Street Performances on Thursdays, 16, 24 and 30 JuneNew Lynn Transport Interchange, McCrae Way, Totara Ave and the New Lynn Night Market Getting on or off public transport in New Lynn is going to be more fun on Thursday nights in June. You might receive a live sound tracks to your commute, encounter a human […]
SMILE was a project developed by Sisterhood NZ in collaboration with youth in Kelston. Created for Youth Week 2015, SMILE consisted of a flash mob dance and an invitation to smile and celebrate youth as our future. The flash mob visited night markets around Auckland and even popped up in a petrol station. Alongside the
The Avondale Market Project, presented by Whau the People will realize new interdisciplinary art projects each week at the iconic Avondale Markets between 19 April and 31 May 2015. The first week will have Jody Yawa McMillan’s portable photo studio project, a sculpture / barter exhibition by Sam Morrison and Mask making with Bronwyn Bent.
Frances Hansen’s Salute to the Stream is a celebration of Oakley Creek, the stream that runs along the eastern border of the Whau local area. You will be able to see Frances’ works in the Avondale Shoes gallery through April, and learn how to make odes to your local stream at the EcoWest Festival’s Eco
Sue Clark from Art at Work set up an interactive art space for the local community at the New Lynn Night Markets. Taking place every Thursday over four weeks (March 12 – April 2) the art space gave visitors to the market the opportunity to collaborate with the artist to design and make colourful painted
As part of the Chinese New Year Festival, Xin Cheng, Mongoose Chen and Chris Berthelsen presented a market stall asking festival goers to share their home remedies. They collected stories of the things people made to remedy things around their houses. The project was part of “Makeshift” a series of events during March and April