Art, music, film, talks, beer, wine and food. A changing programme of late-night events on the first Thursday of the month.
This month’s Tuatara Open Late line up includes a panel discussion, exhibition tours, a programme of experimental short films, and a live, ticketed performance from Samuel Flynn Scott.
Writer Tim Corballis leads a panel discussion titled ‘The World’s Way of Revealing Itself’, riffing on art, data, science and the ways we view the natural world.
Join us for 'Acoustic Geometries'—a programme of experimental short film with the theme of sound, in response to Semiconductor: The Technological Sublime, selected by Catherine Fowler, Associate Professor in Film, University of Otago. Films include: The Sound of Microclimates, Semiconductor (UK), Particles in Space, Len Lye (NZ), Let Me ASMR You, Clint Adams (Canada, 2014), Hold Your Breath, Mirjam Bromundt (Austria,2015), A to Z of Noise, Semiconductor (UK, 1999), No Stairway, Stella Brennan, (NZ, 2006), Lak-kat, Anri Sala, (Albania, 2011), and Haf-cut, Nikolai Nekh, (Portugal, 2014).
Samuel Flynn Scott will perform live in the auditorium. This is an intimate, ticketed performance—tickets $20 for adults, and $15 for students and City Gallery Friends. Spaces are limited so book soon.
Experience international art with after-hours tours of Semiconductor: The Technological Sublime and Eva Rothschild: Kosmos.
Greek Food Truck supper treats available for purchase and a Radio Active DJ.
5pm Bar and galleries open
6pm A programme of experimental short film with the theme of sound
7pm Art/Science panel discussion
8pm Exhibition tour of Semiconductor: The Technological Sublime
8.45pm Samuel Flynn Scott live performance (doors open 8.30pm)
9pm Exhibition tour of Eva Rothschild: Kosmos