The community is invited to experience the exhibition through a series of events.
Celebrate Matariki at ZEALANDIA with family and friends.
Featuring live music and DJs that explore real and imagined landscapes.
A family friendly concert bringing together the stories and music of Aotearoa.
Join our Matariki Star Search and activities.
Join astrophysicist Dr Pauline Harris, of Victoria University of Wellington, as she unpacks Matariki and maramataka – the Māori lunar calendar .
Understanding how the Maori lunar calendar works.
Art, music, film, talks, beer, wine and food.
Tours at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm
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The genesis and delivery of affordable papakāinga housing at Greta Point.
Stars align as City Gallery’s Tuatara Open Late programme celebrates 5 years! Art, music, film, talks, beer, wine and food: Tuatara Open Late is a changing programme of after-dark events on the first Thursday of the month.
This Matariki, catch a talk by Heather Galbraith and Thomasin Sleigh as they take a look at Eva Rothschild: Kosmos. Pip Adam and the City Gallery Book Club return with a sci-fi reading list and panellists Whiti Hereaka, Gregory Kan and Elizabeth Knox. Experience an exhibition tour through time and space as we look at Semiconductor: The Technological Sublime.
The celebrations will finish with an intimate, ticketed performance from Nadia Reid (sold out). There will be food from Dutchy's Burger Joint and Radio Active DJ B.Lo returns. Plus birthday treats!
Sometimes it can feel like the environmental, economic and social issues the world is currently facing are too big, too overwhelming, to be dealt with by individuals. Climate change, resource limits, economic downturn, social disconnection. Surely these issues can only be properly managed by our governments?
Create a beautiful lantern to light your path into the new year ahead.
How do you present a country and its culture to an international audience through performance? Jill Allen (former New Zealand Ballet dancer for Green Are the Islands), choreographer Malia Johnston, and artistic producer Dilys Grant talk with City Gallery’s Moya Lawson.