Saturday, 12 March
For WHITE NIGHT 2016, Audio Foundation will join over 100 other institutions in keeping its doors open late into the night!
° From 8.00pm in the AF Venue we have SOUND PAINTING 2 for your listening pleasure – performances from JULIEN DYNE, CLEVER CALVIN, TERRACOTTA CAT, and LAPIS & CHRISTOPH.
° Gerard Crewdson’s Exhibition ‘Lost Worlds: Works on Paper and Sound Pieces’ in the AF Gallery will be open and available for viewing until 11.00pm!
Please join us for what is sure to be an enjoyable evening of events!
WHITE NIGHT is a city-wide night of the arts and was held in New Zealand for the first time in 2011 as part of the Auckland Arts Festival, then again in 2013 and 2015. After originating in Europe, it has spread to cities around the globe, including Cairo, Berlin, Barcelona, Melbourne, to name but a few. The name ‘White Night’ derives from the Parisian event nuit blanche (literally, night white; figuratively, a sleepless night, referring to the fact some venues in the international versions of this event stay open all night!).
Koha entry for the sound performances.