An 'Urban Art Village' of six creative and interactive structures on a closed O’Connell Street in the High Street District for Late Night Art in the City Centre.
Late Night Art kicks off at 5pm and will be on in all-weather, although the rain is set to clear from 4pm. Bring a brolly just in case, and join in on the fun!
From food festivals to art markets, street performances, live tattoo activation and free portraits, there's so much to see, do and enjoy this Late Night Art! We've done the planning for you so all you need to do is turn up and enjoy.
Choose this order to journey through and around, or just add these things to your list to cross off by the end of the night!
All the Late Night Art experiences are also plotted on our interactive map here for your convenience (simply click the Experience tab at the top, to find Late Night Art), then zoom in and out to see where everything is going down. And to download our Late Night Art map, click here.
Quick Draw Sketch Gang are a friendly gang of local artists who draw 10-minute portraits on the spot.
Embark on a gallery and exhibition crawl on October 15 during Late Night Art!
Support local artists and peruse at your pleasure at our first ever High St Art Market on a pedestrianised High Street!
Join us at Freyberg Square at Late Night Art to celebrate the incredibly diverse culture that Tāmaki Makaurau is home to!
Head to girl.xu Art Studio during Late Night Art for a studio tour and a badge workshop where you'll learn to make your own badge. There'll also be a movie night and salon talk back in the studio.
Don't miss this multimedia exhibition and live tattoo activation, a collaboration between artists Richard Warnock and Joshua Solomon evolving from their travels as independent artists and many years as co-workers at Auckland’s premiere tattoo studio, Two Hands.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki presents Late Night Art – an evening for everyone to enjoy special access to exhibitions on during Artweek 2019.
Here at Snickel Lane, we love a good spooky Halloween. And what could be better than combining ‘fright’ with ‘flowers’!
StreetArtDego returns to Khartoum Place and Te Hā o Hine Place, bringing together multimedia artists and Auckland's best street food vendors for an interactive micro festival of art and food.
Heart of the City is excited to have partnered with Ola for an exclusive offer during Artweek in the city centre.