The LatAm CAPE in association with Victoria University of Wellington, invites you to free workshops on
New Zealanders in the cultural and creative sectors are increasingly working internationally whether through exhibitions, creative projects, professional exchanges, internship programmes, joint research projects and digital media.
This half-day workshop (8.45am-1:00pm) will equip you with the skills to engage with Latin America to build enduring and productive cultural/creative partnerships, enhance your practice and increase your impact at the local, national and international level.
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Grounded in the latest theory and research, this workshop includes real-world examples, personal stories, practical tools and tailored advice for engaging with the cultural sector in Latin America.
You will hear from speakers with first-hand experience of cross-cultural collaboration between New Zealand and Latin America on topics including:
Who should attend:
Professionals working in New Zealand’s cultural and creative sectors (including galleries, museums, archives and libraries, film, music, broadcasting, design and digital technologies, literature, performing and visual arts) interested in:
Associate Professor Lee Davidson, Museum & Heritage Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, and Professor Leticia Pérez, School of Conservation, Restoration & Museography, Mexico, have had a successful 7-year collaborative partnership. They are the authors of Cosmopolitan Ambassadors: International exhibitions, cultural diplomacy and the polycentral museum (2019, Vernon Press) which explores the 6-year collaboration between Te Papa and the Mexican government involving the exhibitions E Tū Ake: Standing Strong and Aztecs: Conquest and Glory. They have a wide experience of working across cultures, languages, countries, and institutions, and are experienced facilitators of workshops and symposia for cultural sector professionals.
Cost: this workshop is fully funded by the Latin America Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence.