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Art After Hours: F'Rock Da Base

Art After Hours: F'Rock Da Base

When:

  • Thu 28 Mar, 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Where:

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Cnr Kitchener and Wellesley Streets, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $28.62
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Pacific Sisters presents Art After Hours: F'rock da Base a one-night-only takeover of Auckland Art Gallery, for a night packed with Māori and Pasifika music, fashion, spoken word and activism.

Relive the spirit of Auckland in the ‘90s and experience a boundary-crossing late night event that includes a Mega-Freestyle-Frock-Action-Finale with legends past and present.

Featuring:
The Pacific Sisters – meet the Sisters in full costume and get to know members of this collective of Māori and Pacific artists, fashion designer and performers
‘Something Old, Something New’ – enjoy curated performances of spoken word and poetry delivered in cabaret-style by the Pacific Sisters
Live tatau demonstrations – throughout the night, learn more about the Samoan art of tatau (tattooing) as Croc Tatau, Uhi Tapu and Moko Ink give a live demonstration
DJ sets – soak up night-long, rotating sets from DJs DLT, Manuel Bundy and Linda T.
Music – catch live music from four-piece band, Whaea and the Rumble
Aunty Fa’ani and Ro Bro’s DiscoVERY Centre – experience Aunty Fa’ani and Ro Bro’s interactive art installation developed in collaboration with FAFSWAG’s Jermaine Dean.
F’Rocking fashion finale – drink in the drama as over 30 designers F’Rock the Gallery, using its multiple levels as their runway and including garments from the Pacific Sisters’ collection.

Plus:
Food truck and bar – fill up on bespoke, event-inspired food and drink available from the Gallery’s forecourt and atrium bar
Entry to all exhibitions – enjoy late-night, after-hours viewing of Pacific Sisters: He Toa Tāera | Fashion Activists, the just-opened Guerrilla Girls: Reinventing the ‘F’ Word – Feminism! and many more exhibitions of New Zealand and international art.
Pop-up art talks– meet our team of Gallery experts and discover the meaning behind the artwork in these short, lively ‘art bites’

Please be advised that this event may contain adult content.

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