When: Thursday, 4 November 10
Where: Auckland Museum
Online Bookings: $20
(plus $3 booking fee)
Members: 2-for-1 tickets
Entry via southern Grand Foyer
Time: 6.30pm - 11pm
Door sales: Limited general door sales from 6.30pm on the night, Members please present your membership card.
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.
Finlay Macdonald chairs a discussion with Simon Terry, Executive Director Sustainability Council of New Zealand; Guy Salmon, well-known environmental specialist and third generation conservationist; and Nandor Tanczos, high-profile campaigner for environmental issues, justice and constitutional reform, and Green Party MP from 1999 until 2008.
Finlay and guests will discuss the future environment of New Zealand. How will we innovate in the face of climate change? Can we really attain sustainability? More about the Panel »
Following the panel discussion you are welcome to join a 'Cafe Conversation' event facilitated by Leadership NZ in the APEC room adjaecent to the Maori Court from 8.45pm. This is an opportunity to brainstorm solutions with other guests around the issues raised during the panel discussion. Limited to 40 guests, running time is 45 minutes.
Entertainment in various galleries curated by Karl Steven (Supergroove) including: Three Houses Down, the Greater Auckland Chorus, the NZTrio, The B-Sides, Mahuia of the Exiles, The Situations, Mat "Flick" Brennan, and Jim Langabeer. More about the Artists »
Please enter through the Grand Foyer. Food and a cash bar will be available.