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Bradley Lane Illuminated

Te Oro joins the White Night event this year. Te Oro and The Good The Bad Gallery opens late and hosts at the nearby Bradley Lane, an Art tour and activations. See Glen Innes come alive.

  • Wed, 18 Mar at 5:30PM
  • Free
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About

A guided walking tour led by local art entrepreneur Gary Silipa, of street art murals in Glen Innes Town Centre, in spaces and places you may not even know exist, starting at Te Oro with a night-time projection.

The event is part of White Night in Tāmaki Makaurau, a unique opportunity within Auckland Arts Festival to bring the city streets alive, for one night only, with a diverse range of arts activities.

In 2016, Glen Innes was part of White Night programme for the first time. Residents and visitors were treated to an illuminated night tour of the Bradley Lane and Stratton Lane murals around the Town Centre.

This year sees a brand new suite of murals, a night time projection, and multiple events happening around the town centre.

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