Joins hands with local young artists and asks them to customise a pair of their shoes live at NZFW on Wednesday 25th of August 11am - 2pm in Aotea Square.

Sarah Kaulima is a student at Kakano youth Arts Collective and creates some beautiful Hiapo patterns with Nuiean native birds on top, from her Maori and Nuiean led influences.

Sam Bailey (Ngāti Porou Ki Harataunga, Ngāti Huarere) is known for his social and political practice. Bailey’s process focuses on actualising whanaungatanga (collective consciousness) by marking art as a group. Drawing on a practice centred around people, Bailey’s work aims to cement notions of tika and pono in physical space; to broaden the ways in which their whānau can access and respond to the city.

AHSIN AHSIN is an artist based in Hamilton Aoteroa NZ. Ahsin has exhibited largely throughout New Zealand in the Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Coromandel, Auckland and Melbourne. He has an extensive list of commission work and has participated in international art initiatives including a series in India. His works are vibrant and dynamic, influenced by 1980s-90s sci-fi films and street art with a variety of artistic and pop culture references. His imagination distills into fantastic creatures and sigils, graffiti marks and gestures suspended in hyperspace. He works his neo-pop style across a variety of surfaces that can be seen on the street in mural form and in galleries.


$2 per hour to a max of $12 on weekends and a $12 flat rate for weekday evenings at The Civic car park. Find out more

Last updated: 12 August 2021