In 2015, Te Toi Uku Crown Lynn and Clayworks Museum opened in New Lynn to showcase west Auckland's ceramics history.
The 18th Auckland International Cultural Festival is on Sunday 2 April. Event Organiser Cara Cantwell and Albert-Eden-Roskill Councillor Cathy Casey tell us what to expect and share some tips for the day.
Panuku Development Auckland is encouraging photographers to apply now to participate in an exhibition reflecting on the city we all know and love – Tāmaki Makaurau.
12 Feb - 25 May
Come and enjoy stories from the heart of Henderson.
Here are 13 ideas for fun things to do in Auckland that (mostly) don't involve being outside in the rain.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) has signed a long-term lease on the site developed for upcoming sci-fi movie Meg, and will initially operate the studio complex.
02 Mar - 30 Apr
A new exhibition taking a look at deforestation and habitat loss through intricately painted wildlife and reclaimed timber.
Creative champions and technology have come together in an initiative called Makerhood, helping people rediscover the art of making and encouraging people to tinker, fix and make stuff rather than consume it.
Mairangi Bay Arts Centre has appointed a new manager, Angela Suh, as the gallery takes steps towards a new strategic plan to help it keep serving the changing community.
A new exhibition at Te Uru Waitakere that combines art, technology and science is creating an enthralling educational journey to teach children about climate change.