Pacific Long Table: Walking into the Future with our Eyes on the Past

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National Maritime Museum

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Talofa, Kia Ora, Malo e Lelei, Kia Orana, Fakaalofa Lahi Atu, Bula Vinaka, Warm Pacific Greetings

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Pacific Long Table: Walking into the Future with our Eyes on the Past
at the at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

The National Maritime Museum in London is currently developing a permanent Pacific Exploration Gallery relating to British exploration and the Pacific. The Gallery will include elements of Maori and Pacific islander culture, past, present and future. As part of this development we are holding a series of events, with artist Daniel Baker, to help us shape the form and content of the Gallery.

We would love you to be involved. We are inviting a small group of artists, thinkers, academics, colleagues and friends to a special event and discussion about the past, present and future of Pacific cultures, with a specific focus on Polynesia, the South Pacific and Aotearoa / New Zealand.

Saturday 27th of February 2016 from 2.30-4.30pm

You can attend and contribute to the discussion, or simply listen to the opinions and ideas of our guests. As places are limited please do sign up to confirm your place.

If you need further information, contact Daniel: 07879 852916 / socialmaterialcic@gmail.com

All attendees will also recieve a free ticket to the fantastic Samuel Pepy's Exhibition: Plague, Fire, Revolution

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