LATE at the Museum - every second Monday of the month from August through November 2014
Now in its seventh season, the ever-evolving LATE is a series of curated evenings, which include special guests, live performances and late-night exhibition openings, with delicious food and drinks available.
Political protest and general social unrest seem to have moved almost exclusively online in the 21st century. Is this enough? Are politically-flavoured tweets a sign of our lack of engagement or the new face of political and social activism?Read more
How deep are the roots of Pacific Island culture in New Zealand music? Across the course of an evening hear from some of the key influencers behind this musical journey, accompanied by performances from Aotearoa’s top acts.Read more
What is it that drives the likes of Sir Edmund Hillary, Ernest Shackleton, or Peter Jackson to climb to new heights, explore unknown realms, or create great film odysseys? And can we bottle it?Read more
If you are what you eat then who are we as New Zealanders? First up in the this year’s LATE series we take a bite out of the mouth-watering topic of food.Read more