Join us at Te Ramaroa, a free outdoor festival that celebrates art, technology, community, and the mesmerizing world of light. It’s an event perfect for families and visitors of all ages!
The Suter will extend its opening hours in the evening from 5.30pm to 8.30pm on Friday 30 June, Saturday 1 July and Sunday 2 July.
This is an incredible opportunity for you and your loved ones to explore our current exhibitions, some of which are inspired by the wonder of light. Plus, you’ll have the chance to meet and engage with the talented artists Kāryn Taylor and Larisse Hall, who will be present on both Friday and Saturday evenings to talk about their exhibitions.
Be sure to wander through the adjacent Queen’s Gardens and Albion Square, where you’ll encounter breathtaking light installations that are an integral part of Te Ramaroa’s immersive experience.
We are pleased that Polly and the Minstrel will return to play at The Suter from 6pm – 8pm on Friday and Saturday evenings. Siobhan’s heartfelt vocals, original songwriting, Nate’s sensitive guitar accompaniment, and virtuosic instrumental abilities have endeared them to audiences around the country and abroad.
Delight your taste buds at the Suter Café, where extended evening hours await you on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Indulge in a tempting selection of scrumptious food and refreshing beverages, making your experience at Te Ramaroa a feast for both the senses and your appetite!
For more information, visit the Te Ramaroa website.
JUN 30 AT 5:30 PM – JUL 2 AT 8:30 PM
Te Ramaroa at The Suter
The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū