Art, music, film, talks, beer, wine, and food. A changing programme of late-night events on the first Thursday of the month.
Look at the stars with Semiconductor: The Technological Sublime, take in a lecture on observatories through time with Haritina Mogoșanu, enjoy a talk with Sarah Hopkinson in the exhibition Eva Rothschild: Kosmos, plus a screening of Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen followed by a Q+A. Unfortunately, we've had to cancel Sarah Hopkinson’s talk on Eva Rothschild. This has been replaced with a tour of Eva Rothschild: Kosmos and Semiconductor: The Technological Sublime. We’re sorry for the inconvenience.
Haritina Mogoșanu's lecture—Observatories through Time: From Stonehenge to the Hubble—explores the history of observatories and our curiosity about the matter constituting both humans and stars.
Merata Mita—pioneering Māori filmmaker and international champion of indigenous cinema and women in film—is celebrated by her youngest son, archivist Heperi Mita, collaborating with his siblings to deliver a richly personal portrait. Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen has played at the 2019 Sundance, Berlin, and Sydney film festivals. Dir Heperi Mita | 90mins | 2018.
As always, our bar and galleries open at 5pm, there will be supper treats available for purchase from Zaaffran/Taste of Morocco, Tuatara beers, and sounds from Radio Active DJ Antsman.
5pm: Galleries open, Radio Active DJ Antsman, Zaaffran/Taste of Morocco serving delicious treats, and cash bar
6pm: Tour of Eva Rothschild: Kosmos and Semiconductor: The Technological Sublime
7pm: Haritina Mogosanu on Observatories through Time: From Stonehenge to the Hubble
8.15pm: Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen screening and Q+A with director Heperi Mita
Entry to Open Late is by donation. No bookings necessary, all welcome.