Rnz: Smart Talk At The Auckland Museum

Informações:

Sinopsis

Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum is a series of panel discussions recorded before an audience during LATE at the Museum - regular curated evenings which include talk, live performances, and exhibition viewing.

Episodios

  • Smart Talk on PRIDE: A panel discussion about LGBTQ+ life in New Zealand

    Smart Talk on PRIDE: A panel discussion about LGBTQ+ life in New Zealand

    01/03/2020 Duración: 50min

    Chaired by Thomas Sainsbury this discussion explores LGBTQ+ life in New Zealand. It features four panellists with decades of involvement in the gay scene, as creators, advocates and agents of change: Louisa Wall MP, Prof. Welby Ings, Professor Emeritus Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, and award winning artist and filmmaker Tanu Gago.

  • A panel discussion on the role of science and traditional knowledge in caring for the Pacific Ocean

    A panel discussion on the role of science and traditional knowledge in caring for the Pacific Ocean

    24/03/2019 Duración: 45min

    Chaired by Mihingarangi Forbes, today's edition of Smart Talk from the Auckland Museum explores how scientific and traditional approaches to knowledge can inform how we care for the Pacific. 

  • A panel discussion on gene editing, ethics, and whether you should do something just because you can

    A panel discussion on gene editing, ethics, and whether you should do something just because you can

    23/12/2018 Duración: 52min

    Four experts explore the practice and ethics of CRISPR gene editing with Russell Brown: Prof. Tim Dare, Associate Professors Peter Fineran and Maui Hudson, and Dr Heather Hendrickson.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Helen Clark on women in politics and international affairs

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Helen Clark on women in politics and international affairs

    07/10/2018 Duración: 51min

    The former New Zealand prime minister talks with Noelle McCarthy about sexism, power and the changing role of women in politics and international life.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Noelle McCarthy and a panel discuss what the #MeToo movement really means

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Noelle McCarthy and a panel discuss what the #MeToo movement really means

    30/09/2018 Duración: 51min

    Noelle McCarthy leads a discussion about what the #MeToo movement really means for Aotearoa/New Zealand. With Kirsty Johnston, Zoë Lawton, Rhonda Tibble and Henry Law.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: trans and non-binary lives

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: trans and non-binary lives

    01/04/2018 Duración: 52min

    Victor Rodger explores the personal, cultural and political aspects of transgender and non-binary identity with Georgina Beyer, Lexie Matheson, Nikolai Talamahina and Aych McArdle. 

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Sexism in the music industry

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Sexism in the music industry

    26/11/2017 Duración: 40min

    Rose Matafeo talks with Jessie Moss, Ladi6, Dianne Swann and Geneva Alexander-Marsters about life and work for women in the music scene in Aotearoa.

  • Smart Talk At The Auckland Museum: Privilege is often invisible to those who have it

    Smart Talk At The Auckland Museum: Privilege is often invisible to those who have it

    19/11/2017 Duración: 47min

    Russell Brown talks about confronting entitlement with the former MP Georgina Beyer, academic Richard Pamatatau, activist Julia Amua Whaipooti and artist Tāwhanga Nopera.

  • Smart Talk At The Auckland Museum: New Zealand often subservient to bigger Allies

    Smart Talk At The Auckland Museum: New Zealand often subservient to bigger Allies

    12/11/2017 Duración: 51min

    New Zealand's international alliances are discussed by the investigative author Nicky Hager, journalist Maiki Sherman, and Law Professor Jane Kelsey, with Leonie Hayden in the chair.

  • Smart Talk At The Auckland Museum: Immigration an asset to NZ if supported well

    Smart Talk At The Auckland Museum: Immigration an asset to NZ if supported well

    13/08/2017 Duración: 51min

    Immigation is discussed by broadcaster Ali Ikram, refugee rights campaigner Dr Arama Rata, filmmaker Roseanne Liang and Massey University's Professor Paul Spoonley, with Noelle McCarthy in the chair.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Antarctica and climate change

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Antarctica and climate change

    09/04/2017 Duración: 48min

    Multimedia artist Joseph Michael, oceanographer Dr Mike Williams, Associate Professor Sandy Morrison and entrepreneur Geoff Ross talk about Antarctica with Noelle McCarthy.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: how the relationship between musicians, critics, and fans is changing

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: how the relationship between musicians, critics, and fans is changing

    20/11/2016 Duración: 49min

    Charlotte Ryan talks to Scott Maclachlan, Chip Matthews, Anna Coddington and James Milne AKA Lawrence Arabia about the state of the music scene today.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: how food and consumption in Auckland reflects the citys social fissures

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: how food and consumption in Auckland reflects the city's social fissures

    16/10/2016 Duración: 48min

    Associate Professor Damon Salesa talks with Professor Lisa Marriott, Dame Diane Robertson, Lisa King and Dr Teuila Percival about why the diet of Aucklanders depends on where they live.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: From Slacktivism to Activism

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: From Slacktivism to Activism

    11/09/2016 Duración: 52min

    Russell Brown talks with Laura O'Connell Rapira, Toby Morris, Steve Abel and Sina Brown-Davis about how online awareness can be transformed in to action which changes society.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: He Mana, He Wahine - the current state of feminism in New Zealand

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: He Mana, He Wahine - the current state of feminism in New Zealand

    14/08/2016 Duración: 51min

    The writer and musician Courtney Sina Meredith; the Maori, women's and LGBT rights advocate Dr Ngahuia Te Awekotuku; the social and critical accounting researcher Dr Pala Molisa; and the Pasifika artist Rosanna Raymond. talk with Mihingarangi.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: The First World War shaped the century which followed it

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: The First World War shaped the century which followed it

    01/05/2016 Duración: 52min

    Jim Mora discusss the impact of the First World War on the century which followed it with historians from the University of Auckland: Associate Professor Maartje Abbenhuis, Dr Felicity Barnes, and Dr Maria Armoudian.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Auckland as an island

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Auckland as an island

    15/11/2015 Duración: 48min

    The future of Auckland is the focus of a panel discussion chaired by Bill Ralston at the Auckland Museum. It features Marina Matthews from the law firm Chen Palmer; and Waikare Komene, a young architect from Otara, along with Professor Damon Salesa from the University of Auckland, and business commentator Rod Oram, well-known to RNZ listeners.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Auckland Eats Itself

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: Auckland Eats Itself

    08/11/2015 Duración: 51min

    A panel discussion about the changing nature of food and eating in Auckland. Chefs Connie Clarkson, Te Kohe Tuhaka from Marae Kai Masters and Benjamin Bayly from The Grove and Baduzzi restaurants join Professor Paul Spoonley of Massey University. Noelle McCarthy is in the chair.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: City of Shadows

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: City of Shadows

    01/11/2015 Duración: 45min

    A panel discussion about the hidden histories of Auckland. Noelle McCarthy chairs a lively conversation between Ella Henry, a street girl and drug addict in the 1970s who was befriended by James K Baxter; a former stripper turned mother and blogger Sarikha Rosli; and Michael Stevens, who grew up gay in an era when it was illegal.

  • Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: The Treaty of Waitangi

    Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum: The Treaty of Waitangi

    26/10/2015 Duración: 40min

    A panel discussion from the Auckland Museum chaired by the famous comedian Te Radar features the social entrepreneur Kiritapu Allan, Professor Paul Spoonley from Massey University, the fibre artist Suzanne Tamaki, and Leilani Tamu, a poet, social commentator and Pacific historian. Together they are exploring fresh perspectives on the Treaty of Waitangi in a session recorded in March 2015.

página 1 de 4