Tickets are now available for MAS Talks 2021. This year we have Sir Ian Taylor, one of Aotearoa's foremost technology innovators headlining our centennial occasion. He'll be joined by Michèle A’Court, our MC for the event.

The event is free for Members to attend, and this year is an opportunity to celebrate 100 years of MAS with us. You're invited to join us afterwards for a birthday drink and birthday cake. Tickets are limited to four per Member. You can reserve your tickets on the links below. 


Live Events

All events run 5pm to 8pm. Formalities start 6pm. 

Auckland

Sunday 10th October,
Aotea Centre, Auckland. 

Register for Auckland here.

Christchurch

Wednesday 13th October,
James Hay Theatre, Christchurch.

Register for Christchurch here.

Wellington

Saturday 16th October,
Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington.

Register for Wellington here.

Dunedin

Sunday 17th October,
Dunedin Town Hall Dunedin. 

Register for Dunedin here.


Live Stream Events

Saturday 16th October, 5pm - 8pm.

In celebration of our Centenary this year, we are also hosting four live streamed sessions across the country on Saturday 16th October. These events will be hosted by our local advisers. Food, drinks and cake will be served. 

Hamilton

Register for Hamilton here.

Napier

Register for Napier here.

New Plymouth

Register for New Plymouth here.

Nelson

Register for Nelson here.


Event Details

5pm: Doors open, mingling and refreshments

6pm: An evening with Sir Ian Taylor

6:50pm: Q & A

7pm: Birthday cake cutting

7.10pm: Birthday cake, dessert and refreshments. Meet Sir Ian Taylor and Michèle (live events only)

8pm: Event closes. 


Read more about Sir Ian Taylor in our July issue of OnMAS here


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