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North Island School Displays of The New Zealand AIDS Memorial Quilt
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School displays in the South Island
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The 1992 tour of Northland of the New Zealand AIDS Memorial Quilt
Now that The Quilt is housed at Te Papa in Wellington, most of the following is for historical information only.
At school displays, we like to talk to talk to the students in class groups (usually two classes at once) about what HIV and AIDS are, how you contract HIV, how you don't contract HIV (including condom use), and what it is like living with HIV/AIDS, as well as talking about The Quilt and letting them have a good look at it and talking about it amongst themselves and with the people accompanying The Quilt. These sessions normally take up the full hour long period, and then we do it all again with the next class, concentrating where possible on the 14 and 15 year old students, but very short .
When The Quilt is 'on tour' to a particular region, it is common to do this five or six times a day for two weeks, with a different school in a different town each day
Below are photos from some of the many Displays of The Quilt taken during various school visits in the North Island. Some are from private photograph collections while others were taken by NZ Quilt Project personnel.
The photos are arranged in approximate geographic order, from north to south, and if there are photos from more than one visit to a school, in approximate chronological order.
Penrose High School, AucklandThe first three photos are from a Visit to Penrose High School in Auckland, on the 23rd September, 1994.
St. Cuthbert's College, Epsom, Auckland
In this undated photo, the Quilt Co-ordinator is in one of his two favourite positions - leaning against a chair while addressing a class (the other favourite position is sitting in while addressing a class).
Mercury Bay School, WhitiangaThese photos are from August 1994.
Huntly CollegeHuntly College was visited on November 5th, 1996
Gisborne Maori Arts School
Spotswood High School, New PlymouthSpotswood High School was visited in June 1995 as part of The Quilt's tour of Taranaki.
New Plymouth Girls High SchoolNew Plymouth Girls High School was also visited in June 1995 as part of The Quilt's tour of Taranaki.
Opunake High SchoolAlso in Taranaki, Opunake High School was visited 14th June, 1995.
Okato19th June 1995 saw The Quilt at Okato as part of its tour of Taranaki.
Hawera High SchoolWhen The Quilt visited Taranaki in 1995, Hawera High School was one of its first stops, on the 29th and 30th May.
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