This month's line up for Tuatara Open Late includes: Emily Perkins and the City Gallery Book Club, Alexander Maxwell presenting From Uniforms to Futurist Fashion, and the Black Panthers short documentary 'Off the Pig' (1968). Plus a last chance to see the current exhibitions after-dark.

Timetable: From 5pm: Exhibitions open, supper treats from La Boca Loca/Boquita, cash bar. DJ Kedron plays songs for "Never Never Land".

6pm: Black Panthers short documentary "Off the Pig" (1968)

6.30pm: Alexander Maxwell, historian at Victoria University, presents a short illustrated talk: "From Uniforms to Futurist Fashion".

7pm: Exhibition tour of "Arwa Alneami: Never Never Land"

7.30pm: Emily Perkins and City Gallery Book Club guests—writer Lynda Chanwai-Earle, cartoonist Dylan Horrocks, and journalist Donna Miles-Mojab—riff off the exhibition "Iconography of Revolt" with the reading list: "Persepolis" by Marjane Satrapi, "Crudo: A Novel" by Olivia Laing, and "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens.

8.45pm: Screening of SODA_JERK's "TERROR NULLIUS" (2018, R13), a 'dazzling, kinetic, mishmashed beast of an Australian film' (The Guardian)

8.45pm: Exhibition tour of "Iconography of Revolt"

City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi

  • Civic Square, 101 Wakefield Street
  • Wellington 6140