Head along to the Basement Whare where a celebration of the history of Te Waihorotiu for Artweek's Late Night programme will be taking place. Curators Jaimie Waititi and Elyssia Wilson Heti offer you a line-up of Māori performance art, korero, music, kai, activation and intervention, beginning with a retracing of the path of Te Waihorotiu.
Beginning with a walking tour down the Waihorotiu, participants will retrace the flow of the buried stream, ending the walk at Basement Theatre for a moment to recentre and reground with an offering of kai. From there, participants are invited inside to our upstairs Studio space for a screening of short films with a talanoa about the films chosen. Lastly, a live mashup of music and performance art accompanies your wind down from the experience and sends you back into the Late Night.
This is a free event but room is limited to 65 people only.
Supported by Auckland Council
Part of Artweek in the city centre