Platina Street Art Group, Remuera, will be holding a group are exhibition and sale of their latest art works at 369 Remuera Road for Bastille Day in Remuera this year.
Join the Art Group at their opening on Friday evening, July 13th from 6pm - 8.30pm for wine and nibbles, or drop in over the weekend,
Come and see some of Remuera's great local art talent!
Grab your diary and quickly lock down the date Saturday 14th July.
Bastille Day in Remuera is proving to be in popular demand again, therefore, we are putting on another fantastic show for you.
Capoeira performed by the Brazilian Training Academy.
Mimes Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Itai Biran hamming it up with Tracey Collins... Photo by Michael Jeong
Fashion Show MC and French Fashionista! Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Lantern Finalist Rory Cohen, Remuera Primary School. Displayed in Browns Clothing, 411 Remuera Road.
The Dance of the Golden Peacock, performed by Remuera Primary School dancers Elena Meng and Sophia Tsang.
Busy footpaths and French street decorations created by Steve Reid. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
French mimes in Remuera.
Santa in his Grotto in the Village Green.
Classic Citroen cavalcade approaching along Remuera Road.
Jacques Coustea called into the Library for a photo with the Reef.
Inside Remuera Library, spectators watched Weilun Ha create a beautiful calligraphy artwork
Mia Straka's 'Talisman'.
Santa was the star... spinning vinyl and playing air guitar.
Classic Citroens and models arrive for the Fashion Show. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Pop-Up fashion parades drew the crowds with Scott and Manon on the red carpet... Photo by Kevin Munro
First place in the Year 1-3 Category was a Rooster Lantern created by Mary Meredith from Meadowbank School.
An entrancing performance by Boa Lin from the Remuera Music Academy on the Yang Qin, a Chinese hammered dulcimer.
While it rained outside, French Charleston dancers performed inside Browns Cafe with live music by Twistin' the Swing. Photo by Michael Jeong
'Freaks' by Kristen Perrett.
Overhead lanterns created by children from School Holiday Programmes.