'The Great South Road is a route through time as well as space,' says Scott Hamilton. Built in 1862 to connect Auckland to the Waikato and beyond, it has been a thoroughfare for invaders, refugees, hawkers, speculators, farmers, miners, bootleggers, prisoners on the lam, protesters, preachers, and teenage racers. Hamilton, recipient of the inaugural Auckland Mayoral Literary Award for his multi-media project on the road, surveys its history.
- Auditorium, lower ground level
- $12.50 – $25