Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum is a series of panel discussions recorded before an audience during LATE at the Museum - regular curated evenings which include talk, live performances, and exhibition viewing.
Four experts explore the practice and ethics of CRISPR gene editing with Russell Brown: Prof. Tim Dare, Associate Professors Peter Fineran and Maui Hudson, and Dr Heather Hendrickson. Read more Audio
The former New Zealand prime minister talks with Noelle McCarthy about sexism, power and the changing role of women in politics and international life. Read more Audio
Noelle McCarthy leads a discussion about what the #MeToo movement really means for Aotearoa/New Zealand. With Kirsty Johnston, Zoë Lawton, Rhonda Tibble and Henry Law. Read more Video, Audio
Victor Rodger explores the personal, cultural and political aspects of transgender and non-binary identity with Georgina Beyer, Lexie Matheson, Nikolai Talamahina and Aych McArdle. Read more Audio
Rose Matafeo talks with Jessie Moss, Ladi6, Dianne Swann and Geneva Alexander-Marsters about life and work for women in the music scene in Aotearoa. Read more Audio
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