glen innes. OCT22-FEB23
Here we go again!
This year we celebrate our 10th Bradley Lane Project and we're super excited to announce our new format. Instead of our regular 3-day event our program spans 5-months, with one new mural painted every month from October 'til February, plus an accessible community programme that includes a wide range of events and activities across Summer!
Check out what we've got planned below and make sure to follow our social media to know when it's on.
Whether it's in the physical or digital space, we hope you can join us :)
events and activities
Follow us on social media for more details on the events and activities below.
This year we're painting a new wall every month from October to February and have a super-exciting line-up of artists that you won't want to miss!
Local youth will be helping to add colour to their community via the Young Artist Volunteer Program.
We have an exciting art exhibition planned for February at The Good The Bad Gallery.
We've got plenty of opportunities for our community to get in on the action by participating in art workshops planned across Summer.
Come chill out in Bradley Lane with DJ's playing live music on Sunday afternoons.
Drop in on the pre-recorded korero with our invited BLP22 artists to learn more about them and their art journey.
We will live stream parts of each artist painting new murals so even if you can't make it in person you can still feel like you are.
street art tours
Take a fun and interactive guided tour around the Glen Innes town centre to see all the outdoor murals with Street Artearoa.
2022 INVITED artists
Raised in the Eastern Suburbs of Tāmaki Makaurau, Hoaks is a self-taught graffiti artist inspired by his urban surroundings. His explorations as a youth is where he discovered his love and passion for typography.
Adis is a graffiti artist, born and raised in Glen Innes.
Adis grew up on a diet of comics, anime, video games, and graffiti art. He is a member of the graffiti crew PSW and also hosts fighting game tournaments through Standing Fierce.
Gary is a NZ-born Samoan artist with a varied art practice that includes art education, production, curation, and facilitation. His art seamlessly shifts between the streets and studio.
Chantel Matthews (Ngāti Hounuku, Ngāti Koata, Ngāti Tahinga, Ngāti Ikaunahi, Tainui Awhiro) is a New Zealand Contemporary Artist of Māori and English descent. Her art can be described as sculptural moments inspired by the ‘everyday’ whilst exploring her own subjectivity as a woman, mother, artist and wahine Māori.
Benjamin is a well-established NZ graffiti artist who started painting graffiti in the mid 90’s. In 2013 his art began to explore a different path, swapping an American-inspired artform with artwork that represents his Tongan heritage. Since then, Benjamin has continued to develop his use of Tongan iconography into an exciting arts career that spans the galleries and the streets.
Proudly hailing from the small Eastern Bay of Plenty community of Kawerau, Owen has painted large-scale portraits of iconic figures in society and from within local communities on the streets of New Zealand, New York, and Los Angeles.
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