Visual Art

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Visual arts class that explores culture and identity in a fun and creative environment with a public exhibition at the end.

  • Tue, 24 Oct at 3:30PM
  • Free
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About

Fresh from his adventures through Latin America, Gary Silipa is back to teach and inspire our youth through art in a workshop that explores culture and identity through patterns and colour in new ways.

Throughout the course, students will be working towards presenting their artworks in a public exhibition at the end through the support of the Creative Communities Scheme.

Gary Silipa

Gary Silipa is a visual artist from Auckland, born and raised in Tāmaki.

He is a member of TMD and identifies with being a Post-Graffiti Pacific artist where he’s spent the last few years investigating his art practice outside of graffiti.

Gary keeps busy teaching and making art, and running the first art gallery in Tāmaki which he founded in 2015 – The Good, The Bad.

Website: thegoodthebad.co, thegoodthebad.gallery
Instagram: @tgtb
Facebook: thegoodthebadgallery

Gary Silipa

Gary Silipa

Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board