Enjoy Late Night Art in the Heart of the City on Tuesday 9 October from 5pm to 9pm. As part of Artweek, galleries will be open late, there will be guided walking and cycling tours and live art events.
Wander from gallery to gallery taking in exhibitions, spend some time drawing, eating and listening to music in Khartoum Place or take someone else’s lead and join a guided walking or cycle tour.
It’s going to be a biggie, so make sure your diary is free and you’ve got your best art buddies in tow. Download the Late Night Art map so you can navigate your way around town without missing any of the good bits.
Funded by Heart of the City and Auckland Council and delivered in partnership with Artweek Auckland.
Late Night Art Events:
Art Ache at the Ellen Melville Centre
Changing Lanes at various locations
Quick Draw in Freyberg Square
Urban Art Village at O'Connell Street
Video Killed the Radio Star at the Gus Fisher Gallery
Visible Invisible Primary at the Ellen Melville Centre
Immigrating, Importing, Itinerating Jean Batten Place
Transforming The Body Into Art Chancery Square
Art Lovers Happy Hour Le Chef
Late Night Art Exhibitions:
1 Billion Flowers at The Griffith's Gardens
A Private Collection at 12 Gallery
Clean Slate at Window Gallery
Evanescent Monuments at the Trish Clark Gallery
Fingers Annual Group Show at Fingers Jewellery
Gordon Walters: New Vision at Auckland Art Gallery
Landscapes at Gow Langsford, Lorne Street
Max Patte at Viaduct Harbour
re:trace at Wynyard Quarter
Real Life Floral Filters inside Snickel Lane
Ripples at The Tuesday Club
Stephan Romer at Romer Gallery
Te Paparahi, Toi Māori Art in the City at Pā Rongorongo
Theatre of Life at Auckland Art Gallery
The Laterals at Central City Library
The Poignancy of Absence at Gow Langsford, Kitchener Street
The Walters Prize 2018 at Auckland Art Gallery
Through the Lens at Night Photography Walking Tours at Pā Rongorongo
Traditional Meets Contemporary at Kura Gallery
Wāhine Take Action at Central City Library
Yours Sincerely at Allpress Studio
Funded by Auckland Council and Heart of the City and delivered in partnership with Artweek Auckland.