Night In The Garden Presents "Curated Nights" | 30 June 2017 #NITGCuratedNights17

On the 30th of June 2017 at OPEN in Maboneng, Night In The Garden will be hosting their first intimate and collaborative edition to their NITG family called, Curated Nights. The addition of their newest exhibition to the NITG Stable, Curated Nights will be all about bringing two creative forces, one from the fashion industry and the other from the visual arts industry together to collaborate alongside Night In The Garden. This would still be a social exhibition, however it would be a more focused and curated evening, with all creatives involved working together to bring the social exhibition to life. Although the focus will be on how the two creative industries can interpret their vision together a few more creatives will be brought in to amplify the Night In The Garden Experience.

To help launch their first edition of Curated Nights, NITG has collaborated with the loved and respected Uniconz as well as the talented and creative Unkle Bats. Both of these creative forces have been making waves within our street culture and will be working together to bring their vision to life. The evening will also feature exciting elements that will be brought to guests by Lorenzo Plaatjies, Lawrence Symonds and the unique book store RHEST.

Jo-Brizzler will still be their media partner , working alongside Night In The Garden that will always keep to its original blue print of aiming to promote and support Johannesburg’s best up and coming fashion brands and visual artists yet keeping the exhibition refreshing, interactive and creative  space  which allows  the  artists to interact with their followers and network with a potentially new untapped market.

Tickets will be sold at the door for just R70 and for all the latest updates follow them on their social media platforms:  IG: nightinthegarden /  TW: @NITG_Exhibition /  FB:

@NITGexhibition. #NITGCuratedNights17

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