And always remember by changing ourselves we can change the world.
Summer means making the most of what nature gave you and for some, that means going sans clothing and enjoying the hot sun on your bare skin.
The major players talk freely about good times and bad — art rock, the wayward genius of Judd (including a rare interview), Noel Crombie’s spoon playing and costume design, hard times in England and the punk backlash, the big pop hits after Neil joined, Tim’s solo album, an obsession with paper darts, and the pre-gig ritual of One For One.
As the 60s finished Sam Neill narrates this documentary plotting the career of one of Aotearoa's most successful bands: from formation by Mike Chunn, Phil Judd and Tim Finn at Auckland University in 1971 to their demise in 1984, when Neil Finn walked away.
Convergence has evolved into a co created event, meaning that all attendees are encouraged to participate in the smooth running of the event.
Convergence is an inclusive gathering open to people of all ages, beliefs, and backgrounds.
Videos were a staple but artist interviews also featured and the show staged a number of televised concerts featuring leading local artists.
brought the hits of the day into New Zealand living rooms for three years in a tightly scripted, black and white frenzy of special effects, pop art sets, go-go girls and choreographed musicians while host Pete Sinclair kept the pace cracking with breathless hipster charm.