about

​Bradley Lane Project is Auckland's longest running street art festival, now in its 9th consecutive year, and has invited 34 artists to paint 42 outdoor murals, with 36 murals currently on display in the Glen Innes Town Centre.

Each year during Artweek Auckland we invite new artists to paint more murals and our annual 3-day festival includes a mixture of live painting, an art exhibition, a youth engagement program, street art tours and workshops, art activities, live music and more.

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history

Bradley Lane is the name of a once ordinary service lane in Glen Innes, Auckland.

 

The idea of a street art festival in Tāmaki was conceived by local artist Gary Silipa. In 2013, with three friends and the support of AUAT, two murals were painted in Bradley Lane with a festive atmosphere over a Spring weekend.

They decided to call it Bradley Lane Project.

In subsequent years Gary continued to organise the event independently until 2017, when a locally led community arts organisation, TGTB Charitable Trust, was given the responsibility to deliver and continue the positive impact Bradley Lane Project has had in the Tāmaki community.

*Hover over the year to see which  artists were invited to participate.

Year

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

artists

Askew One

Benjamin Work

Gary Silipa

Misery

Askew One

Beck Wheeler

Berst

Component

Elliot Francis Stewart

Haser

Misery

Tomtom

Trustme

Andrew J. Steel

Berst

Demi

Dside

Elliot Francis Stewart

Haser

Component

Dside

Elliot Francis Stewart

Fluro

TrustMe

Askew One

Deow

Erin Forsyth

Gary Silipa

Jonny 4Higher

Charles Williams

Gasp

Janine Williams

Race

Vans The Omega

Ares Artifex

Claudine Mailei

Jeremy Shirley

Nigel Roberts

Serval Fandango

Bobby MacDonald

Holly Rocck

Levi Hawken

Rebecca ter Borg

Sean Anoma

Abigail Aroha Jensen

Paul X Walsh

our Team

The Bradley Lane Project team has involved a number of different people over the years, all with an underlying passion and dedication for the positive impact arts has in the community.

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