When: Thursday, 5 August 2010
Where: Auckland Museum
Online Bookings: $20
(plus $3 booking fee)
Time: 6.30pm - 11pm
Grand Foyer entrance
Door sales: Limited door sales from 6:30pm on the night
Enquiries: For enquiries please phone 09 306 7048.
This year's season of LATE at the Museum events welcomes a year-long investigation into the theme of innovation – featuring panel discussions with this country’s leading innovators and music by our top performers.
This LATE investigates the role that cultural institutions and the entertainment industry will potentially play in the lives of future generations.
To what extent must cultural activities adapt to processes of modernisation? What will the impact of digital distribution of music, movies, television and games be on the way entertainment is made and consumed?
Finlay Macdonald is joined on the panel by John Barnett, CEO of South Pacific Pictures and Angelina Russo, Associate Professor at Melbourne's RMIT and Aidan Lang, General Director of The NBR New Zealand Opera. View the panellists »
Great Music from Pitch Black who will take over the Grand Foyer and natural history floor with a unique audiovisual experience. Nigel Wright, well known for his spacious, expansive sound pieces will perform in the Oceans Gallery. View the Artist »
Food and a cash bar will be available
Please enter via the Grand Foyer from 6:30pm