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LATE: Of Gods and Men

LATE: Demeter - Regrowth and New Life

Past Event
Thursday, 4 July 2013

Rangitoto and Cabbage Tree, Auckland

© Robin MorrisonAuckland War Memorial Museum, Pictorial Collection

What would Demeter make of the vast food producing factories, increasing populations calling on decreasing food supplies and the remarkable acceleration with which the earth has warmed? Moderator Wallace Chapman puts this question to his guests, including 2013 New Zealander of the year, Professor Dame Anne Salmond, Professor Paul Tapsell of the University of Otago, and Professor Michael Walker of the University of Auckland.

Great Music and Dance

Nohopuku, a multimedia dance and music production by Louise Potiki Bryant set to music by Pitch Black's Paddy Free was followed by a set from Base FM's DJ Kina Cuts.

Cover of the Future Museum plan

The Late 2013 Broadsheet

Featuring essays from Noelle McCarthy, Russell Brown and Wallace Chapman plus photos by Robin Morrison.

  • Join us in our Event Centre with moderators, Wallace Chapman, Noelle McCarthy and Russell Brown alongside some of New Zealand's top thinkers as they discuss the basic premise that if an ancient God dropped into the Domain on a Thursday night over the next seven months — just what would they make of the realm they once ruled?
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  • Join us in our Event Centre with moderators, Wallace Chapman, Noelle McCarthy and Russell Brown alongside some of New Zealand's top thinkers as they discuss the basic premise that if an ancient God dropped into the Domain on a Thursday night over the next seven months — just what would they make of the realm they once ruled?
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