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White Night at Te Oro - Auckland Arts Festival


Sat 12 Mar 2016, 6:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Te Oro, 98 Line Rd, Glen Innes, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: Te Oro

Te Oro opens late and hosts a free screening of Tongan ArK. Nearby Bradley Lane comes alive with guided tours of graph art with local art.

For White Night Te Oro opens late and hosts a free screening of the film Tongan ArK. Join guided tours of the Graph-art of nearby Bradley Lane with artist Gary Silipa and listen to performances by the local youth choir NKOB.

White Night is a one night art event run across over 100 venues and locations. Galleries and creative spaces are open late and art activity fills the city. White Night is part of the Auckland Arts Festival.

Local gallery ‘The Good The Bad’ will be open
from 10am - 9:30pm

Gary Silipa
Local artist Gary Silipa is a member of the world famous street art crew TMD (The Most Dedicated). Gary's focus is in exploring and experimenting with new ideas and techniques to find where commonalities and differences intersect between his outdoor and indoor art. He has run a mural project called ‘Bradley Lane’ in Glen Innes with local art students from Tamaki College.

Lagi Natua
Lagi Natua is a singer/song writer. Samoan born, raised in Glen Innes.
Her professional career started 2006, when she founded her brother and sister band “The Sitivis”. The group released their first album “Puna o le ola” in 2006 with Nafanua Records (Kila Kokonut Krew & Producer Vela Manusaute). The Sitivis
Lagi now works with husband Jeremiah Natua, at Grace International, strengthening and empowering children & youth through music & song.

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