Art, music, film, talks, beer, wine, and food. A changing programme of late-night events on the first Thursday of the month.

This month: Wellington artists Isabella Loudon and Kirsty Lillico discuss their sculptural work in Unravelled.

Assistant Curator Moya Lawson presents How to Set Up an Artist-Run Initiative—a panel discussion which looks at the phenomena and potential reach of artist-run spaces in New Zealand.

Plus, Annabel Alpers—one of New Zealand’s finest exponents of electronic Music—performs live. Formally of Bachelorette, Alpers returns to New Zealand with her new project HAMERKOP. Don’t miss this live surround-sound music performance.

As always, our bar and galleries open at 5pm, there’ll be supper treats available for purchase from The Greek Food Truck, Tuatara beers, and sounds from a RadioActive DJ.


From 5pm: Exhibitions open, music from RadioActive DJ, cash bar, and dinner treats from the Greek Food Truck.

6pm: Artists Isabella Loudon and Kirsty Lillico discuss their work in exhibition Unravelled.

7pm:  Panel Discussion: How to Set Up an Artist-Run Initiative

8.45pm:  HAMERKOP perform live

10pm:     Galleries close


  • Entry by donation


  • Thu 05 Mar


  • 5:00 pm — 10:00 pm


  • Civic Square, 101 Wakefield Street
  • Wellington 6140