Tūrangawaewae – Sense of Place: Devonport Stories



As part of the Tūrangawaewae – Sense of Place exhibition, Ruth Greenaway from Tapestries ran a story booth, a space where people or groups came to record their memories and stories about Devonport. Ruth is an oral historian with 15 years’ experience in interviewing people and documentary making.

Devonport Stories Introduction
Devonport Stories Introduction 
Alison and Alysha – Fairies and Ferries
Alison and Alysha – Fairies and Ferries
Andrew Wilkinson – Two Short Stories and the Gentrification of Devonport
Andrew Wilkinson – Two Short Stories and the Gentrification of Devonport 
Diana Bond – Devonport Groups and Outings
Diana Bond – Devonport Groups and Outings 
Kate Evans – Cheltenham Mews Story
Kate Evans – Cheltenham Mews Story 
Lynette Brocklebank – 44 Years in Devonport
Lynette Brocklebank – 44 Years in Devonport 
Mike Cohen – From Kabbutz to a Local Board
Mike Cohen – From Kabbutz to a Local Board 
Robyn Gibson – Depot Artspace Story
Robyn Gibson – Depot Artspace Story 
Rodney Bowen – From India to Devonport
Rodney Bowen – From India to Devonport 
Sam McGlennon – His PHD and his Tree
Sam McGlennon – His PHD and his Tree 
Sue Lorimer – Pottery Story
Sue Lorimer – Pottery Story