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Festival Late Night Session

Thursday 6 March from 5pm -10.30pm

FESTIVAL LATE NIGHT SESSION

5.30pm and 8.30pm Free exhibition tours

Share insights about the current exhibitions in these informal curator-led walk 'n' talks.

6pm, City Gallery Cinema Tales of Venice: Aniwaniwa- te hokinga mai/the return home

Artists Brett Graham and Rachael Rakena share the korero/stories and images of their journey to exhibit Aniwaniwa as part of the prestigious Collateral Events section of the 52nd Venice Biennale, 2007.

Plus musical acts and djs all night long - an audio and visual treat...featuring Ginger Brown a raw duo drawing from an array of varied styles including 60's psychedelia fused with 50's rock'n'roll, modern rock, dixie and carnival. ...

Next week:

EXHIBITION TOURS

Join Heather Galbraith and Abby Cunnane for some special Festival tours of AES+F: Last Riot; Aniwaniwa and Reboot: The Jim Barr and Mary Barr Collection.

Mon 10 Mar 12:15pm

Weds 12 Mar 12:15pm

ARTIST'S TALK

Friday 14 March, 12.30 pm

Join artist Victor Berezovsky for a look at his Michael Hirschfeld Gallery exhibition 'Grotto: wall works by Victor Berezovsky. Victor will be joined in conversation by the exhibition's Curator, Abby Cunane.

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