When:Thursday 2 September 2010
Where: Auckland Museum
Online Bookings: $20
(plus $3 booking fee)
Time: 6.30pm - 11pm
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.
The Supercity is upon us, but past the election slogans and promises just how will Auckland transform? What role will innovative design and planning play in its transformation?
Finlay Macdonald chairs a discussion with renowned architect Pete Bossley, whose company is a signatory to the NZ Urban Design Protocol and a member of the Urban Design Forum; urban historian Dr Chris Harris who has written extensively on Auckland’s transport system and journalist Rod Oram, a frequent commentator on business, economics and innovation. More about the Panellists »
The evening’s entertainment will be provided by flautist Miho Wada and her electrifying brand of Japanese punk-jazz; The Drab Doo-Riffs and their hot-wired garage rock; composer and producer Scratch 22 and his dynamic turntable skills and Popstrangers and their exciting mix of psychedelic, pop-infused noise rock. More about the Artists »
This LATE includes a screening of animations by students from Auckland submitted to the Hamburg Animation competition.
Please enter through the Atrium. Food and a cash bar will be available.