Past Event14 Mar 2021

Arts + Climate Innovation: Coexistence with our Natural World

No longer available

Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre

Talks & ideas

Auckland Arts Festival/Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki is pleased to announce the rescheduling of this performance to Sunday 14 March, 7.30PM, now at The Herald Theatre.

All existing tickets for this performance will remain valid for the new date without the need to exchange – no action is needed.

If you are unable to attend the rescheduled show you can apply for a full refund. We kindly ask that you submit refund requests within 14 days of notification.  Any refund requests need to be  submitted in writing to Ticketmaster.

IMPORTANT: To enter The Herald Theatre, please meet in the Aotea Centre Stalls Foyer - located on level 2 of the Aotea Centre. Staff will guide you to the Herald Theatre before the performance.


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, Bernard Makoare, 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.

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