A one-day seminar for arts and culture organisations held annually.
Nui te Kōrero: Talking about Diversity took place on 7 June 2017. Read the news item, see speaker videos and download resources from the day
Nui te Kōrero: Talking about Diversity (previously The Big Conversation) will examine why diversity and inclusion in the arts are important and how the arts can provide a platform for change.
These ideas will be explored through a combination of workshops, seminars and panel discussions, referring to New Zealand case studies and best practice from a diverse range of arts organisations, including an international keynote speaker.
Up to 150 places are available for people in arts organisations who lead, manage, programme and market cultural product. You're welcome to bring more than one of your team to help start a big conversation in your organisation.
“A great setting to think about new opportunities for arts organisations to engage with audiences in new and innovative ways.”
- Nui te Kōrero The Big Conversation 2016 delegate
Karl Johnstone and Abid Hussain will be the keynote speakers for Nui te Kōrero: Talking about Diversity.
Nui te Kōrero: Talking About Diversity is proudly brought to you in partnership with Auckland Live.