This Matariki season, the space inside Silo 6 will house an installation of over 300,000 woven stars by Samoan weaver, Maryann Talia Pau. 

One Billion Stars is a global star weaving movement built on community resilience and healing. The woven stars are symbols of courage, hope and working together in solidarity to help end all forms of violence, especially violence against women. Be a part of the journey to weave one billion stars by taking part in the free workshops and public programmes. All ages are welcome. 
Proudly brought to you by the Arts and Culture Programming team at Auckland Council. #VTABS 
Part of Matariki Festival 2021

Key times each day:

Sunday 27 June:
12pm - 4pm 
2pm - 3pm - Artist talk 

Wednesday 30 June and 7 July:
12pm - 5pm

Thursday 1 July and 8 July:
12pm - 7pm

Friday 2 July and Sunday 11 July:
12pm - 5pm

Friday 9 July, Saturday 10 July:
12pm - 7pm

Free parking for your first hour at Jellicoe Street car park. See more here

Kids ride free on public transport on weekends and public holidays. Find out more

Last updated: 18 May 2021