Archived: Late Night Art

Tuesday 10 October, 5pm - 9pm

Enjoy Late Night Art in the Heart of the City on Tuesday 10 October from 5pm to 9pm. As part of Artweek, galleries will be open late, there will be guided walking and cycling tours and live art events.

Wander from gallery to gallery taking in exhibitions, spend some time drawing, eating and listening to music in Khartoum Place or take someone else’s lead and join a guided walking or cycle tour.  

It’s going to be a biggie, so make sure your diary is free and you’ve got your best art buddies in tow.

Funded by Heart of the City and Auckland Council and delivered in partnership with Artweek Auckland.

Late Night Art Events:

streetARTdego at Te o Hine Khartoum Place

Changing Lanes at various locations

Inky Paste-up Paper Paradise at the Central City Library

Tim Gruchy + SCOUT live at Takutai Square

Poi Magic at Aotea Square

Ice-Encased Flowers at Roma Blooms

For the Love of Bees Artist Residency at The Griffiths Gardens

Mika Haka - Pō | Beautiful Darkness at St Matthew-in-the-City

Artweek by Cycle - Heart of the City Tour

Atomic Forest at Chancery Square

Quick Draw at Chancery Square

Drawing Club at Little High Street

Urban Art Village at Saint Patricks Square

KINALights at Freyberg Square

He aha e tangi te kainga rite? / What sounds like home? at Ellen Melville Centre

LIT! at Bledisloe Lane

Street Wisdom at Central City Library

re:trace at Wynyard Quarter

Joshua Solomon at Betty Wark Room, Ellen Melville Centre


Late Night Art Exhibitions:

Black Matters II at Gow Langsford 

Shifting Ground at Silo 6

Whenua at Kura Gallery

4by6 Studio Exhibition at Sunday School Union Building

Open Studio at Sunday School Union Building

Alumni Update at Fingers Contemporary Jewellery

​The Corsini Collection at Auckland Art Gallery

Seventeen days of Rykenberg at Central City Library

stuck in the maze // from housed to homeless at Central City Library

Celebrating the Centenary of the University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning at Gus Fisher Gallery

Tastes like honey at Gus Fisher Gallery

Estate at Trish Clark Gallery

re:trace at Wynyard Quarter

Funded by Auckland Council and Heart of the City and delivered in partnership with Artweek Auckland.


Contact details

Various locations, Auckland CBD