilities and hope in lessening the harm that happens for wahine Māori”

“Excellent session in every way. The kōrero was smart, powerful and totally accessible; it was filled with wisdom and warmth in equal measure. Ka pai and ngā mihi nui”

“This really was a wonderful event, with inspirational wāhine toa and packed full of real life experience insights and wisdom. Ka mau te wehi! Many thanks to all involved”

Tickets

Which ticket price should I select?

We try to keep our events affordable for all. We use a sliding scale to take into account different levels of financial well-being, so that people on a low income can still afford to attend. As a gauge, we expect that people in full time employment would pay the full amount and people in part-time employment pay somewhere closer to the mid-range. It would be appropriate for students and beneficiaries to pay closer to the base end of the scale.