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Literally Highlighting Stories in Bellevue Park

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Literally Highlighting Stories in Bellevue Park

Celery Productions present
NIGHT TIME STORIES
29-30 August: 6PM-10.30PM

From the producers of the highly anticipated Art in the Dark Light Festival, (www.artinthedark.co.nz) Celery Productions present a night time winter event in Bellevue Reserve, Dominion Road telling stories through light projection.

This free event will have the trees of Bellevue Reserve sharing stories inspired from the history and development of Albert-Eden with the projections on a 30-minute loop from 6pm until 10.30pm on the 29th and 30th of August.

‘Night Time Stories’ organiser, Ella Mizrahi, says “We are really excited to use projection as a medium to tell stories at night in an unusual way and in a new park.”

The event has been created by Celery Productions and supported by the Albert-Eden Local Board and Auckland Council.

The event is an opportunity for the community to come together to engage with Bellevue Reserve and celebrate local history and environment through this visual interpretation.

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NIGHT TIME STORIES takes place
29-30 August, Bellevue Reserve, 160 Dominion Road, Mt Eden
6 pm – 10 30 pm
FREE

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