*Auckland Arts Festival/Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki (AAF) is sadly unable to open this Thursday 4 March as planned, due to Auckland being at Alert Level 3. We are working hard to hopefully reschedule much of the activity from the first part of our programme including Arts + Climate Innovation: Coexistence with our Natural World. If you hold tickets to this show, we will inform you of the new date and time as soon as details are confirmed. The full list for 4-7 March updates can be found here: www.aaf.co.nz/about/news/aaf-2021-covid-19-response AAF's COVID-19 Ticketing Terms & Conditions here: https://www.aaf.co.nz/your-visit/your-tickets?fbclid=IwAR3NnpInHakq3IP7fl5or3qlsUh_rnHK9-pmAvQKfDxjYd9h_g1y-mltDRs#covid-19-terms-conditions*
Ko Ranginui kei runga, ko Papatūānuku kei raro, ko mātou e noho ana kei waenganui... With the sky above and the earth below, how do we inhabit the space between?
An illuminating kōrero with renowned artists and scientists Dr Daniel Hikuroa, Aigagalefili Fepulea’i-Tapua’i and Professor Dame Anne Salmond exploring how cultural knowledge, artistic expression and storytelling are inextricably linked to the world in which we live, and how a deeper understanding of these interconnections can help us to ignite transformative climate solutions.