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.
French Charleston with the Roaring Antoinettes. Photo by A Lighted Window https://www.facebook.com/alightedwindow/
Even Mimes need a rest... on a Classic Citroen! Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Olivia Mason from Meadowbank School with her prize and Certificate.
Streamer Cannons launch Bastille Day after the Gendarmes pay their respect to victims of the terror attack in Nice. Photo by A Lighted Window. https://www.facebook.com/alightedwindow/
Paperplus prize packs for the Costume Competition.
Performing pink poodles pick up a police officer!
Intricate origami lantern created by Aston Males Bundock and Harry Wurr from Churchill Park School - a Finalist in the Year 4-6 category.
The team at Banque who made the Fashion Lunch so enjoyable!
Mimes Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Itai Biran hamming it up with Tracey Collins... Photo by Michael Jeong
Opera Factory sing French Opera and highlights from Les Miserables in the Village Green.
Sagar Lonkar of Media Design School demonstrates his interactive motion capture installation to festival go-ers.
New Zealand artist, Misery, painting live in Remuera Gallery.
Kate Mitchell's spinning wheel helped to create her Animal to Mineral exhibition.
Getting ready for the Lion Dance.
Moustaches and berets on mannequins inside Kimberleys. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Allan Dai from Remuera Primary School was Runner-Up in the Lantern Competition.
Pop-Up fashion show model Alex Rean showing new season styles. Photo by Bruce Tetley
Friendly French faces created by Steve Reid adorned street poles. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
People of all ages enjoyed Jacques Foottit's 'Haptic Feedback Glove' where your hand is transformed into a virtual aircraft.