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America's Cup Pecha Kucha: It Takes a Village

America's Cup Pecha Kucha: It Takes a Village
3 Mar 2021
Wednesday 3 March 6pm - 9pm
Design matters, whether it's creativity or boats
Event type: 
Seminar/Public Lecture
New Zealand Maritime Museum
Corner Quay and Hobson streets, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland


Two passionate and engaging Aotearoa creatives, Paris Kirby and Amiria Puia-Taylor are part of a star-studded line-up for It Takes a Village - America's Cup Short Talks, a PechaKucha event at the NZ Maritime Museum on 3 March from 6pm - 9pm.
Just as the America's Cup is more than just a sporting event, this fast-paced, fascinating night is much more than just sport.

Hear from the brilliant minds of design, engineering, writing, architecture, journalism, sport and hall of famers who will riff on everything from the importance of design to stories of the Auld Mug.

Full speakers list is:
America’s Cup Hall of Fame Inductee Thomas William Schnackenberg OBE OAM
Lawyer and author Dr Hamish Ross
Architect and sailor Finn Scott
Senior design engineer at Southern Spars Jonny Knopp
Accomplished sailor Bianca Cook
Founder of social ritual Paris Kirby
Cultural Arts Manager from The People Weaver Amiria Puia-Taylor
Women’s Sailing Manager at Yachting NZ  Rosie Chapman
Stuff daily news journalist Todd Niall
Tickets are $25 and include canapes and an Eftpos bar is available. Further details and ticket bookings are available online.

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Hui Te Ana A Tangaroa New Zealand Maritime Museum

25 Feb 2021