In case you missed it, board games are cool again, so because Simon Denny’s board game inspired exhibition The Founder’s Paradox is currently on we are going to spend an afternoon playing some of the best board games on offer. Bring your game face.
NOTE: extended run time, event now beginng at 10:30am to allow for some great D&D campaigns!
Brought to you in collaboration with SAGA, board games will be taking over the Gallery Foyer on the 31st of March! Groups will be able to book to play board games like Catan, 7 Wonders, Pandemic, Ticket to Ride, while other games will be free for you to have a go at all afternoon long like Love Letter, Coup, Code Names. You are also welcome to bring your own games too!
There will even be some D & D campaigns run by SAGA. This is a great opportunity to have a go if you have always wondered what D & D is about!
We also will be running a cash bar with an incredible food truck on site!
Please email email@example.com to book one of the following games for an hour or to register your interest in being a part of a D & D campaign. Please say what time you would like the game from and the number of people in your group:
-Ticket to Ride US
-Ticket to Ride Europe
(note we have multiple copies of some games)
Simon Denny: The Founder's Paradox
The Founder’s Paradox uses gaming to reflect on competing political visions for New Zealand’s future.
In November 2017, Simon Denny’s The Founder’s Paradox opened at Michael Lett Gallery in Auckland, the first solo exhibition Denny had made specifically for New Zealand audiences in several years. His starting point for the project was local: the news, broken by New Zealand Herald journalist Matt Nippert in early 2017, that the billionaire tech investor and Donald Trump supporter Peter Thiel was in fact a New Zealand citizen.
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