Late Night. FESTA 2016
Saturday 22 October, 5–11pm (rain date 23 October)
Vacant sites in and around CoCA and the Christchurch Art Gallery, 49 Worcester Boulevard.
Come into the city to experience a bold, reimagined Christchurch in a collective celebration with thousands of Cantabrians as well as visitors.
Free and open to all, Lean Means is FESTA’s headline event – a spectacular temporary city packed with imaginative installations, performance, markets, food, bars, music, art and more.
Lean Means creatively explores the sustainable ways we could regenerate our city with a night of colour, light and people. In an international collaborations involving Creative Director Jos de Krieger (Superuse Studios) and students from seven leading design and architecture schools from across Australasia, inner city spaces are transformed with imaginative installations fabricated from reused ‘waste’ materials.
This collaboration involves Superuse Studios; Unitec, Department of Architecture; AUT, Spatial Design; Massey University, School of Design at the College of Creative Arts; Ara School of Architectural Studies; University of Technology Sydney, Architecture School; University of South Australia, Art, Architecture and Design; University of Adelaide, School of Architecture and Built Environment.
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Thursday, 10 February
'Toro Whakaara' Closing Party
Friday, 11 February
'Toro Whakaara' Fest: Felt Drawing with Kirsty Lillico
Saturday, 12 February