We're bringing Who Shot Rock &
Roll to life with a series of late night events* featuring
DJs, talks, food, drink and live music.
SORRY - THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT
Tickets $15 and under - available online via
Eventfinda. There will be no door sales for this event.
TUESDAY 19 FEBRUARY
6pm - DJ
Grab some food and drink from our open late menu and enjoy tunes
from special guest DJ Leonie Hayden, editor of Rip It Up
7pm - Snapshot
Join us for a short talk on one of the photographs in Who Shot
Rock & Roll by hip hop performer, TV and radio
personality, tattooist and graphic designer Otis Frizzell.
Level 1 exhibition spaces
8pm - Live music: SJD
SJD is the nom-de-disque of Sean James Donnelly. Since his first
self-released album 3 he has unleashed a series of five stunning
records for the Round Trip Mars label.
Amongst those Lost Soul Music introduced a wider audience to
Sean's unique vision with songs like Tree People and A Boy , while
Southern Lights picked up two Tuis in the 2005 NZ Music Awards and
included Superman, You're Crying and the much licensed, The Clean
sampling From A To B Or Not To Be.
Subsequent albums Songs From A Dictaphone and Dayglo Spectres
further solidified Sean's impeccable rep with stone cold classics
like Beautiful Haze, I Wrote This Song For You and No Telling
Following a stint as co-producer and keyboard player in Neil
Finn's Pajama Club, and marshalling an all star cast for the Breast
Cancer Foundation release of Chris Knox's Not Given Lightly, Sean
has returned to his solo synthesized roots with a stunning set of
new songs on the 2012 release Elastic Wasteland.
*Please note the Gallery will close at 5pm and reopen at 6pm.
There will be five Open Late events during Who Shot Rock &
Roll - see below under 'Related Events' for more details.