Opening weekend of Light from Tate: 1700s to Now
— 10am – 5pm
Celebrate the opening of Light from Tate: 1700s to Now with a weekend of food, music, crafts and free talks.
Enjoy live music, food-truck goodies, and drop in to make your own light-inspired crafts with friends and whānau.
Explore the exhibition Light from Tate: 1700s to Now, and join a curatorial conversation that explores how light has captivated artists for over 200 years.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to immerse yourself in the entrancing, transcendent effects of light in this sensational travelling exhibition.
Free curatorial talk will be held 2–3pm Saturday. Exhibition admission additional.
Image: Alfred Sisley The Small Meadows in Spring 1880, Tate: Presented by a body of subscribers in memory of Roger Fry 1936, Photo: Tate.
10am – 5pm, each day
- Various locations
- Free | Exhibition admission additional
SOLD OUT | Light Abounds: Paint & Sip Sessions
— 6.30 – 9pm
General admission $75 (+booking fees), Members $67.50 (+booking fees) | Exhibition admission additional Book now
SOLD OUT | Light Night
Members $5, Non-Members $32, Non-Member Family $53, Children (under 16) $5 Book now
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