28/05/2018 - 6:00pm

Monday 28 May, 6.00pm–7.00pm, doors open 5.45pm
City Gallery Wellington, Civic Square, Wellington
All welcome, no RSVP needed

02/06/2018 - 4:00pm

Max Harris, Bernard Hickey, Emma Espiner and Todd Muller MP.

Who do we want to be as people and as a nation, what are the hurdles we have to overcome to achieve a better, fairer country and how do we clear them – and is there even only one kind of New Zealand and one kind of New Zealander? Our panellists – financial journalist Bernard Hickey, medical student and writer Emma Espiner (Ngāti Tukorehe, Ngāti Porou) and Bay of Plenty National MP Todd Muller – talk to Max Harris (author of The New Zealand Project) about the shape of the future.

X Space, Baycourt, Tauranga

03/06/2018 - 2:30pm

Glenn Colquhoun and David Galler, who have helped create an online space for medical professionals to share their experiences, talk to Emma Espiner. Poet and Horowhenua youth clinic GP Glenn and David, a 26-year veteran of Middlemore Hospital’s intensive care unit, discuss the language of caring – which includes death and disability – and how working with people constantly surprises them.

X Space, Baycourt, Tauranga

01/06/2018 - 5:30pm

Twenty-nine-year-old Max Harris, who holds a joint arts and law degree from Auckland University, has worked for Chief Justice Sian Elias, Helen Clark at the UNDP and is a former Rhodes Scholar who is completing his PhD at Oxford University. His 2017 book The New Zealand Project aims to ignite discussion about how this country might move into a positive future. Max invites disagreement and in his book challenges people to come up with their own New Zealand Project.

X Space, Baycourt, Tauranga

08/07/2018 - 4:00pm

4-5pm, Sunday 8 July, Boathouse Theatre, $20 - Atholl Anderson in conversation with Ron Crosby

18/05/2018 - 10:00am

In 1817, the young Ngare Raumati chief Tuai set off on a two-year trip to England, one of the first Māori to venture to Europe. Almost one hundred years later in 1908, Katherine Mansfield left Wellington to make a home in England.

19/05/2018 - 4:00pm
In Island Time Damon Salesa argues that while NZ has passively allowed a tacit segregation to take hold between Pakeha and Pasifika, the future of this country is Pacific, whether we are ready or not.