Time to make a song and dance : cultural revolt in Auckland in the 1960s / Murray Edmond.

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Published: Pokeno : Atuanui Press, 2021.
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300 |a xxi, 360 pages :  |b illustrations ;  |c 20 cm 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0 |a Preface: Listening for the screaming -- PART ONE -- Chapter one: The Sixties were a woeful time : Donna Awatere and Vanya Lowry remember their fathers -- Chapter two: Sex and the City : Anna Hoffman's progress -- Chapter three: The Golden City on the fussy train : the scupltress, the poet, the exotic dancer and the ariki -- Chapter four: A man I am proud to call a friend : Ronald Barker and Auckland's first professional theatre -- Chapter five: The buttock of a dead cow : Barbara Hepworth sidesteps Tom Pearce -- PART TWO -- Chapter six: I don't stand for the Queen : festival bombshell needed -- Chapter seven: Beards, barefeet and jeans ( jalopies at the kerbside) : Auckland goes to the movies -- Chapter eight: A fine mate you turned out to be : the artist, gender and fiction -- PART THREE -- Chapter nine: The starving communist in the Band Rotunda : performing protest in Auckland -- Chapter ten: This sort of thing doesn't happen in Dunedin : the Auckland Bombings, 1969-1970. -- LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS: -- Janet Frame and her niece Pamela Gordon outside the caravan at Pamela's family home in Northcote, Oct. 1963 -- King Farouk and Gertrude Stein: Vanya Lowry with father, Bob, ready for the Auckland University Arts Ball, May 1963 -- Anna Hoffmann posing, Michael Illingworth and Bob Lowry alongside, doorway of Queen's Ferry, Vulcan Lane, 1960 -- Te Ariki, The Maori Chief, Molly Macalister's sculpture , at the bottom of Queen Street, July 1967 -- The opening of the Vivien Leigh Theatre, Feb.1962, Sir Douglas Robb, Vivien Leigh, Ronald Barker -- Torso II goes on display, Auckland City Art Gal­lery, Sept. 1963 -- The Bluestars: John Harris, Murray Savidan, Rick van Bokhoven, Jim Crowley, 1966 -- Shooting Runaway in Auckland suburbia: David Manning (Colin Broadley) and his Father (William Johnstone) and film crew, 1964 -- Barry Crump and Jean Watson on their sloopWaterwitch, Cooktown, north of Cairns, 1962 -- Dr Stephen Taylor leaving Albert Park with his wife after his 40-day fast, Aug. 1970 -- Main Doors of the Supreme Court, Waterloo Quadrant, after bombing, March 1970 -- Beheaded statue of Hori Kerei (George Grey), Albert Park, Waitangi Day, 1987. 
520 |a "The 1960s were a period of radical conflict, when the desire for a new, socially defiant freedom affected every aspect of New Zealand culture: theatre, the visual arts, Māori activism, rock 'n' roll, literature, feminism, NZ film, direct action, culminating in a series of bombings that rocked Auckland at the end of the decade"--Back cover. 
650 0 |a Social change  |z New Zealand  |z Auckland. 
651 0 |a Auckland (N.Z.)  |x History  |y 20th century. 
991 |a 2021-11-23 
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